As we proceed on this complex caregiving journey together, we hope you find ways to be a better friend to yourself.
Self-compassion is a state of mind, a choice about how to feel.
Caregiving has improved my life in many ways.
It taught our family but especially our children – the gift of gratitude and how to accept help.
The good news is that technology is starting to catch up with care giving needs and now there are a variety of options to help alleviate care giving stress.
Most people are probably unaware that people caring for someone with memory loss requires thinking for two.
The Baby Boom Generation is becoming The Caregiver Generation.
Hope and optimism—two important and helpful words for the family caregiver. Both are a choice. And, sometimes difficult choices, indeed.
The reality is that you can't be there 24/7. But you can add another tool to your caregiver resource toolbox…
Sometimes the best support for caregivers is to give them a few tools to better support the patient.