Join us in Kansas City, Missouri’s Northland for the Liberty Hospital Half Marathon/Jewell 5K Presented by Hy-Vee! All Half Marathon and 5K participants will enjoy a scenic race course starting and ending at William Jewell College and going through downtown Liberty. Plus, load up with the following swag: stunning large finisher medals, free race photos, uni-sex long sleeve tech shirt for half marathoners and uni-sex short sleeve tech shirt for 5K, post-race refreshments, CallSign Brewing Company Craft beer, chip timing, and discounts/giveaways from our sponsors!
According to a recent AARP survey, 93% of Americans 35 years of age and older say that brain health is a top priority. This presentation gives a holistic approach for a healthy, active mind at any age so you can engage in all the moments that matter today and in the future. You’ll get tips and suggestions, and participate in fun interactive exercises to test the agility of your BRAIN!
Wednesday, February 20, 2019 11:00-1:00 (lunch $5.00) Northland Shepherd’s Center
4805 NE Antioch Rd., Kansas City, MO 64119 Please RSVP by calling NSC at 816.452.4536 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Come join us and learn how to navigate your way to successful rides. This event is for those of us who are no longer driving, family, and friends. Panelist include RideKC, Northland Shepherd Center, Clay County Senior Services, Assisted Transportation, Go Go Grandparent, Lyft, & Uber!
Bring all your questions and have an opportunity to sign up for the various options for travel in the Northland. Box lunches will be available for $5.
Wednesday, January 16
11 AM - 1 PM
Northland Shepherd Center
4805 Northeast Antioch Road
Kansas City Missouri 64119
To sign up, call 816-452-4536 or email our desk at email@example.com
The 2018 Northland Shepherd's Center caregivers gathered this week to celebrate the Christmas holidays and 2018 year. We thank and appreciate these hardworking caregivers for their dedication and assistance to seniors 60+ living in our community.
Attached is the FSF application. NEW THIS YEAR! is a tax form that needs to be filled out with the name and info for the caregiver before returning. Missouri caregivers are able to access up to $1,000 for eligible expenses incurred after the acceptance date of the application, with the receipts received in our office by the end of May. We can pay for services used in June, as long as they are prepaid and the receipt is in our office by May 31.
One thing we suggest is for people to buy incontinence supplies for up to a 6 month period. Same with Boost or Ensure.
Completed applications may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, along with proof of diagnosis and the tax form. Please contact us if you have any questions!
At Road Scholar, we acknowledge the weighty responsibility carried by all adults who serve as family caregivers for ill or disabled relatives.
The warm, welcoming and friendly nature of our learning adventures provide a much-needed respite from the emotional and physical demands of being a caregiver. We're committed to helping you offset the costs of arranging substitute care while you attend a Road Scholar learning adventure through our Caregiver Grants.
You’re an eligible caregiver if you are the primary unpaid caregiver providing daily care and support for an ill or disabled family member (spouse, parent, adult child, partner or sibling).
Your loved one may also be receiving home care, hospice, visiting nurse, LPN services, or comparable and related services.
Your loved one may be in adult day care, memory care, a nursing home or comparable or related facility.
You have lost a loved one within the past two years who was in any of the above situations.
You live in the United States and are 50 years of age or older.
You have not taken a Road Scholar program in the last two years.
Caregiver Grant Application
The Impact Grant Committee happily accepts fully completed applications mailed to the address listed on the application form. We ask that you allow four to six weeks for us to review your application.
The Liberty Hospital Half Marathon and William Jewell 5-K presented by HyVee is the premier healthy living event in the Northland. The Liberty Hospital Foundation is asking for volunteers for the March 3 event. If you love the outdoors and enjoy helping your fellow Northlanders, this is the place for you to put your volunteer skills to work. All proceeds from the run will go back into the community in the form of grants. Northland Shepherd’s Center (NSC) received a grant last year to help with its Liberty BreakTime Club. Therefore, when you volunteer, you’re helping NSC.
For information, visit www.libertyhospitalhalf.org, and hit the green “Register” button to select and time, location and station where you want to help. The scenic race through Liberty and Kansas City is set for March 3 starting at 8:30 a.m. The race starts and finishes at the Liberty Community Center, 1600 S. Withers Rd., in Liberty. Aid stations will be located about every 1-2 miles along the route. Volunteers will be able to pick and choose how and when they will help. At the beginning of the race, the end of the race and at points in between. You’ll have a fun and beneficial day out after being cooped up during the severe winter weather.
And we need your help in making it special for our home-bound clients.
If you would like to help we are accepting donations of:
Purse size Kleenex
Gift Cards ($5.00 value to Wal-Mart, CVS, or a grocery store)
Socks & gloves
Or a $10.00 donation to help fill a sack!
Donations need to be at the Northland Shepherd’s Center by Dec.1
Or if you would like to help deliver a JOY Bag please call Terry at 816-452-4536 or email email@example.com