Latest Event Updates

Conference is Sat June 25th

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Hello Everyone –

The conference is almost upon us.  I am excited that the time is here !!  We will be allowing limited registration at the door.  The doors open at 8:30AM.  You will be able to check in and have coffee and pastries.

Our keynote speaker will be starting at 9am .


Conference Registration – Information

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We are excited to share with you a conference being presented at Peachtree Corners Christian Church.  The conference is an opportunity for all caregivers to take a day for themselves.  An opportunity to learn and grow.  We are offering workshops addressing many issues facing caregivers today, but most importantly not just how to live when caregiving but how to thrive.  The conference is called Living the Caregiver Journey.

It will be held on June 25th from 9am to 4pm.

The registration is an affordable $10 with Lunch included.

The conference will be providing medical, legal, and spiritual workshops all with practical components on how to be a caregiver as well as highlighting options available when it comes to aging in place.  Our keynoter is Daphne Reiley who has co-written a book titled A Tapestry of Love, The Spirituality of Caregiving and a local retreat and workshop facilitator.

Click Here for the Registration Form.

If you need additional information on the conference, please contact Rev. Sylvia Ramos at or call me at 404-918-7432.

We look forward to see you at the conference. Please forward our website to anyone or any organization you think would benefit from this conference.




Ms. Bradford-Smith, Presenter of a Mediation Workshop

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We welcome Ms. Bradford-Smith as one of the speakers of the conference. As a mediator, Ms. Bradford-Smith’s goal is to keep clients from getting stuck on points that do not take them forward.  The client is the expert in solving those issues unique to their situation.

According to Ms. Bradford-Smith, listening is the cornerstone of mediation practice. It is the recognition of a perceived or real disparity of power and to facilitate a process that is respectful to all clients is essential.

For more information on her you can go to her web site below


Campbell Stone Apartments is the program Sponsor

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We are happy to announce that Campbell Stone Apartments is going to be the Program Sponsor for the conference.

We thank them for their support.


Legal Workshops for the conference

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Currently have 2 legal workshops set-up for the conference with the following workshops being given :

“The Legal Dos and Don’ts of Care giving”

“Power of Attorney, Health Directives and more”

Atlanta Conference Coming – Planning under way

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Excitement has started to swirl around the conference.  We are now getting our sponsors lined up and will be preparing registration packets.  The goal is to make this conference as affordable as possible.


  • Planning committee up and running
  • Keynoter lined up
  • Site Selected.
  • Tentative schedule done.



Daphne Reiley – Keynoter

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daphneDaphne Reiley is a member of Sandy Springs Christian Church, Sandy Springs, Georgia.  She provides spiritual support to shut-ins and caregivers, including providing a monthly communion vespers service at Northlake Gardens Assisted Living Residence.  Daphne’s heartfelt call is to continue to provide spiritual nurture to those living with dementia throughout the journey with the disease.

Daphne holds a Certificate in Spiritual Formation from Columbia Theological Seminary, awarded in September of 2010.  While a member at First Christian Church of Decatur (Disciples of Christ) in Decatur, Georgia, Daphne envisioned and developed the congregation’s Caregiver Spiritual Support Ministry, being commissioned to that ministry through August of 2012.

Her move to Sandy Springs Christian Church saw Daphne offer a series of adult focus group Sunday school classes including, lectio divina and centering prayer, lectio divina and journaling, and an exploration of one’s spiritual history: learning to write a spiritual autobiography.  She regularly presents workshops and seminars on issues important to caregivers and non-caregivers alike.

Daphne is currently enrolled in the Certificate in Spiritual Direction program with Columbia Theological Seminary.  Upon completion, she hopes to expand her ministry with older adults by providing a space for the elderly to continue exploring their relationship with the Holy.