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1011 W. Springfield Ave.
Urbana, IL 61801 (map)
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Welcome to the University of Illinois Faculty/Staff Assistance Program (FSAP). We believe everyone upon occasion faces problems that can be difficult to resolve. The staff of the FSAP is dedicated to providing quality, confidential assistance to employees and their families who may be experiencing difficulties that impact their lives. This includes assessments, short-term counseling, crisis services and referrals to appropriate resources.

The FSAP offers this benefit free of charge to all faculty, staff, retirees and family members or significant others living in their household. Additionally we work with supervisors as well as entire departments to develop and maintain a positive work environment. The FSAP staff is composed of licensed professionals who offer assessment, brief counseling and if necessary, referrals to appropriate resources.

New Perspectives on Caregiving Workshops

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Wednesday, October 29, 2014 — Caring for You, Caring for Me
Wednesday, November 5, 2014 — Connecting with Help
Wednesday, November 12, 2014 — Rethinking Routines & Traditions

All workshops will be held 5:30pm – 7:00pm

Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

Presented by: Angela Overholt and Sue Keller

The Faculty/Staff Assistance Program is pleased to offer a workshop series for people caring for an aging family member. Join us for one or all of the sessions to learn new ideas for healthful caregiving, taking care of yourself, and connecting with the help you need to be successful in this important and challenging role.

The Caring for You, Caring for Me workshop will address balancing self-care with caregiving tasks, talking about loss and change, understanding the complicated emotions of all parties involved, and communicating healthfully.

In Connecting with Help we will explore and share information about the what, how, and who related to building the supports for you and your loved one to successfully transition to a caregiving relationship.

The session on Rethinking Routines and Traditions will focus on creating an optimal new normal by planning ways to celebrate connections and time together, restructure holidays and family events, and focus on the highest priorities in your life.

Cost: These three workshops are free for employees, retirees, and their household members.

Questions: Contact Angela or Sue at 244-5312.

Location: All workshops are held in FSAP offices in the Advanced Computation Building at 1011 W. Springfield, Urbana.

Parking: Free parking will be available in lot B21, East of the building.