for Caregivers of Alzheimer’s & other Dementias
Register Yourself or a Caregiver you know for FREE
or with a tax deductible Donation of any amount.
Once registered, a link and password with lifetime access to our retreat videos and resources will be immediately emailed.
Instant Access Registration
It's time to get focused on the areas you need help with.
Unlike physical conferences where you can end up sitting through content you just don't need, Caregiver Wellness Retreat is delivered entirely online. Dip in and watch the specific talks you need to transform your life or catch them all. It’s up to you!
With 30 experts, the self-care tools you need are just a click away.
Our experts will be sharing their years of knowledge, strategies, and self-care tools. If you are feeling caregiver burnout or in need of a reset, we've got you covered.
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Register for the Instant Access Caregiver Wellness Retreat
We are excited to present a variety of offerings from wellness professionals for an At-Home Instant Caregiver Wellness Retreat experience. Each retreat was presented live and recorded so our participants would not miss a thing and could replay the sessions that they needed the most.
Now you can choose one of the 2 registration options to access the retreats you are interested in:
FREE or By Donation.
Register With a Tax-Deductible Donation
For yourself or a Caregiver you love.
(Donation can be for any amount)
(Secure Donation through Donorbox)
Our Speakers Share Their Experiences, Strategies & Knowledge.
Santa Fe Speakers:
Ruth Dennis - Move Beyond Simply Surviving as a Caregiver
Hope Carwile - Tapping for Emotional Freedom
Jesse Freidin - Photographing Our Loved Ones: A Class for Beginners
Daven Lee - Calming qigong form: Straddling the River
Kirti Khalsa - Yoga for Brain Longevity®
Jillian Parkhurst - Simple Hands-on Meal Preparation
Donald Levering - Poetry As Self Care
Alisha Yi and David Xiang - Strategies for Coping using Writing
Elaine Ritchel - Art for Mindfulness and Personal Connection
Liz Brindley - Drawing as Meditation
David Davis - Perseverance and Peace for Care Partners
Beth Hamilton, Ken Hendricks, Meg Hix & Alexandra Villano-
Respite Care Resources
Dr. Hazel Cebrun Archie, The science of breathing
Kimberly Hegwood, Preparing for the future to have peace now
Jennifer Henius, Q&A Panel Member
G.J. Hodson, The politics of care, advocacy advice for overwhelm
Rev. Katelin Jordan, Q&A Panel Member
Leslie Marchand, Living with Ambiguous Loss
Ellen MacKay, Simple movement in a chair
Stephanie Piefer Niemeyer, Looking at art with the MFAH
Amy O'Connor, Q&A Panel Member
Jeanette Sealy, A simple brain longevity exercise for the mind & body
Kathryn Watson, Senior tips for universal resources and where to find help
Chris Webb, Music Therapy: Iso-Principle
Dr. Aaron Blight: Best Tips for Caregivers: An Idea Exchange
Cindy Bond: What we learned in 2020 & what's next in excellence of care
Jessica Erlendson: Music Therapy for Caregivers
Brittney Giacchetta: Grief, Loss, End of Life, and Caregiver Burnout
Dawn Ross: How to have STRONG + STABLE Joints
Lindsey Ryland: Making Decisions When Things Are No Longer Black & White
Bridgette Shaw-Bane: Rotation of Awareness: Body Relaxation
Amy Bidrman & Ann Kaseman: What we wished we had known.