Caregiving for a loved one in the time of COVID-19
Launched July 14, 2020
Presenter role: Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair at the Ingram School of Nursing, McGill University and Scientist at St. Mary’s Research Centre
Webinar overview: The COVID-19 pandemic has brought new challenges to many caregivers. In this webinar, Dr Lambert provides expert advice on maintaining your own wellbeing and that of your loved one during this time. Find out how to support your loved one if you cannot be with them, manage any feelings of stress, anxiety and isolation and access support.
In this webinar, you will find answers to the following questions:
- How can caregivers reduce their risk of COVID-19, and reduce the risk of exposing their loved one?
- How can caregivers support their loved ones when they can’t be physically present?
- What can caregivers do to manage their stress, anxiety, and sense of isolation?
- How can caregivers access support for themselves and their loved ones?
- What should families with young children consider during the pandemic, and how can we positively impact their mental wellbeing?
Webinar Length: 29 minutes