Find Your Silver Lining: Strategies for Caregiver Burnout
RSVP Here At Kensington Senior Living, our promise is to love and care for your family as we do
At Kensington Senior Living, our promise is to love and care for your family as we do our own. We are committed to improving the quality of life for seniors as well as the caregivers who love them.
We understand firsthand that caregivers often feel stressed and exhausted as they shift their focus to their loved one’s needs and their changing relationship. These inevitable emotions can overshadow the deep interactions and life-affirming rewards that come with caring for our loved ones.
Please join us for this Ask the Expert virtual discussion with Huntington Hospital. During this presentation, our experts will offer practical strategies on how to find the silver lining while caregiving; and soothe the strain of Caregiver Burnout.
RSVP for our upcoming event and find the solutions you need to take care of yourself, while also taking care of others.
Kristen Tachiki is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) for the department Senior Care Network for Huntington Health Hospital in Pasadena, CA. Kristen is passionate about facilitating support groups that foster safety and education. She believes that the group process sis essential to the healing process. Kristen has worked for Senior Care Network for over 10 years and can facilitate both the Alzheimer’s Association Memory Club and the Powerful Tools for Caregivers support/educational groups. Kristen received her BA from Whittier College and her Master of Social Work for the California State University of Los Angeles.
Ralph Pascual, Gerontologist, has been with Los Angeles County APS for 22 years, eight years as a Field Social Worker. He leads the LA County APS Training Program that won a 2022 National Association of Counties (NaCO) Achievement Award and a 2022 Los Angeles County Productivity and Quality (P&Q) Award. Ralph is also an Adjunct Faculty at Pacific Oaks College School of Human Development and Education in Pasadena. Ralph holds a Ph.D. in Gerontology.
Holly Edge-Booth, Ph.D. is a Clinical Neuropsychologist with specialized training in the science of brain behavior relationships in adolescent, adult and geriatric populations. Dr. Edge-Booth received integrated education and training in clinical neuropsychology that focuses on how disease, injuries, and disorders of the central nervous system or brain affect thinking, emotions and behaviors.
Vicky Voll, a Caregiver, who attended Kirsten Tachiki’s programs for Powerful Tools and the Memory Club with her husband, Dick. and I both participated in the Memory Club. She found both to be very useful and rewarding in dealing with the daily challenges of Dick’s decline into dementia.