Press Release: Strengthening the Hearts, Minds and Bodies of Female Care Providers
Beyond the Sky Solutions presents a conference for May 15, 2014
Strengthening the Hearts, Minds and Bodies of Female Care Providers
LIGHTNING RELEASES: San Diego, CA (4/4/2014) – Beyond the Sky Solutions (BTSS) is presenting a conference for female care providers at the DoubleTree by Hilton on May 15, 2014 from 8:30a to 4:00p. BTSS realizes there is an increasing need for education on the various aspects of providing senior care and knowing which resources are out there and how to utilize them. Jatana Williams, the founder of Beyond the Sky Solutions says “Women who are caregivers or operate a business caring for others need to monitor their physical and mental health due to the added responsibilities of caregiving”
Each attendee will learn how to get the dedicated help and resources they need to complete their work with passion and joy. Diane Darby-Beach. MPH. Ed.D., “Is very proud to be participating in this day as the keynote speaker and believes these women need to be recognized for the wonderful work they are doing on a daily basis”.
To buy your tickets for this event and for more information on BTSS, go to website www.btss.co/event. The price of the ticket includes door prizes, vendor interaction, breakfast, lunch and ends with a wine mixer.
In addition, this event is being held during National Women’s Health Week, an observance led by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Offices. The goal of this office is to empower women to make their health a priority. National Women’s Health Week also serves as a time to help women understand what it means to be well.
Take time out to obtain new knowledge, network and feel empowered to take care of oneself.
Beyond the Sky Solutions (BTSS) believes in supporting the partnership between senior care communities and the families in ensuring quality care is being provided for the residents. We do so in various ways, one of them being through the delivery of educational programs for family caregivers, helping them achieve a better understanding of dementia and the effect this has on their loved one. We also provide skill-based training for the staff of residential care facilities for the elderly(RCFE) and personal care home (PCH) staff members, on various resident care focused topics, including the understanding of state regulations.
For more information contact: Jatana Williams-Thompson at 619-734-9961 or firstname.lastname@example.org