Local caregivers can find support, advice, and caregiving tips in the Caregiver Champions Program, a free program sponsored by the Jewish Healthcare Foundation.

The Caregiver Champions Program consists of a series of six, two-hour sessions, called Learning Circles, that provide informal learning in a casual setting. Each Learning Circle will feature a topic expert who can provide useful advice and tips on topics that include caregiver burnout, communication skills, accessing local resources, and legal issues.

To learn more, or to suggest a Learning Circle location, visit www.caregiverchampions.org.

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