The Caring Generation® Free Library
Pamela D. Wilson, Caregiving Expert – Proven Formulas to Avoid Caregiving Mistakes
Online caregiving support to relieve the stress and anxiety of caregiving and to solve caregiving problems is here with the click of a button. Welcome to my FREE Caregiving Library.
You’ll find articles on the main website and “by subscription-only” articles inside the membership area of The Caring Generation® FREE library. Check out the articles on the website and subscribe to receive member’s only online caregiving support.
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We’ve updated the membership area to be more user-friendly. Information in the 30 categories is easier to find. Articles are added on a regular basis to the member’s section. You are welcome to comment and leave suggestions about caregiving subjects that interest you. I want to hear your caregiving concerns.
Caregivers you are not alone. The articles, podcasts, videos, and tip sheets in the library offer a proven formula to avoid caregiving mistakes. Coming soon to the membership area will be access to online support groups and programs on specific subjects like caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s, power of attorney, managing in-home caregivers, and more.
My Caregiving Expertise Will Help You
My 20+ years of expertise as a court-appointed guardian, power of attorney, and as a care manager is rare. My life experience with the loss of both parents, a brother, and a sister is also rare.
I am the caregiving expert who has been where you are. I offer valuable and proven solutions to caregiving problems. I’ve spent thousands of hours of on the ground advocating for caregivers and older adults with hospitals, nursing homes, care communities, care agencies, and other providers. Caregiving is a struggle!
You already know caregiving isn’t going to get easier. As the health of a loved one continues to decline, the challenges grow. It’s important to have an expert you can rely on to give you the answers and solutions you need. I’m here for you.
Caregiving Mistakes Happen
As family caregivers, we don’t know what we don’t know. Before I became a caregiving expert, I made plenty of mistakes with my aging parents who passed away over 20 years ago. I can’t turn back the clock. I can help you avoid similar mistakes.
Caregivers don’t know the right questions to ask. Small, but important details are missed. Unnecessary mistakes happen. Providers try to convince you that they know better than you about what a loved one needs. Not always so!
Aging parents, spouses, and other family members receive substandard care. It is a daily struggle to care for a loved one and to coordinate care with doctors and other service providers. Frustrations can skyrocket when stress and anxiety become overwhelming. The poor quality of care in some situations is shocking.
Avoid Caregiving Struggles and Stress
You already know the struggle. You live the role of a caregiver, day in and day out. Phone calls not returned, medication errors, health issues that seem to have no solution. Some days it seems like no one cares.
The time to get help is now before you experience total exhaustion, frustration, and burnout. If something happens to you, who will care for your aging parent, spouse, or family member?
Join the member’s only FREE subscription library today to relieve stress and find solutions.
Gain Access to Proven Formulas To Reduce Caregiving Stress
The secret to improving caregiving situations is to become more confident in your ability to fearlessly advocate for the care of a loved one. I’ve got your back. The role of a caregiver is one of a long list of roles and responsibilities that can feel overwhelming.
Aging parents, spouses, and other family feel helpless and depend on you. They are afraid of what the future will bring.
Having a plan for care helps relieve fear about the unknown. The stress and anxiety of caregiving can be relieved by online caregiving support programs.
It’s Time to Get Help
Many caregivers and care receivers feel immobilized and exhausted; unable to take action. Feeling frozen and unable to make decisions only results in more stress. The emotional and physical stress of caregiving will continue to build without support.
All of the other worries: financial, not having enough time for caregiving, being afraid to ask questions, medical diagnoses concerns, and feeling alone can become easier with caregiving support. It’s up to you to take the first step.
As an aging parent, spouse, or family care receiver, you may have lost all hope that there are any solutions to your present situation. Additional support for caregivers can be found by joining my Private Online Facebook group for caregivers, named after my book, The Caregiving Trap.
Click HERE to join my private online support group.
Online Caregiving Support Relieves the Stress and Anxiety of Caregiving
Taking action to move your situation forward is the way to make progress and relieve caregiving stress. You’ll find many of the answers you are seeking in the member’s subscription-only library.
And, if you want more, programs and additional support are on the way in the first quarter or 2019. By becoming a member you’ll receive early bird notices of new programs as they become available. Membership has benefits!
Online caregiving support relieves the stress and anxiety of caregiving and helps you solve caregiving problems and avoid unnecessary mistakes. Joining with other caregivers online group is another way to feel heard and share frustrations with other caregivers who understand.
The information in The Caring Generation FREE library represents real situations from my 20+ years of being on call 24/7 helping caregivers and aging adults. You’ll find a wide range of caregiving topics and ideas, stories and interviews with caregivers, physicians, and healthcare policy experts from a wide range of backgrounds.
Join Today to Receive Early Bird Access to New Programs
By joining the member’s only subscription library you will have access to support and programs not available elsewhere. Join me today in making caregiving less stressful and to get better care for your loved one. You’ll also receive early bird access to new programs as they become available.
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