SAVE THE DATE: the next virtual “baby shower” will be held November 7-11, 2022.
Caregiving: the Personal Price, Challenges and Rewards
From Aetna Resources for Living: Join this webinar to learn more about how to manage your caregiving role to achieve better balance and maintain your wellbeing. Learn about the stresses of caring for another person; the benefits caregivers can get from their task; and how and why caregivers need care too!
Tuesday, June 28th @ 3pm
The Kids Are NOT Alright
From Care.com: When schools finally reopened, there was a presumed return to normalcy, to things being OK. But our kids are not OK. Especially our teens. They’ve experienced trauma that’s continuing to impact them and as their parents, you’ve been witnessing this first-hand. Social anxiety, depression, isolation, mood swings…or perhaps your kid seems too OK for everything they’ve experienced. You’re not alone and there are steps you can take to spot the signs, talk to your kids and get them support. Join Jennifer L. Hartstein, PsyD, a nationally known child, adolescent and family psychologist for this webinar. Parents of teens and college kids, this webinar is specifically for you.
Tuesday, July 12th @ 12pm
Finding Child Care using Worklife benefits
An introduction to the current state of child care, and an overview of the resources and benefits available to help you find child care that fits your needs. Eligibility for these benefits varies based on your affiliation with the University or Health System and is covered. The content of this session includes something for part-time and full-time faculty, staff, and students. Recorded Mar 1, 2022
Watch the recording. Access Passcode: 3GkN@*PS
RESOURCES AND EVENTS FOR CAREGIVERS
Connect with other caregivers, learn new skills and receive updates on timely topics from experts to help you care for yourself and older adult loved ones through the Called to Care program at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.
See the schedule and register.
Visit the Families and Caregiving webpage.