You can stay informed by reading articles about caregiving and healthcare. I prefer to stick to reputable websites with updated and valid information. Here are some trusted sites to help and inspire you in your caregiving journey.
Read articles or join a support group to share and learn from others going through some of the same things. The best tips come from those who have walked before us. Check out these online resources. Always protect you and your loved ones privacy by doing your own research before trusting anyone with your information or requesting services.
There are experienced and trained caregivers who can provide care to both patients and their families. Seeking help can enable you and your loved ones to live happier lives. Dementia and Alzheimer's leaves caregivers confused and frustrated about how to care of someone. The internet offers information to help you find answers.
There are many others just like you seeking help and support and you can learn from them.
When it comes to performance in any job, it's your health that makes the most difference. Caregivers tend to overlook how important self-care is and they pay the price when they do.
You must be grounded emotionally and physically in order to do your work everyday. Here are some terrific resources to help you.
Remember, I am here for you!
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Caregiving and money go hand in hand. It either costs you for care, or cost you in wages to provide it. This section is for finding answers and options to lessen the financial impact of caregiving in your life. Resources available for the finances of caregiving:
Let's discuss your caregiving goals to develop solutions and gain traction to move forward with confidence.
I'll show you how to develop a mindset filled with hope and opportunities within caregiving.
I get excited about helping caregivers get organized, educated and learn how to manage and enjoy their lives.
Organizing is key to success, and I'll show you how to implement little steps leading to huge impact for getting things done.
Planning and self-assessment for caregiving can directly affect your outcome.
The future can be less stressful with peace of mind with just a few considerations for moving into the future.
I'll help you where you are today, and where you want to be.
Feeling overwhelmed is common to caregivers. Don't give up, give me a call.
I'll do my best to assist, accommodate and direct you toward other resources.
Costs: 1 Hour Consultation - $45
1.5 Hours is $60
(Consultation may is by in person, by phone or by way of using online chat)
What You Will Receive?
First we will discuss your intention and purpose for your consultation, caregiving and goals. You'll answer a series of questions about your specific circumstances. In order to help you effectively, I may request more information by having you complete a summary worksheet about your caregiving. I will email, or mail this to you and after you complete it and send it back to me we will move ahead with your consultation and my plan to get you on track!
The Great Benefits of Investing in a Consultation for Yourself:
1. Achieve focus in caregiving and your goals.
2. Learn quick and easy ways to organize for your life, to increase work-flow.
3. Learn your road-blocks and how to remove them.
4. Gain valuable tools to create a care team and find support.
5. Get ideas of how to avoid discord and difficult people.
6. Develop a specific plan to incorporate your own self care, and get your family to help more.
7. Develop a support system that helps carry you, as a caregiver
PLUS, receive access to downloadable PDF resources for caregiving and organizing, along with referrals to other resources.
Seminars available in the future - Following the launch of my book Redefining Caregiving, How to Take Care of Your Loved Ones and Yourself Too!
Look out for future announcement about my seminars for large and small group meetings available to educate, inform and support caregivers!
Be sure and visit again for updates on the book release!
Learn more about my book for caregivers.
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When people tell you to take care of yourself, as a caregiver, it's frustrating.
Most caregivers already know that and they are doing their best to try.
How do you respond when people make suggestions or comment about your caregiving when they don't know about your situation? That advice may be free, but how can you trust it, if they don't fully understand your circumstances?
Take a look at the FREE download of my book and get expert advice that can help.
My bet is you will want to share it with caregivers you know, because it's filled with unique insight and proven strategies for them. The book's content is based on my experience and many other professionals.
I know first hand what it's like being a caregiver because I began my journey years ago. In 2004 I started caregiving for my mother who developed severe dementia at age 59. I understand struggles facing married and single caregivers with children, because I lived as both. I also live with a chronic pain disorder which adds another dimension of challenge to caregiving. I share breakthrough news about how to create energy and sleep better with little effort. I don't provide medical advice, but I do share what has worked for me.
You can learn easy ways to handle difficult people who seem to undermine your caregiving efforts. Learn tips on how to handle situations within caregiving that will help and not hinder your efforts.
Books are like friendships in how they impact our lives and support us. Even if we put it on the shelf, we can always go back when we need it, so they are dependable in that way. Make this book your new friend who helps you with caregiving.
I'm creating courses to help caregivers with solutions and equip them more.
Learning ways to cope with the common hardships in caregiving can validate their efforts and keep them in the game.
I'm very excited for this space to grow into a place where caregivers seek refuge and gain empowerment.
Without accountability and friendships people can become narrow minded, and caregiving is a kaleidoscopic experience with twists and turns that make up different situations as you go along. Caregivers live with the stress of being tossed into chaos everyday, and if they don't take time to pull away from it, they fail to see the beauty in what they are doing.
Caregivers faces unique set of circumstances surrounding their cargiving. It can make you feel alone and without answers, but that doesn't mean they are. It can be difficult to find specific answers by researching the internet randomly and it takes time you don't have. I can help. If you have a question, please send me a message and I will try to answer. If I cannot find a solution, I will refer you in the direction of finding one.
Don't forget! Asking for help is a sign of strength!
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