Cafés-rencontres du mois d’Octobre 2014 Pour proches aidants d’aînés

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La Table autonome des aînés des Collines continue ses Café-rencontres mensuels pour proches aidants d’aînés dans cinq municipalités du territoire. Un lieu et un moment de répit idéal pour échanger et partager avec d’autres proches aidants!

  • Pontiac: Mardi le 14 octobre 2014 de 13h00 à 15h00 à la bibliothèque située au 2024 route 148, Pontiac (Luskville);
  • La Pêche: Jeudi le 9 octobre 2014 de 13h30 à 15h30 au CLSC situé au 9 chemin Passe-partout, La Pêche (Ste-Cécile-de-Masham);
  • Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette : Jeudi le 16 octobre 2014 de 9h30 à 11h30 au 2 rue Rolin, Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette;
  • Cantley : Mardi le 21 octobre 2014 de 9h30 à 11h30 au CLSC situé au 850 Montée de la Source, Cantley.
  • Val-des-Monts: Jeudi le 2 octobre 2014 de 13h30 à 15h30, au 1 rue St-Joseph, Val-des-Monts (Perkins);

Les proches aidants des autres municipalités sont invités à participer aux cafés-rencontres les plus près de chez eux. Café et biscuits seront offerts sur place. Transport et répit sont disponibles au besoin.
Pour obtenir plus d’informations ou pour vous inscrire aux cafés-rencontres, veuillez contacter la chargée de projet :

Tamy Boucher, T.S.
Chargée de projet, SOS Proches aidants
Table autonome des aînés des Collines
(819) 457-2121, poste 242
sosprochesaidants@gmail.com

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Kate Aley

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Kate Aley

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