Local health and human service organizations and community members involved in family caregiving are invited to attend a special workshop on March 5 designed to help you better understand the caregiving experience and to build community awareness and support.

Mapping Ourselves will introduce participants to several tools that will help you gain a better understanding of how you give and receive care, how caregiving impacts your life, and how communities can work together to better support caregivers. Each tool is designed to help you observe, visualize, and analyze different aspects of your wellbeing and community.

Mapping Ourselves
March 5 | 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
NC RESA Educational Service Center (4747 W 48th Street, Fremont)

The workshop is free and includes lunch, but space is limited. RSVP today

This workshop is part of the We All Care initiative presented by the Elderly Needs Fund at the Community Foundation, the Michigan Health Endowment, Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, and Atlas of Caregiving, a California-based nonprofit dedicated to researching and promoting a greater understanding of caregiving. Similar workshops are also being held in Ann Arbor, Detroit, and Lansing.