Happy Thanksgiving & Holiday Season

The DayBreak team wants to take a moment to let you know how thankful we are to have friends and families like you. We wish you and yours nothing but the best this Thanksgiving and throughout the holiday season.
The winner of the 3rd
Annual DayBreak
"Howl"loween
Dog Costume
Parade was: 
Lincoln the "Bumblebee"
and Michael Harper
Thank you to everyone who participated and
joined in our festivities. We would also like
to thank our special guest judge, Mayor Levy.
It would not have been possible without all who took part...
the participants - furry and not, the student volunteers - Taryn and Sequoia, and Pat Hill, from the Courier!
...we hope to see you again next year!
Check out all the fun
we had in October..
VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT:
 Teresa Hutchison
Originally from Abilene, Kansas - Teresa is a retired, WPHS math teacher with 3 adult daughters and husband, Bill. For the last 9 years, Teresa and her husband lived in the United Kingdom and on the East Coast but recently retired to Woodland Park. She loves to travel, camp, hike, read, cook, spend time with/family and
watch college basketball.
After hearing about and reading about DayBreak in the local paper, Teresa was intrigued about the program and decided to
investigate it further.
She is so glad so did.
She stated, "The mission is so important and I hope to do a small part to contribute to the program. Our seniors have so much wisdom and experience to share and I want to do what I can to help enrich their lives."
We are so glad you found us Teresa...
...you are a true DayBreak Champion!!

Mark your calendars and join the festivities...
there are several of ways to GIVE!
this holiday season!!!
Check out our profile at:
www.indygive.com/DayBreak
Special Shout Out
to this year's
2019 IndyGive!
Match Sponsors

DayBreak would like to thank Doug and Tracie Nicoll, owners of Life Quality Homes in Colorado Springs and the DayBreak Board of Directors for their repeat support as match sponsors
in our annual
IndyGive! Campaign.

This year, Beneficent - a Medicaid Consulting Group, founded and led by Stacy Osborn with headquarters in Colorado Springs, joined our match sponsorship circle with a $2000.00 contribution.
DayBreak continues to be blessed with generous donors throughout the Pikes Peak region, and we are looking forward to another successful campaign.

Book Review:
SUNDOWN SYNDROME
by Clayton Geoffreys
In  Sundown Syndrome: The Ultimate Guide to What It Is, Treatment, and Prevention , you'll learn all the fundamentals of Sundown Syndrome. This book covers a variety of topics regarding different stages of Alzheimer’s, how Sundown Syndrome develops, prevention techniques for Sundown Syndrome, and treatment methods. Caring for someone with Sundown Syndrome can be difficult, which is why it’s important to understand the ins and outs of the condition. If you feel like you are developing Sundown Syndrome or are a caregiver for someone coping with Sundown Syndrome, read this book to begin your quest of better understanding and treating the condition.