Supporting Our Caregivers, Each Other, and Ourselves

During National Family Caregivers Month, lean on your community as we explore what it means to care for our aging parents and loved ones together. Learn from those who have been there and be part of a community who understands what you are going through. TBA is featuring two unique events that will explore how caregiving impacts different members of the community.

Center Stage Shabbat Dinner and Performance
Friday, November 18 at 7:30pm

Don’t miss this moving, uplifting, and inspiring true story during National Family Caregiver’s Month. We welcome Sam Simon, actor/performer/author of The Actual Dance, to share his journey through his wife’s serious illness and recovery. Sam’s story puts a spotlight on finding beauty, dignity, and love in the difficult moments of anxiety and uncertainty that life presents. Sam’s presentation will take place during dessert following a catered Shabbat dinner.

TBA’s Bitachon Mental Health Initiative is honored to co-sponsor this event in conjunction with National Family Caregivers Month.

Brunch & Learn
Featuring Howard Gleckman,
author of “Caring for Our Parents”
Sunday, November 20 10:00am

Caring for our parents as they age is one of the most challenging tasks a child must do. 70% of adults will need care as they age. Are you prepared to navigate their difficult and sometimes painful situation? Join your community for a Brunch & Learn as we discuss with esteemed columnist, Howard Gleckman how to care for our aging parents. Discussion will be moderated by, TBA member, Jonathan Westin, Senior Director, Strategic Health Resource Center.

This program is sponsored by the TBA Brotherhood and is open to all.