Warriors of Wellness

If you’ve got a desire to reclaim yourself,
You’re a Warrior!

If you’re tired of wondering, “Is this all there is?”
You’re a Warrior!

If you aren’t ready to give up on YOU just because
you’re showing up for somebody else,
You’re a Warrior!

At Leeza’s Care Connection, we encourage our guests to be
“WARRIORS OF WELLNESS”.

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Are you ready for a whole new level of WOW? It’s more than being physically fit; it’s feeling STRONG and READY for anything. Not just emotionally well adjusted, but spiritually ALIVE and EXCITED for what’s next. We’re talking beyond balanced, OWNING your life all the way to the next level of WOW!

After 10 years of learning from our communities of family caregivers, we have seen that EVERYONE benefits when these first responders are MIGHTY and STRONG. The care receivers benefit, families do better, employers get more productivity and over 40 million people have a chance to rewrite the caregiver stress story which often ends in so much compassion fatigue that caregivers lose years off their lives.

That’s why we launched WARRIORS OF WELLNESS (WOW) – to reset the conversation around caregiving and focus on the winning side of the story. This is a powerful force waiting to be unleashed.

Stay tuned for more exciting developments as we begin to introduce more wellness programs and services in the coming new year at Leeza’s Care Connection!

New & Noteworthy
The Irmo News: Dr. Carlos W. Gibbons has been awarded the 2016 Poet of the Year Award by the PoetryFest Foundation. Gibbons has a poem in the 2016 PoetryFest Publication, “On the Wings of Angels,” and has been cited as one of PoetryFest’s brightest poetry stars. Gibbons is a native
Leeza Gibbons knows firsthand of the devastation that Alzheimer’s disease can cause a family. After the loss of her grandmother and the diagnosis of her mother, Leeza and her family created the Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation to meet the growing needs of those impacted by memory disorders. Interviewed by Winn
Alzheimer’s disease directly affects parts of the brain responsible for communication. Patients find it harder to both understand others and explain themselves. Patients also begin to forget the names of once familiar objects such as watches or pens. Early in the disease, people with Alzheimer’s are often able to hide
2017 © The Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation