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A large part of any successful conference is being able to gather businesses and organizations to share information for you to take home and use and or share with others. Thank you to those who have used their time and talent to create caregiver resources.

Called to Counsel: A web-based educational program that provides certification in lay counseling from a Christian perspective. http://calledtocounsel.com

CarePages: Free, personal, private Web pages that help family and friends communicate when someone is facing illness. http://carepages.com

CarePoint Ministry:TLC for Parentsby Rita Gray and Baaad Sheep – When God’s People Let You Downby Ellen Gillette http://carepointministry.com

Caring Resources: Providing “Help! Am I the Parent Now?” seminars in local churches and senior facilities.http://caringresources.com

Elder Stay @ Home Caregiving Skills: Home caregiver training materials. http://schmiedingcenter.org/caregiver_skilltraining.php

Sherri Goss: Authorof Life Book™ , How to Avoid a Family Disaster and Plan for Your Future

Kareen King: Singer/Songwriter The Person in the Picture Ain’t Mehttp://myspace.com/kareenking

Music for the Soul: A not-for-profit Christian ministry committed to providing life-changing healing through music and song.http://musicforthesoul.org

The National Caregiver’s Library: One of the most extensive online libraries for caregivers that exist today.http://caregiverslibrary.org

Scott Krippayne: An amazingly gifted singer, songwriter.http://scottkrippayne.com

Mike Weston: Featuring communication boards for those unable to speak. Also showcasing the Wescot, the only affordable completely portable folding hospital-type bed in the world.

Bob Willis: A Healing Heart: Tools for the Journey. Blending the therapeutic elements of sculpting in clay, grief education, and music into a time of support, guidance, and encouragement.

Thank you to the following companies for their generous donation of resources. Please take the time to visit the resource tables and take back magazines, brochures, and other items that might help you and your church.

The ALS Association Jim “Catfish” Hunter Chapter: Offering training, support, and financial grants for families and support groups.http://catfishchapter.org

Audio Bibles for the Blind: A worldwide ministry providing free audio bibles to people all around the globe who are legally blind and print-handicapped.http://audiobiblesfortheblind.org

Buncombe County Council On Aging: Dedicated to assisting and linking senior adults and their families with information, opportunities, and services that promote and enhance quality of life. http://coabc.org

CaringBridge: A free, nonprofit web service that connects family and friends.http://CaringBridge.org

Caring Today: Practical Advice for the Family http://Caregivercaringtoday.com

HopeKeepers Magazine: The companion print magazine from Rest Ministries.http://restministries.org

Land-of-Sky Regional Council Area Agency on Aging: Offering Family Caregiver Support Programs in Asheville, NC.http://landofsky.org

The National Alliance for Caregiving: Dedicated to providing support to family caregivers and the professionals who help them and to increasing public awareness of issues facing family caregivers.http://caregiving.org

The National Caregiver’s Library: One of the most extensive online libraries for caregivers that exist today.http://caregiverslibrary.org

Rest Ministries: Rest Ministries is a place where the chronically ill will find understanding and compassion. Over 300 pages of information! http://restministries.org

Share the Care: Dedicated to educating the caregiving communities about the effectiveness of sharing the care. http://sharethecare.org

Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much -Helen Keller
 
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