As a caregiver you’ve faced several challenges that are uniquely yours. Although these challenges (both good and bad) are unique there are similarities to somone else’s caregiver situation. Sharing your story and opening your heart are two very generous gifts you can offer a fellow caregiver. Here is an Inspirational story of opening your heart … Continue reading Uniquely Yours but Similar Enough
Starting a new social group can sound daunting but the rewards are priceless. Caring Collaborative Networks are popping up across the country. Social groups or caring collaboratives are a great way to learn and share with fellow caregivers; consequently providing a form of respite. The Transition Network has all the information you need to get … Continue reading Start a Caring Collaborative your area
Every one of us will experience being a caregiver at some point in our lives. Likewise, some of us will have an opportunity to care for veteran and military service members. To improve your caregiving experience you should certainly have as many usible resources as possible. For instance, AARP has released a great resource, providing … Continue reading Are you a military caregiver?
Happy Father’s Day. Protecting your child(ren) is a responsibility that never goes away which is why having a conversation on advance care planning is so important. These conversations help your loved ones become aware of and understand your wishes. It will not alleviate all stress but can decrease the amount of stress experienced by not … Continue reading For this Father’s Day, have the conversation
Does your business or the company you work for have a care culture you can be proud of? Do you feel supported by your employer when it comes to having to tend to your caregiving responsibilities? Here is a great report released by Harvard Business School https://www.hbs.edu/managing-the-future-of-work/Documents/The_Caring_Company.p https://www.hbs.edu/managing-the-future-of-work/Documents/The_Caring_Company.pdf df
June 6, 2019 is ‘What matters to you?’ Day. The aim of creating a day around this question is to help encourage the shift of conversation between patient and health care provider from what is wrong with you, to what matters to you. The intention of the question has since expanded to reach everyone you … Continue reading What Matters to You?