On Sunday, April 22, Family Council at Daughters of Israel sponsored an interactive program by the New Jersey Mental Health Players on "Dealing with Guilt."
The New Jersey Mental Health Players are improvisational mental health community educators who utilize roleplaying to portray scenarios of typical situations faced by caregivers.
The program provided the participants at Daughters of Israel with a unique method of understanding the emotions that caregivers experience when caring for their loved ones.
DOI is a multi-faceted, state-of-the-art, skilled nursing facility offering the most modern and comprehensive services including long-term care, sub-acute rehabilitation, memory care, hospice/palliative care and respite stays, according to the website. The team of skilled and dedicated professionals deliver the highest quality of care for our 300 residents, which includes varied levels of healthcare as well as a full array of social, recreational, and social programming.
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