Alliance Sponsors ‘My Mother’s Recipe’

Janine Solano, RN and Mia Ross, RN had a great time representing Alliance Homecare at ‘My Mother’s Recipe’.

The Caregivers’ Project is a non-profit organization which recognizes that providing care for a loved one can be both joyful and diffcult.  The Caregivers’ Project celebrates this entire spectrum.   The group believes that encouraging the health and well-being of the caregiver is a worthy and necessary pursuit. and provides a pillar of support for caregivers to fully experience, understand and appreciate their role.

Alliance Homecare was a proud sponsor of The Caregivers’ Project’s bi-annual event ‘My Mother’s Recipe’ which we celebrated on October 17, 2015.  The event started with a pot-luck lunch. Each attendant brought a dish to share made from a family recipe. The buffet included food from all parts of the globe and the audience came from all walks of life.  After enjoying a diverse lunch, we listened to caregivers share personal stories about their involvement with an aging loved one. The stories captured the wide emotional terrain of care-giving. These feelings span from fear and insecurity to gratitude and wisdom. It was interesting and reaffirming to see that many stories shared similar themes. This intimate conversation proved that although care giving is unique to each individual, there are more common threads than divisive ones.

At the end of the afternoon, tickets were drawn for a variety of fun raffle prizes. Even the non-winners, though, went home happy. ‘My Mother’s Recipe’ was a healthy reminder that in order to care for the ones we love, we must always consider ourselves.

We thank Dr. Zeleznik and those involved with The Caregivers’ Project for the opportunity to partake in this event.  If you’d like to learn more about The Caregivers’ Project, you can follow them on Facebook.


More blog posts

  • Wound Care at Home: Do's and Don'ts

    An open wound can occur for any number of reasons—from a fall as you’re walking your dog down the street…

    View Article

  • Does Dementia Increase the Frequency of Falls?

    Whether your loved one has experienced a fall in the past or you’re worried about their potential for falling after…

    View Article

  • How To Help Elderly Parents From a Distance

    Caring for elderly parents can be an emotionally taxing experience. It’s not easy watching your parents get older and depending…

    View Article

  • 8 Balance Exercises for Seniors

    Whether a loved one has recently experienced a balance-altering injury like a stroke or you’re simply trying to help an…

    View Article

Join Our Team Calling great HHAs, RNs & LPNs

Find a career where your time and skills are valued and your dedication to service is rewarded.

Request Care

"*" indicates required fields


We accept Private Pay and Private Long term Care Insurance only. We do not participate in Medicaid or Medicare Plans.

Join our team Calling great HHAs, RNs & LPNs