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Stress Management and Self-Care Strategies for Caregivers in the Midst of a Pandemic- AARP CO Webinar

Start Date:6/1/2020

Start Time:10:00 AM MDT

Duration:60 minutes


High levels of stress, increased isolation, and the balance of celebration and loss are all things many caregivers experience. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we all are navigating these emotions and experiences in new ways. Finding ways to manage stress and practice self care is always important, and even more so now. Join us to learn quick, practical strategies for reducing stress in your life and adding moments of self care at home.

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Meghan Baskett Kluth

Meghan Baskett Kluth is passionate about supporting families facing the challenges of caregiving. Since 2013, Meghan has led the Colorado Respite Coalition, a program of Easterseals Colorado, which focuses on building supports and resources for caregivers and their families across the state. Meghan came to Easterseals Colorado after being diagnosed with a chronic disease herself, and seeing its impact first hand. Meghan has worked in the nonprofit sector for ten years and is committed to developing programs that promote collaboration to solve community problems. Meghan has a BA in Theatre and Organizational Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs.

Kathryn Sims

Kathryn Sims joined the Colorado Respite Coalition in 2019 after seeing the the need and benefits of respite within the parents and caregivers of students she taught as an Elementary Special Education Teacher with DPS. The shift from focus on the caregiver's loved one, or care recipient, to the caregiver has been substantially eye opening. Kathryn has enjoyed being able to help caregivers find ways of getting much deserved and needed respite in order to live a more whole and balanced life, with the positive ripple effects casting out to their loved ones as well. Kathryn graduated from Metropolitan State University in 2017 with a degree in Special Education.

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