Program focuses on needs of the “sandwich generation” – April 2

The second program in a three-part series related to the “sandwich generation” will be offered April 2, from 9 a.m. until noon. This event, co-sponsored by the Office of Equity and Diversity and the Office of Human Resource Development, is free and will be held at 21 North Park Street,  room 1106-1108. The presenter is June Partoll, a registered nurse certified in gerontology, licensed social worker, nursing home administrator and  faculty member at M.A.T.C. She has worked in the field of care-giving for more than 25 years, and through her professional responsibilities and private consulting firm, she has been able to help individuals find the answers to many complex questions.

From the program description: “How do you deal with your feelings and emotions? Are you an enabler, rescuer, caregiver, martyr, or stressor? What are your coping mechanisms, recognition of origins, bearing the brunt, resolutions? How do you plan ahead and face each day? … Please join us to explore approaches and strategies to address needs; ease the burden of meeting these responsibilities and answer questions.”

Visit the following web link to register: