Tag Archives: caregiving

Dear families of clients receiving in-home care-giving,

There are a few things that I’d like to share with you. I believe that you want the best possible care for your loved one, and so do we, the caregivers. There seem to be some common misconceptions surrounding the … Continue reading

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My Terrible, Horrible, Incredibly Blessed Morning

Today was one of those mornings that I just couldn’t seem to get myself together in a timely manner. I hit snooze more than my allotted two times.  I keep hoping one day I will morph into a morning person … Continue reading

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My Rollercoaster Client: Mrs Drama

As I look for the next work opportunity that God brings me to, I am treasuring my time as a caregiver. Honestly, this job has some jewels and a lot of not very glamorous moments; however one of my favorite … Continue reading

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A Concept that changed my perspective for the better

I was introduced to a new concept in Sociology class when I was in college.  The idea was that every family has its own culture, and every household its own microculture. This point was made by our instructor when one … Continue reading

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Perfectly Aged

Who decided that aging is unattractive?  All healthy adults do.  We grow until we are in our late 20’s. (contrary to popular belief that we are done growing when we are 18, our brain is still growing until we near … Continue reading

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