Whether they are family members, nurses, hospice workers, therapists, home health aides, or in another helping profession, caregivers are compassionate, purpose-driven individuals who feel a deep connection to what they do and who they serve.
But stress, heartbreak, and fatigue are all part of the caregiver’s job description. Even for those with the best intentions, the possibility of burnout is ever-present. That’s why it’s so important for caregivers to take care of themselves, so that they can continue to carry out their compassionate work for others.
The Caregivers Retreat is a place for rest, relaxation and rejuvenation in a peaceful setting with people who understand the privilege and pain of caring for others.
If you or someone you know needs some time and space to be refreshed, join us!
Listen in as Sandy Cove President Stephen J. Weaver talks to Caregivers Retreat host Andrea Hampton and co-facilitators Bob and Nancy Moore:
We want you to come to Sandy Cove healthy and stay healthy, which will require all of us working together and making some adjustments. Some of this includes:
Please take time to read through the specifics on what we will do, and what we are asking you to do in response to COVID-19 and the desire for us all to remain healthy.
If you are uncomfortable for any reason with these things, or unable to participate in any of the expectations we are asking of the community, we ask that you wait to attend until a time when fewer restrictions may be required.
But if you have read through it and agree that we can make it by working together (but apart) then we hope you will think about joining us.