Winnipeg Company Sponsors Conference For Caring For A Loved One With Dementia

Partners for Home, Manitoba’s premier home care services Partner, is proud to announce that they were the keynote sponsor for the 2019 Care 4 U event.

Winnipeg, Canada - November 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Winnipeg Home Care Services Company Sponsors Conference For Family And Friends Caring For A Loved One With Dementia

Winnipeg Canada – Partners for Home, Manitoba’s premier home care services Partner, is proud to announce that they were the keynote sponsor for the 2019 Care 4 U event, which took place on Saturday, October 26th at the Canadian Mennonite University, Winnipeg.

The event was designed as a day of learning, reflection, and connection, with the hope of helping family and friends learn about and deal with the complexities of dementia. In many ways, it is the friends and relatives of a patient are most in need of the support and help of professionals as they struggle to come to terms with the dramatic changes that dementia can inflict on a person they know and love.

The opening talk focused on exploring ‘The Role of Self-Compassion’, while the closing presentation was entitled ‘Is It Too Serious to be Serious?’

“As a company, our staff regularly witness the emotional and physical stress that looking after a loved one can take on their family and friends,” said Scott Carson of Partners For Home. “All too often, the focus of treatment, as it should be, is targeted at the patient, but careers have needs as well. When we were asked to be a part of this conference, and sponsor the keynote, we had absolutely no hesitation. The event was a huge success, with lots of learning, support, and networking opportunities. We are already in discussions about potentially being involved again in the future, as we think this type of project is important and worthy of our support.”

Partners For Home is a locally owned and operated home care services company based in Winnipeg. At Partners for Home, their Mission is to provide flexible, high-quality services enabling Clients to maintain dignity, independence, preference, and privacy all within the security of their own home. In Partners for Home, it is the client’s needs that come first. For more information about the company, and the range of services that they provide, visit their website at https://www.partnersforhome.ca

Contact Info:
Name: Scott Carson
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Organization: Partners for Home
Address: 200-1460 Chevrier Blvd, Winnipeg, MB R3T 1Y6, Canada
Phone: +1-204-295-7174
Website: https://www.partnersforhome.ca/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88934307

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