Care Services Navigation and Care Skills Development Program for Informal Caregivers of Seniors and Seniors Aging in Place in New Brunswick

Published: July 11, 2022 @ 11:00 a.m.

On behalf of NBCC 

Are you supporting a senior who is aging at home? Many informal caregivers (family and friends) feel anxious and unprepared to care for a senior who is aging at home. Let us support you and help you to successfully navigate services to help your loved one to age in place.

12-hour workshops (delivered over four, 3 to 4 hour sessions) are being offered from August, 2022 to January, 2023, teaching you practical skills for accessing, navigating, and organizing care and services for your loved ones.

As part of a research study, you may be eligible to participate in a workshop that will be held in your local community center or long-term care facility.

These FREE workshops are organized by Licensed Practical Nurses from the New Brunswick Community College, to help you learn what you need in a safe, supported, and comfortable group atmosphere.

For complete details on the workshops in Grand Bay-Westfield from August 2-5, 2022, including how to register, visit here.