Caregivers Morning Out: Letting Go

February 12, 2018
MANITOWOC, WI - Sue Quirt, R.N., of Laurel Grove Assisted Living will address end of life and Alzheimer’s on Wednesday , February 21, at 9:30 a.m. Using the Teepa Snow approach, “End of Life & Letting Go, helps families to give comfort, communicate when there are no words, and support those in their care. The program is part of a series that explores coping with the stages of dementia and Alzheimer’s.

Laurel Grove's programs are free of charge and include a time for conversation and refreshments. Held in the new Laurel Grove Assisted Living building, 1235 South 24th Street, Caregiver’s Morning Out is a time to learn, share, and enjoy a little time away for those who in their care. “We understand how stressful being a caregiver can be, and we want to provide a little breathing space,” noted Todd Meerdink, CEO of Shady Lane, Inc., “It is part of our mission to add as much knowledge and support to our Manitowoc County Community as possible.”

Established in 1951, Shady Lane is Manitowoc’’s only non-profit, citizen-directed care center. Laurel Grove opened a new building with two eighteen-unit assisted living neighborhoods. In addition to Laurel Grove Assisted Living, Shady Lane has two other units. Rehab at Shady Lane is a separate unit designed exclusively for short-term rehabilitation with appropriate therapies. Shady Lane Nursing Care Center, which provides skilled care, offers only private rooms and suites at competitive prices.
For additional information, contact: Theresa Patrick, 920-682-8254.
Contact:
Theresa Patrick, Director of Community Relations
tpatrick@shadylaneinc.com, (920) 769-0346