You are a caregiver. Your loved one needs care. Who is the act of caregiving about, you or them? If you are in the right mindset, caregiving is about your loved one not you. When caregiving becomes about you it is likely you have failed to make a plan or set... Read more
To talk to Dr. Temple Grandin on the telephone you’d find a person constantly busy, flying here and there for meetings, work and educational projects. Yet when you research or talk to Dr. Grandin you’ll find out she was diagnosed with autism at birth. ... Read more
The Caregiving Trap: Solutions for Life’s Unexpected Changes
Caring for aging parents and family members with declining health can stir up a range of feelings that include guilt, sadness, and exhaustion. Learn how to cope with the unexpected role of caregiving and care receiving.