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Pro-Life for Caregivers
Question from Aimee Gustitis on 5/6/2019:

Dear Judie,

My name is Aimee Gustitis and I am a Nourish For Caregivers support group facilitator. My reason for writing is to raise awareness for the topic of caregivers and highlight the essential role they play in the pro- life movement.

Caregivers are responsible for elderly, sick and disabled loved ones. These groups are often marginalized because they do not contribute secular value to society, and the role of a caregiver can go unnoticed and unappreciated. However, from a spiritual perspective their work goes directly to the essence of what it means to be pro-life. By providing comfort, dignity, activities of daily living care and many other services, caregivers are a shining example of pro-life in action.

Although there are many bereavement ministries available after a loved on has passed, those actively providing care need just as much if not more practical, emotional and spiritual support. It is here where Nourish strives to fill the ministry void.

To learn more about this caregiver program please visit www.nourishforcaregivers.com. Perhaps there is way for Nourish to collaborate with you in your pro-life ministry?

Please know I will keep your holy work and special intentions in my prayers.

Most sincerely, Aimee J. Gustitis, BSN, RN, JD

Answer by Judie Brown on 5/7/2019:

Aimee

Here is the HALO response to your email Aimee, written by Julie Grimstad

Aimee,

Your program sounds awesome and looks like a good fit with HALO. We invite you to to write an article about Nourish For Caregivers for our monthly newsletter? It is a priority of ours to inform people about programs that serve people in need of care as well as provide support for caregivers. Looking at our past newsletters will give you an idea about the format. To see previous newsletters, go to our website at www.halorganization.com and click on "Newsletters/Issues". The newsletters are listed by month on the left side of page if you scroll down a bit.

Sincerely, Julie Grimstad, President of HALO julie@halorganization.com

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Caregivers are indeed a vital part of the pro-life effort. This is why I am involved with the Healthcare Advocacy and Leadership Organization (HALO) https://halorganization.com

Please visit the website and see how they handle patient advocacy. Your advice and involvement would be sincerely appreciated: https://newsletter.halorganization.com/p/patient- advocacy.html

Judie

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