Online

The Sandwich Generation Caregiver: Support for those caring for both older and younger generations

Instructor: Mary Doane

Location:
Dates and Times:
April 20, 2022 (12:15-1:00pm PT)
Price:
Donation-based
Register

Improvements in medicine and increasing life expectancy, combined with the pressure and uncertainties of an ongoing pandemic, make it even more common for family caregivers to find they are Sandwich Generation Caregivers – caring for an elderly parent or relative, while also raising and caring for children of any age. This can be rewarding, challenging, and exhausting – an experience brimming with strong emotions.

In this free 45-minute session, Mary Doane will provide approaches and practices to support you when you are in this situation. Drawing from her own experience as a Sandwich Generation Caregiver, Mary shares how the use of mindfulness, compassion, and clear boundaries can shift how you feel about your role, how you act within it and how you care for yourself in addition to others.

Who is the forum for?   
The forum is open to everyone. No meditation experience is required. To register, click on the orange button on the right.

When?   
Wednesday, April 20, 2022 at 12:15 – 1:00 pm (Pacific Time/Western US)

Where?  
The forum will be conducted through Zoom. Log-in information will be sent to participants by email prior to the session. (The Register button is on the right-hand side of this page)

*Please note: 
Registration will close 2.5 hours before the session begins.
This session will be recorded.

We will be using the Zoom web conferencing platform to run the forum. Due to security updates, you will be required to download their latest version of the platform. Click here to download the Zoom Client for Meetings version 5 or higher. You will also find other updates to their platform for your cellphone and iPad. Please test out Zoom on your device before the session to ensure proper video and audio settings. For instructions, watch Zoom’s instructional video and then join a test meeting to confirm your computer settings. Be sure to speak into your build-in microphone or external headset to check the audio level.


Share :