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Being a family caregiver is no small feat. Balancing your own needs with those of the person for whom you are providing care is tricky. Here are some ideas for coping and giving yourself a much-needed boost:
As you read this, you may realize that you’ve probably heard this information before. Would you accept our invitation to re-visit these ideas with an open mind and an intention to help yourself alleviate the damaging effects of prolonged stress?
I met a caregiver (“Martin”) last month at the Alzheimer’s Association. We were both passing through for our own purposes and for some unknown reason
We all know the two sides to this time of year – the fun part, including the anticipation of seeing loved ones and spending quality time, enjoying children’s excitement, cooking and eating together and the general good spirits of the holidays
Karin Kidd RN, BS, Co-leader for the greater northern bay area for the organization "Compassion & Choices.” Karin has been a registered nurse for 45 years with a focus Oncology, Reconstructive surgery, Medical Ethics and Palliative care. Dennis Pocekay, MD, MPH practiced at Kaiser Permanente in the Bay Area for 28 years, is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, Preventive Medicine, and Occupational Medicine. For more information contact: Stefanie Elkin firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Sonia Mosch is a Board Certified Clinical Neuropsychologist (by the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology) working in the Twin Cities for the past 15 years doing diagnosis and treatment of dementia. In addition to dementia, her specialties include MS, Parkinson’s disease, Concussion, and Sports/Performance Psychology.