Two-sided flyer to encourage family/friend caregivers of those with dementia to take our free training that will give them skills to communicate better with those they care for
PSS is a NYC nonprofit agency that provides valuable services at no charge (funded by government grants) to family, friends and neighbors who are caring for loved ones and others who are suffering from dementia. This caregiving is often very stressful and frustrating. Our training which combines the rules of improv comedy and principles of empathy to better understand what it's like to be the person with dementia and overcome everyday communications challenges.
To strengthen the capacity of older New Yorkers, their families, and communities to thrive.
PSS was founded in 1962 as Presbyterian Senior Services by volunteers to serve older members of their church community. Today, PSS is an innovative, multi-service nonprofit 501(c)(3) agency whose mission is to strengthen the capacity of older New Yorkers, their families, and communities to thrive. PSS has over 70 dedicated staff and over 250 committed volunteers and interns. With a $6+ million annual budget, we are able to run nine busy community centers for older adults, family caregiver and kinship family support programs through PSS Circle of Care three residences - including the first one purposefully built for grandparents raising children - and Coming of Age NYC's popular educational programs that inspire adults 50+ to live with passion and purpose.
This is the second project we have worked with Christine on, and just like the first one, she is a superb, creative, talented, and collaborative partner yet again.
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