The Caring Generation Library® – After Caregiving
After Caregiving – Caregivers have great difficulty re-establishing lives and daily routines. The role of caregiver ends when a loved one transitions or when a loved one is moved to a care community. Significant loss and guilt is experienced by caregivers when roles change and caregivers find themselves without the past daily routine of acting in the role of a caregiver. If you’re a caregiver how do you re-establish routines to support a return to a life without caregiving?
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By Pamela D. Wilson, CSA,MS, BS/BA, C Caregivers have a definite and measurable purpose when the individuals for whom they care remain alive. After caregiving, many caregivers feel lost and without purpose. This often occurs because the caregiver being dedicated gives up their entire life:Free Family Library - Read
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Caregivers are happy, energetic, helpful people ready to jump in to lend a helping hand. Caregivers are individuals who find it impossible to say no and who refuse to manage their schedules but instead allow schedules, requests and demands to manage them. This inability to say no, in addition to reaFamily Subscription Library - Login or Subscribe