BRIDGING THE DIVIDE:
2023 End-of-Life Virtual Conference Series

For more than two decades we have been providing end-of-life education in southern Arizona. Over the last three years, thousands of people from across the nation and around the globe have participated in our virtual education series.

This year we invite you to join us as we traverse the mortality terrain through our supportive and challenging discussions, films, presentations, and games. All are welcome to this free series of events.

All sessions are free of charge. Join us now!

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Warrior Caregiver Thursday, November 16, 2023 | 6-7 pm (MST)

November is National Family Caregivers Month!  

Did you know that over 40% of Americans currently care for the health of a loved one? However, many of us do not see ourselves as being a caregiver. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 53% of unpaid caregivers who are employed had to take time off work to care for their loved one. The stress on family caregivers can make it difficult to manage the rest of our lives.  

Karen Kochhar, owner of Right at Home, will bring her years of experience in the field to respond to our burning questions and challenges, discuss best practices that support us in the caregiving role, and help us better understand the types of services that are available to assist us throughout the caregiving journey.  

Best Practices for Caregivers: 

  1. Put your oxygen mask on first 
  2. Build your dream team 
  3. Have a plan and another plan 
  4. Be present and open to change 

Presented by: Karen Kochhar

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Karen Kochhar

Karen Kochhar

Karen Kochhar, CSA, Licensed Fiduciary and BSEE is celebrating 10 years as owner/operator of Right at Home In-Home Care & Assistance in Tucson.  Prior to her arrival in Arizona, Karen worked as an electrical engineer in telecommunications and as a domestic engineer raising her 2 children.  Karen is a Certified Senior Advisor and an Arizona Licensed FiduciaryKaren continues to combine her problem-solving skills, life skills, and credentials to ensure the aging population understands the many choices and options to living their best life.