(Spouses or Parents)
Often the road feels lonely when you suddenly become responsible for the care of your spouse or your parents. Feelings of being overwhelmed, loss, and sadness along with a lack of resources are just a few of the things that can get in the way of providing the care that you have envisioned for your loved one.
I am here to tell you that if you are caring for your spouse or your parents, it is hard and challenging work. Nobody prepares you for this type of journey, and often you are reacting to events instead of strategically planning for the next moment, hour, day or beyond.
You are not alone. I am here to work with you to uncover some of the things that are getting in the way of helping you navigate through a very complex medical system for seniors. I will help you create a blueprint for success in your role as caregiver to either your spouse or parents.
One of the areas that we will start with is to examine what your goals and needs are. Does this sound foreign to you? Probably, because most people are focused on your spouse or parent. I am going to focus on you. This is what I know for sure. If the caregiver is not taken care of, the attention to others is compromised. Creating clarity with the caregiver will only enhance the quality of life of your spouse or parent.
To Help You, The Caregiver
4 Modules that will provide information and practical advice and tools for the challenges of dealing with a loved one who is dying.
3 Master Classes to Guide you, The Caregiver. Communication, Children and Grief, Anticipatory Grief.
Let’s work together to achieve peace of mind through this unknown period.