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I had the pleasure

“I had the pleasure and opportunity to organize 3 Share The Care groups within my parish community…we called the ministry “Circle of Hands”…each one was different and required different levels of support…it was amazing. Now 6 years later in a new state I may begin another group. What a gift this is. Thank you. I


I was a Funny Family….

“I was a Funny Family (what original STC groups were called) member for a dear neighbor, Bobbie Dean, 11 years ago as she entered final stage of breast cancer. Our Priest gathered her Funny Family (all neighbors) to teach us to help her through her death. I see the experience as one of the highlights


As you may have heard….

“As you may have heard by now, Mary Pat has ovarian cancer. During her treatment many people want to help, but don’t know how. Last night, a group of friends from St. Giles family Mass Community got together with Mary Pat to pray and begin to organize Mary Pat’s Community of Care. We are using


… inspiring, uplifting, full of wonderful ideas

“The presentation was inspiring, uplifting, full of wonderful ideas, well-timed breaks, well organized presentation. Sheila…held my interest throughout – so much interesting and useable information.”     ~ Community Outreach Worker      


Working as a team….. was eye-opening

“The exercise about working as a team around a specific case was eye-opening in all the multiple needs that can come up and how do you encompass all of that.” ~ Client Services Manager, for HIV/AIDS      


Very real practical information

“Excellent workshop. Very real practical information. This type of care can certainly enrich the lives of so many – whose only alternatives may be institutionalization.” ~ Home Health RN & Case Manager      


…meeting the needs of the millions of Americans living alone…

“Sheila Warnock’s book Share The Care will lead the national hospice movement to its next step, meeting the needs of the millions of Americans living alone who will need hospice care. Her work is groundbreaking.”                                                 ~  Deborah Duda, Author Coming Home, Caring for a Dying Loved One    


The personal stories put a real face on this model

“The personal stories put a real face on this model…several times I was reminded of situations, people in my own community…The model taps into the power of a group, the gifts that each person brings to the group, and how to make caregiving a sustainable and blossoming proposal.” ~  Activity Director Residential Care Home    


Excellent seminar…

“Excellent seminar – superb presenter whose mission in life is CLEAR. Keep doing what you’re doing – bringing this gospel to everyone, everywhere.” ~  Social Worker    

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