Elder care issues affect us all. I’m a daughter, sister, granddaughter, wife and mother. Someday, my children or my husband may have to care for me. Someday, I may have to care for my parents, or a sibling.
- We all need to consider how elder care changes communities, workplaces, and businesses.
- We all need to think about what kind of care we want.
- We all have decisions to make about the end of life.
I offer coaching and connecting services for caregivers and elder care professionals, and consulting services for businesses and organizations who want to reach caregivers and seniors in a new way.
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Elder Care Tip
Pick up a new hobby or set a new goal. A caregiving life doesn't leave much free time, so choose a goal or hobby that aligns with your interests and passions. Think small and simple, and aim for something you would enjoy. If you've been entrenched in a cycle of grief and burnout, the pursuit of new hobbies and goals can offer great healing.
Want to create some new caregiving goals? I can help.
As an elder experiencing a difficult transition—anticipating a move to a senior living community, moving forward after the loss of a spouse, dealing with a life-changing diagnosis—a new hobby or goal provides a positive focus, inspires growth, and offers an enjoyable distraction.
Read more elder care tips here.