It is never to late to take a moment to thank a caregiver,
My goal is to help as many folks as I can understand the truest form of end of life care.
Jann Arden shares a deeply personal story about ‘home’ and her aging father
A dementia diagnosis can frighten and devastate all who are affected. When a husband is diagnosed with dementia, his wife is at risk of becoming the “hidden patient.” Sometimes the responsibilities of caring for a husband with dementia causes stress leading to caregiver burnout. Caregiving wives may feel trapped, obligated or compelled to go it … Continued
Angela G. Gentile speaks to the issues that she sees as a social worker dealing with elderly clients in Manitoba.
Having the courage to decide that it is time to change the way you think signals growth.
Does this message reflect how you think about your Mother?
Hi Mike, We really DO own caregivingmatters.ca. Honest! Opal
One of the many definitions of wisdom is “the quality of having experience, knowledge and good judgment.” Note that there is no mention of age as a prerequisite!
Patricia is the author of The Blue Cotton Gown: A Midwife’s Memoir and Arms Wide Open: A Midwife’s Journey, as the author interviews herself!