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L+M Hospital hosting forum for caregivers

Friday, November 3, 2017

New London, CT – November 3, 2017 – All caregivers are invited to attend ‘True Care for the Caregiver,’ a forum of inner strength and healing, at Lawrence + Memorial Hospital on Thursday, November 16.

The forum will be held from 2 to 5 pm in Baker Auditorium at the hospital’s main campus at 365 Montauk Avenue in New London.

Promoting wellness and healing opportunities, the forum is designed to help caregivers develop ways to cope with the challenges they face on a daily basis. It will provide caregivers with an opportunity to share stories with others and listen to presentations that focus on music, meditation, writing and more.

The program is free, and refreshments will be provided.

To register, please call Bridget at 860-442-0711, ext. 2614.

Lawrence + Memorial Hospital, a member of Yale New Haven Health, is a non-profit, 280-bed general and acute care hospital providing patient care to medical, surgical, pediatric, psychiatric and obstetrical patients in southeastern Connecticut and southern Rhode Island since 1912. Lawrence + Memorial offers cardiac acute, step-down and rehabilitation programs and is the only eastern Connecticut hospital that performs emergency and elective angioplasty. www.lmhospital.org

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