Caregiving Strategies: Caring & Supporting Adults Living with Heart Failure

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Caregiving Strategies: Caring & Supporting Adults Living with Heart Failure

Join us as we listen to caregiver experiences as well as a clinician who will explain care strategies and supports for caregivers.

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About this event

  • 1 hour
  • Mobile eTicket

Family caregivers play an invaluable part in supporting people living with heart failure. However, this role can be stressful and overwhelming, and it may be difficult for caregivers to balance their needs with their care recipient.

In recognition of Heart Month, join us for a presentation given by two heart failure caregivers, Cindy Yip and John Yudelman, who who will share their challenges, experiences, and helpful supports they found on their caregiver journeys. You will also hear from Dr. Phyllis Billia, cardiologist at UHN’s Peter Munk Cardiac Centre. Dr. Billia specializes in heart failure, focused on patients undergoing advanced therapies. She will provide practical resources and explain care strategies and support for caregivers.

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During the webinar, we will be drawing for 2 $25 dollar Starbucks gift cards. And, for all attendees who complete the post-webinar survey, 2 more people will be eligible to enter a draw to win a $25 dollar Starbucks gift card. The first two cards will be during the webinar, and the second two cards will be once the survey closes the following week. The draws are only available to residents of Ontario. Winners will be contacted via email after the draws.

UPDATE: Due to a scheduling conflict, Dr. Billia will not be available, and Dr. Yas Moayedi will be presenting in her place.

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