The Heart of the Caregiver Offers Instant Online Support to Caregivers Across The Globe

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In honor of National Family Caregivers Month, The Heart of the Caregiver will provide free access to its “Five Steps to Transformation,” the first introductory program offering immediate online support to caregivers of anyone with physical and mental disabilities, chronic illness, or geriatric issues.

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“Our mission is to give accessible, immediate help to any and all caregivers,” says THOTC Author and Founder, Mary Tutterow.

The Heart of the Caregiver (THOTC) will provide free access to “Five Steps to Transformation,” the first introductory program to offer immediate support to caregivers of anyone with physical and mental disabilities, chronic illness, or geriatric issues in honor of National Family Caregivers Month.

“Our mission is to give accessible, immediate help to any and all caregivers,” says THOTC Author and Founder, Mary Tutterow. “Through a workbook, online resources and virtual support groups, our program meets caregivers wherever they are with the ultimate goal of helping them move from overwhelmed to overjoyed.”

THOTC is the only organization to offer online courses and resources to guide an array of caregivers through simple steps for reframing perspective on their caregiving situation. To compliment self-study and educational materials, the organization provides virtual small groups to serve as a peer network for encouragement, sharing, and support.

“THOTC reminded me that I was not alone in facing my husband’s illness,” said Dianne Terry, a recent participant. “In my darkest hours, I could digest encouragement from the workbook and connect with other caregivers online for support. When I needed it, my support system was there.”

Through November 30, 2016, THOTC will give free access to its “Five Steps to Transformation” including online worksheets and videos of a small group dynamic and discussion. To download the “Five Steps to Transformation,” visit http://www.theheartofthecaregiver.com.

More About The Heart of the Caregiver:
More than 90 million people in the U.S. provide care for family coping with conditions such as Alzheimer’s, autism, epilepsy, cancer, and more. THOTC is on a mission to give immediate, accessible support to these caregivers. With resources ranging from online courses to virtual support groups, THOTC focuses on meeting caregivers with the help needed whenever, wherever they are. THOTC is an invitation to a new beginning – to see yourself, your situation and the person you are caring for in a whole new way – through the light of God’s amazing love.

To learn more for yourself, a friend, your church, or community outreach center, visit http://www.theheartofthecaregiver.com. THOTC invites you to download a sample chapter, opt-in to an email list for dates and times of support groups, purchase the workbook, and learn more about the author. For additional resources, connect with THOTC on Facebook.

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