Timesavers Caregiving and Concierge was founded in 2010 with the mission of helping families care for aging loved ones. If you have ever experienced this as a caregiver, you know there is a lot to navigate.

Preparing legal documents, navigating the healthcare system, and most importantly ensuring your loved one experiences continued quality of life can feel like a juggling act. Whether you are starting to prepare or it is your current situation, the folks at Timesavers are hosting their Spring 2024 Pro-Active Aging Series of events at the Daviess County Public Library.

Caring For Aging Loved Ones

Covering topics like fall prevention, medical care options, and coping with loss, these free educational sessions are for older adults and their family members to encourage conversations that may not be easy but are vital to being prepared for all seasons of life.

Here are the sessions scheduled for the month of April:

Stay Strong: Stability for Seniors

April 15th at 2 PM and April 17th at 2 PM join Jan Young, a certified fitness instructor, to learn about the importance of strength conditioning. Also offered in this session is a free balance assessment by licensed physical therapists.

Your Healthcare Wishes for the Future

April 18th at 4 PM join Dr. Tamberly McCoy to discuss documents everyone should have prepared in the event that one can no longer communicate medical wishes.

Optimal Health for Older Adults

April 22nd at 2 PM join Dr. Andrew Collins who specializes in health care specifically for older and aging adults. This conversation will focus on common chronic conditions and how to manage them for independence and quality of life.

Living With Love, Coping WIth Loss

April 25th at 2 PM Adam Bridgman with Hospice of Western Kentucky will lead a discussion on grief and how to deal with the hardships of caregiving especially for those caring for loved ones with dementia.

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Once again, these classes are all going to be held at the Daviess County Public Library at 2020 Frederica St. in Owensboro on the 2nd floor. If you have any questions, call Timesavers Caregiving and Concierge at 270-702-7887 or email tina@mytimesaversky.com


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