October, 2020

21Oct(Oct 21)12:30 PM(Oct 21)12:30 PMBrigham Health - Virtual Educational Session “Elder Caregiving: A Balancing Act”12:30 PM - 1:30 PM EDT Brigham and Women’s/Mass General Health Care Center, 20 Patriot PlaceEnjoyment:Educational,Health & Fitness,Free Class,Health

Event Details

Wednesday, October 21, 2020: 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM — Via Zoom

Co-sponsored with Neponset River Regional Chamber and Tri Town Chamber of Commerce

Registration required; $10 fee directly benefits the Chambers of Commerce


Are you trying to manage the care of an older family member in addition to the priorities of your business? Has COVID brought new layers of challenge to these serious responsibilities?


Join the Tri-Town Chamber Women’s Link and the NRRC Women’s Leadership Alliance as we welcome Brigham Health experts to speak on…


“Elder Caregiving: A Balancing Act”

Shouldering the responsibility for an older family member’s well-being often means that the caregiver’s own health suffers. Our virtual session will provide insight from the experts into how to care for the elders in your life — while also caring for yourself:

  • What’s the impact of being a primary caregiver? Learn how is one’s health affected, and when to ask for help and seek support.
  • Discuss the importance of maintaining a positive mindset, as well as tools to relieve stress and promote self-care.
  • Learn about community-based services that are available to support caregivers.


Expert panel:


Julia V. Loewenthal, MD

Internal Medicine and board-certified Geriatrician – Brigham Health

Osher Clinical Center for Integrative Medicine, Chestnut Hill, MA


Kristin Cardin, NP

Geriatric Nurse Practitioner – The Better Brain Initiative

Brigham Primary Care, Foxborough, MA


Kate Sevy, LICSW

The Better Brain Initiative

Brigham Primary Care, Foxborough, MA


Part of the mission of Brigham Health is to improve the health and wellness of our global and local community. This program is one way in which we uphold and fulfill that mission.