Celebrating Caregivers Month in Augusta
Caregiving is very difficult
Here at the Foundation, we recognize loneliness and isolation as a critical public health concern, particularly for older adults and their caregivers. We’ve developed a number of programs that harness the power of creative expression to reduce the burden of loneliness for those most significantly affected.
The goal of The UnLonely Project is to promote and accelerate individual and community connections through activities that initiate engagement. Research has shown that creatively connecting people–in person and then online, can reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness while providing an opportunity to have fun–the health benefits of which are quite important.
Earlier this month we were in Augusta working with AARP Georgia in support of their commitment to caregivers. We had a terrific turnout and all discovered the power of “creatively connecting” in celebration of Caregivers Month!