PROVIDING GUIDANCE AND SUPPORT FOR family caregivers
Many family members are thrust into caregiving responsibilities when an aging parent has an accident or health crisis. The consequences of being unprepared can be devastating. You are in the emergency room with your loved one. The nurse wants to know: What medications is your family member taking and who are the doctors? Do you know?
Taking care of an aging or ill parent can be absolutely overwhelming and can last on average, seven years. That’s a very long time and a lot of uncertainty. As your caregiving role intensifies, life gets increasingly difficult to manage. The to-do lists are long and seem endless. The emotional toll is huge. At the end of your caregiving years, you deserve peace of mind, to be able to say that you had “no regrets,” and to treasure the memories.
COMPASSIONATE HELP WHEN YOU NEED IT MOST
I believe in helping caregivers manage their overwhelm and find meaning through their caregiving journey. I understand that caregiving is an emotional experience with a steep learning curve. As a caregiver myself, I felt all the range of emotions from extreme joy and happiness to severe fatigue and stress.
With compassionate guidance, I help family caregivers more joyfully manage their responsibilities through education, planning, and organization. My clients become more confident in their decision-making, learn effective communication techniques and successful coping strategies.
I provided customized support to all my clients as an advocate, mentor and empowering consultant through phone and in-person consultations. I work with clients who are family caregivers through 30-minute phone calls which can be scheduled weekly or as needed.
Personalized caregiving roadmap through the entire journey
In-hospital crisis program
Presentations to businesses, organizations, healthcare professionals and the 50+ population
Keynote Speaking and Lead Breakout Sessions
You should seek support if….
You want to be prepared for an accident or health crisis for yourself and your family.
You are currently a caregiver with questions and worries and would like help solving problems and preparing for the future.
You are expecting to become a caregiver in the near future because a family member is aging or has health issues.
Your caregiving years have ended. You are looking to transition to the next phase of your life more confidently.
Take you from chaos to control
Design a results-oriented plan of action
Lessons the learning curve
Face and manage difficult decisions
Explore coping strategies as demands intensify
Learn effective communication techniques to use with family members, doctors, and health care professionals
Guide you to useful resources to support your caregiving needs
Successfully transition, when your role ends, into your life’s next phase
Ready to Begin?
HOW TO GET STARTED
Call to schedule your free consultation. Identify your biggest concern or worry. Set an appointment for us to talk.
Over the phone, we will discuss your situation and find the program that works best for you.