Interface Community Dialogue: Baby Boomers – Caring for Our ParentsDecember 18th, 2002Katherine CampbellCommunity Resource Specialist, City of Boulder, Senior ServicesMarsha McClanahan, M.S., M.A., R.P.T.Geriatric Care Manager at Compassionate Care, Inc.Host: Barry Erdman
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About the Presentation
Many Baby Boomer Interface members have reached the age where we are trying to figure out how best to meet the needs of our elderly parents. Some of us are facing the challenge of caring for parents who live nearby while others must learn how to assist parents who live outside of Colorado. Others must balance child care and other family responsibilities with elder care responsibilities. What have we learned that can assist others? What resources have been helpful? How can we support each other? Our invited facilitators we lead us through small group discussions as well as enlighten us about relevant Boulder County resources.
About the Presenters
Katherine Campbell, 25 years in the field of gerontology, adjunct professor at Naropa University teaching contemplative approaches to aging, 20 years elder care consulation and referral service with the city of Boulder and has done many presentations on aging and caregiving issues. Her spiritual practice is Tibetan Buddhism and Shambhala.
Marsha McClanahan, MS, MA, RPT, Geriatric Care Manager at Compassionate Care, Inc. Founding Project Director for Spiritual Eldering Institute’s Faith in Action Caregiver Training Program. Worked as physical therapist with Boulder Community Hospital Home Care Department for 10 years.
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