Moms and female caregivers enjoy rest and relaxation
Beach Haven, NJ, April 21, 2019 – The Island Guest House B&B is hosting a 3‐night respite retreat May 3rd ‐ 6th for moms and other female caregivers who have loved ones with extra needs. This turn of the century inn offers a step back in time with its old world charm. Gourmet breakfasts are provided after sleeping in one of the 18 rooms that offer both private and shared baths. The Island Guest House is updated with amenities for everyone to enjoy. This is certainly a retreat for people that want to experience a new level of relaxation as you are just steps away from the sandy beaches of the beautiful Atlantic Ocean. With over 20 years of experience hosting guests, these innkeepers have been honored Trip Advisors “Award of Excellence” and are ready to provide information regarding all the exciting eateries, sites and venues their lovely town has to offer.
This type of retreat is one of many scheduled throughout 2019 that AMR coordinates as part of our mission to provide much needed rest and relaxation to caregivers of children with extra needs across the country. The benefits of proactive self‐care have been long overlooked in the disability community. Acknowledging the emotional and physical impacts parents and caregivers face is imperative in ensuring the best long term care to their loved ones.
The mission of AMR is to provide affordable, year‐round, in‐person respite and fellowship opportunities for mothers and other caregivers of children/adults/spouses with disabilities. Partnerships with inns across the country like The Wild Horse Inn will afford guests of the program the opportunity for recuperative rest and rejuvenation.
A Mother’s Rest, as a 501c3 non profit, relies entirely on donations to support our respite events. For more information on this retreat and how you can help, please visit our website.
If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Jennifer Reuss at 804‐399‐6687 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
published gloucestercitynews.net | April 22, 2019