Snoquamie, WA, October 28, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- A lot of attention has been given to caregivers lately but what about those who are on the receiving end? Care receivers may be fearful of loosing control, have issues of self esteem or concerns about cost. What’s the difference between needing short term care versus someone with a long term chronic condition, even one invisible to the outside world?
Join their next 1st Thursday Lunch and Learn on November 3rd at the Snoqualmie Fire Station for a special 1-1/2 hour panel discussion beginning at 12:00 noon. A diverse panel of care receivers will share their experiences and answer your questions. Space is limited, so please RSVP to http://svhdlunchandlearn.eventbrite.com .
Monthly Lunch & Learns are hosted by the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District to share important health and wellness information. Thanks to Kim Arellano and the Snoqualmie Hospital Foundation for providing lunch for this free community event. This should prove to be an interesting and important discussion for both receivers and givers of care.
Operating the local hospital, emergency department, primary care and other clinics, the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District provides professional care with a personal touch for the residents of the Snoqualmie Valley. Visit www.snoqualmiehospital.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 425-831-3404.
The Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Foundation sponsors community forums, fundraises for Affordable Access vouchers, supports Hospital District staff and their patients, and awards scholarships for youth pursing healthcare careers.
For more information, contact Kim Arellano at email@example.com or 425-260-3140.