Death is a scary thought. No one wants to think about dying. Having a well constructed Estate Plan will not only make things easier on those left behind but will give you peace of mind so you don’t have to think about (or dwell on) death.
The Expectant Caregiver is someone with a concern that at some point in the future a relative or close friend will need more and more assistance and time from you, making you their caregiver.
As a caregiver, hospitals can sometimes feel like our second home. It’s hard to know how a caregiver should prepare for their caree’s hospital stay. While the staff at the hospital are usually helpful and generally accommodating, your comfort is not their top priority. With these hospital tips for caregivers you will be able to make your stay in the hospital comfortable so you can be more focused on getting your caree the help they need and get you both home to life as you know it.
How do you achieve the illusive caregiver survival? With the six caregiving stages as your roadmap you will emerge transformed. By following this guide you will gain purpose, hope and confidence that will move with you through the next stage of caregiving and beyond. You will be able to look back on your time as a caregiver with tremendous pride, free of guilt and regret. The knowledge and skills you gain can be used to enhance other parts of your life. When your journey does come to an end, you will see that you came out as not merely a survivor but a conqueror.
As a caregiver, one of my biggest challenges was accepting help. I was certain no one was better equipped to take care of my MIL than I was. It didn’t matter who they were, how much training they had, how long they had known my MIL, no one could care for her according to my standards. Find out what the Simple Daily Care Sheet will do for you in my review!