Goodman Community Center | 50+ Presentation: Caregiving for Self and…

Older Adults

50+ Presentation: Caregiving for Self and Others

Presentation by Jody Curley, M.A., on the challenges of being a caring, giving and THRIVING human being.

Sep 21, 2022


It is estimated that, at any given time, one in four American's is actively caregiving for someone. That estimate is likely to be conservative depending upon how one defines caregiving. Yet, it is really hard to give what one does not have to give - caregiving to and for oneself is just as important as another person. Please join Jody Curley in a conversation about the challenges of being a caring, giving, and THRIVING human being.

Jody Curley, M.A., is a Madison native who worked in geriatric care for fifty years, becoming a dementia care specialist and Alzheimer's and dementia care educator. She has also been a Tai Chi and Chi Kung teacher for over three decades and continues to offer classes regularly via Zoom. Her students range in age from their 30s to their 90s! Sponsored by GCC, Monona Senior Center, Madison Senior Center & NewBridge.

To register contact Gayle (info below).

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Gayle Laszewski

Assistant Director of Older Adult Program
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