Are you a caregiver for an aging parent? Are you facing care giving in the future? Do you ever wonder if those little memory slips are old age or the sign of something worse? Even if you aren't actively caring for someone, most likely you know someone who is, since 34.2 million Americans reported caring for an elderly parent in 2015. Many of us are in the sandwich generation, caring for parents and young children at the same time. Care giving, especially for those with dementia, takes a special kind of grace and fortitude. Add in home schooling and young children, and you have the makings of a hairy mess. Join Danielle Olander, home schooling mother of five, as she shares her family's on-going experiences caring for a parent with Alzheimer's. Juggling schedules, locating resources, and finding time to recharge, caregivers need support, resources, and sometimes, just someone to listen. This workshop is designed to bring encouragement to those who are caring for aging parents or for those who want to support those that are caregiving.