Neighbors Who Care is hosting a complimentary Winter Speaker Series. To register, visit neighborswhocare.com, Eventbrite.com, or call Neighbors Who Care at 480-895-7133.
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Neighbors Who Care is hosting three speaker sessions in March at noon, on Zoom, featuring our community partners. Zoom credentials will be emailed to attendees following registration.
Three March Sessions:
March 4—What Is Memory Café, and Is It Right for Us?
Judy Banyai, caregiver, and Wayne Mangold, Sun Lakes Memory Café founder
March 11—The Power of Respite Care for Caregivers and Care-Receivers
Rose Saunders, The Perfect Place Executive Director
Neighbors Who Care is bringing these topics and esteemed speakers to the community, free of charge. Each session will be offered from noon to 1 p.m. on Thursdays, and each also will be recorded and posted on our Facebook Page. “Like” us for community updates and information at www.facebook.com/volunteerchandler.
“Neighbors Who Care always wants to be a good neighbor, and in these times, we’re limited. That’s why we are working with a few community partners to share useful, vital information,” Sheryl Keeme, executive director, said. “There is not much we can do about changing the current situation, but we can make good use of down time to prepare, learn, and make possible adjustments.”
About the organization: Neighbors Who Care is a nonprofit organization founded in 1994. Its mission is to assist the homebound, disabled, and/or frail elderly in the communities of Sun Lakes and South Chandler, which have the third highest population of elderly adults statewide but lack sufficient wraparound human services programs to address the population’s needs, according to the 2010 U.S. Census. Its operational goal is to recruit, train, and manage community volunteers to provide quality, non-medical assistive services to enrolled clients via a “neighbor helping neighbor” approach, which has helped our clients, on average, remain in their homes for an additional four years.