Syntero’s Older Adults program has developed the Grandparents Resource Guide to help grandparents who have taken on caregiver or guardian roles for their grandchildren.
Topics include tech, nutrition, clothing, shelter, education and overall wellness. Local resources primarily focus on Dublin and Franklin County; however, many resources are beneficial for all grandparent guardians.
During the 2020-2021 school year, K-12 students faced unique challenges as many students adjusted to virtual learning or navigated safety regulations while struggling to understand complex social issues. Despite the tumultuous year, Syntero’s School-Based Teams developed innovative ways to serve vunerable youth populations in Franklin, Delaware and Morrow Counties.
Stay tuned for the Syntero 2020 Report to the Community to learn how Syntero infused its core values of integrity, empowerment, innovation and inclusiveness in every aspect of client care and operations.
While Suicide is a difficult public health crisis to talk about, it affects people across all cultures, populations and age groups. This Sept. 15, the City of Dublin and Dublin Police are partnering with local mental health providers, including Syntero, to offer residents a space to discuss suicide prevention as an important community conversation in Dublin. The town hall will feature presentations about debunking common myths, how to talk to someone considering suicide, and ways to support yourself or other in your life with mental health resources.
See the agenda and registration form for this town hall here.
Syntero’s Grief Support Group provides a safe space for people who are experiencing any type of grief. The pandemic has brought additional challenges to our grieving process, where many have not been able to connect with others for support. The Grief Support Group provides a virtual network of peer support to share your loss and grief journey to promote healing.
To register, please contact the Syntero Intake Department at 614.889.5722 ext. 133