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End of Year Accomplishments & Appeal


OVER THE YEARS YOUR SUPPORT has allowed us to evolve from a guidebook to a non-profit organization that continues to help care recipients, their caregivers and families at a vulnerable time by providing a tried and true plan for their relatives, friends and neighbors to help them. In fact, the recent STC research that included participants from the US, Canada and Australia confirm the benefits to everyone involved in a STC group.
“Having the different experiences spread around so nobody got really burnt out made our connection with each other on the team and with our friend just kind of one of grace, one of beauty, instead of obligation.”
~ Share The Care Group Member
Structured Interview, 2014
As we end 2015, STC is being used for a new State Initiative in Wisconsin that will focus on supporting people who live alone with early stage Alzheimer’s Disease.  Our next professional training is scheduled for December at North Shore-LIJ Stern Center for Rehabilitation in Manhasset, New York. We alsolearned that at the NYS Caregiving Respite Conference in Albany this month, the STC presentation rated “highest in relevance” for the 118 participants – caregivers and health professionals from throughout New York State.
We are optimistic about 2016, especially since we have recently welcomed three new Board members.  Our goal now is to step back and take an objective look at all we’ve accomplished and with the help of our Board, Steering Committee, Advisory Board, donors, caregivers, STC groups and volunteers chart a roadmap for the coming years.
As the STC model continues to touch the lives of so many around the world, we ask you to take action now.  Please consider a tax-deductible donation of$100, $500 or $1,000 to help us grow and expand our efforts.  Please give generously online at: or if you prefer to give by check please make it payable as listed below and mail it to the address shown.
C/o The National Center for Civic Innovation – 6th floor
121 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10013-1590
You can even make a significant donation to STC as a whole group.  Please visit our website DONATE page that lists a variety of ways people can give.And now you can support us by doing your online Holiday (or anytime) shopping or travel reservations through our website.
We always welcome your STC group photos and stories for the website. They really do inspire others. Please help us gain visibility and “LIKE US” on Facebook: Share The Care™ and: Twitter ShareTheCareOrg
With gratitude, we wish you and yours a Healthy and Joyous Holiday Season,
Sheila Warnock
Founder & President
Your tax-deductible donations will cover our conference fund allowing us to travel and present the STC model and research at highly visible conferences. (Our abstract has already been accepted by four.)  Also to cover the cost of books, printing brochures and creating new program materials.  My computer is over 12 years old and needs to be replaced.

Your support helped us to
accomplish so much in 2015


2015 NYS Caregiving & Respite Conference
Albany, NY
Final Transitions Conference Death, Science and Conciousness
Tucson, AZ
7th Annual Palliative Care Conference
Molloy College, NY
Pemphigus and Pemphigoid Conference
STC Professional Training
Baraboo, WI
Wausau, WI 
STC Professional Training
The Stern Family Center for Rehabilitation, Manhasset, NY 
IFC – 3rd World Congress on Integrated Care
Mexico City, MX
The Baraboo_ WI STC Training
The Baraboo, WI STC Training to kick-off a new state-wide initiative using STC to support people living alone with early stage Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia.
STC in Wausau_ WI
Training in Wausau, WI

This year we
introduced our First
STC Newsletter. People
tell us that they love our
Newsletter. We enjoy being
able to engage more often
with our STC caregivers and
groups as well as health
professionals, corporations
and faith communities.


Share The Care™
  • increases the caregiving preparedness of group members
  • supports a care receiver’s ability to stay at home
  • is replicable, can be applied across multiple settings & circumstances
  • ensures longevity through its structured system of care
  • helps reduce the burden of the caregiver
  • has a positive impact on
    everyone involved
“It was the most rewarding experience of my life. It proved that I could contribute so much without feeling overwhelmed or overburdened. It taught me to trust others, to know the real meaning of “team work.”
Emotionally, being able to choose to help according to my strengths and to “pass the buck”where I felt I was weak was a Godsend.”
~ Research Participant
Today_s Caregiver Award


 In April Sheila was honored with the prestigious
Maggie Kuhn Award by 
Presbyterian Senior Services 
for her vision, leadership and dedication to help caregivers.

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