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Palliative Care for Those Living With Dementia

Dementia moves at such a glacial pace that family caregivers begin to do more and more without even realizing it, and they become exhausted.
Posted on February 2, 2021

We’re Doing Aging Wrong – Plan to Age Well

  We’re doing aging wrong. Our healthcare system delivers quick interventions that act as band-aids but fail to include the entire family. Our medical
Posted on January 26, 2021

Knowledge is a Caregivers Best Friend

Lacking the knowledge of how to best care for someone with Alzheimer’s is common for most family caregivers. Each person is unique, and the
Posted on January 19, 2021

Anxiety Over The End-Of-Life Process

The end of life isn’t something most of us want to discuss or think about most of the time. We don’t want to talk
Posted on January 12, 2021

Letting Go With Love (W/Barbara Karnes)

How can we manage “letting go with love” when our society views death as a failure? Dying is a process we will all go
Posted on January 12, 2021

Paperwork Isn’t Sexy (But It’s Important)

Paperwork isn’t sexy, In the eighties, promises of four-day workweeks and paperless offices were made thanks to the desktop computer. This promise has never
Posted on January 5, 2021

Smiling Through Your Tears (Anticipatory Grief)

Is it normal to feel grief for someone when they’re still alive? We may not realize that’s what we’re feeling. Many people assume it’s a
Posted on December 29, 2020

A Musical, Emotional Memoir on Caregiving (Caregiver Carols)

Caregiver Carols A Musical Emotional Memoir is a book with a unique twist. It focuses on dealing with the emotional aspects of caregiving. In
Posted on December 22, 2020

More Caring for The Caregiver

As a new caregiver or one who has been caregiving for a while, you’re going to hear how important it is to take care
Posted on December 15, 2020

End-Of-Life Considerations

End-of-life considerations can be hard, but necessary.  My friend’s dad died today. He was 89, and he had contracted the Coronavirus. Before that, he
Posted on December 10, 2020