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Caregivers Refresh Center

Support group, fitness, tension release and pampering program for all Caregivers

Support Group Session

Addressing mental\emotional issues and giving advice for healing and restoration.

Fitness Session

Manage exhausting days of care giving by relaxing tight muscles, increase strength and energy. 

Tension Release & Pampering Session

Help reduce stress, release stored toxins to keep from becoming physically, mentally and emotionally stagnated.

These days sicker people are being cared for at home. There is a reduced rate of admission to nursing homes and hospital stays. Elderly, disabled, and sick people are able to live at home longer with a family caregiver in the home. Where would we be without a caregiver?

Many people take on the responsibility of caring for others and it can be invaluable for them to be able to take a break from time to time. We offer caregivers an opportunity to take time for themselves. Respite is important because caregivers are at risk of stress and burnout.

At the center we encourage them to step back from their day-to-day demands and activities for a day to be relieved mentally/emotionally and physically from everyday stress so that they can refocus on the quality care they are to provide. Providing constant care is a demanding job. It’s crucial for caregivers to take a break periodically and this need is a normal part of the life cycle of care. A time of respite or refreshing can help with frustrations, decisions they have to make, or just keep care-givers morale high.


Caregivers Inspirational Greetings

Family caregivers can be either relatives, friends, or neighbors who provide assistance for those who are sick, elderly or disabled at home. They assist in the activities of daily living. Many caregivers are unpaid and have no formal training for offering assistance and medical services needed. Caregiving can be time consuming and emotionally draining.

As a society we have always depended on family caregivers to provide emotional support and to assist family members when they can no longer care for themselves.

Caregivers Inspirational Greetings’ goal is to help people recognize caregivers and see the valuable contribution they make in our lives. Besides, where would we be without a caregiver? If you are not a caregiver now, at some time or another you will need a caregivers assistance. A Caregivers Inspirational Greetings gift is a great way to show appreciation or just say thank you for all that you do.

Get to Know the Story Behind the Designs

What is the right occasion to show appreciation for the caregivers in your life? Caregivers give selflessly of them selves to make sure those for whom they care for have an improved quality of life. To show appreciation to the caregiver can be a challenge. Each of these Caregivers Inspirational Greeting designs serves to recognize, uplift, encourage and celebrate that special caregiver in your life. Read the stories below to learn more about the caregivers and the designs they are wearing.

A Caregivers Recipe

I am a working family caregiver. I am caring for my aging parents while working 40 hours a week. Yes, I have suffered work-related difficulties due to my caregiving role. I have no choice but to take on these caregiving responsibilities. But they are worth it. I have had to rearrange my work schedule, decreased my hours, and sometimes take an unpaid leave in order to meet their needs. We recently found out why dad is mentally confused and unable to recognize certain things. He has become restless and his personality has changed and he wanders off and gets lost at times. These are early signs of dementia. They need me at this stage of their life. I am proud to provide the ingredients of “A Caregivers Recipe” into their lives.

Be Happy

I am a caregiver. I am an advocate and care coordinator for my younger sister who had a stroke. I fell into this role because there is no other family member that would take on the responsibility to care for her. Caring for another individual can be strenuous. I perform tasks such as feeding and grooming and moving her from the bed to a wheelchair. I shop and provide transportation to and from her appointments. Also, I offer companionship and emotional support. I realized that an important part of being a caregiver is taking care of myself by doing some of the things that I enjoy. Doing so prepares me to be a better caregiver for her. I am a happy caregiver.

God Knows

I am a 24-year-old family caregiver. My son is 4 years old and he has cancer. While caring for him is rewarding, it can also be stressful. I realize this disease is a long-term challenge. It has been disheartening since I’ve learned that there appears to be no good long-term outcome. This state of mind has led to emotional, mental, and physical exhaustion. To be honest I feel stuck. I’m always busy taking care of his needs. The time I use to spend with family and friends has faded away. There’s no time for socializing and I feel lonely. I am burned out.

I Love You

Sometimes it is hard to find the perfect words to let someone just how much you rely on them. A simple “I love you” goes a long way and when you share this message with someone they can wear it with pride to show off that they are loved.