Hospice of St. Francis offers a free national training program to help all family caregivers – past, present or future. Caregiving at Life’s End is a series of six-90 minute sessions that equip caregivers to cope with change, loss and life transitions.
Barbara Borman, RN, was selected through a nationwide process to serve as a Caregiving at Life’s End educator. Ms. Borman works with caregivers on compassionate communication, the spiritual aspects of caregiving, end-of-life care, and making important decisions.
“Caregivers need more education, support and services, and we’re working with the community to help meet that need,” says Bruce Wolters, Hospice of St. Francis president and chief executive officer. “We help people give a great gift, providing care and support for a friend or family member in the last years of life.”
Caregiving at Life’s End and the Caregiver Education and Resource Program are free and open to all caregivers in Brevard County. Please contact Ms. Borman to learn more about these important educational tools. She can be reached at 321.269.4240 x330 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Training classes are announced on our News web page.