Caregiver Burnout

Karin PaulyCaregiving Support, Professional AdviceLeave a Comment

Take Care of You, Your Health is at Risk Let’s face it, caregiving is hard work! Really, really hard. In fact, I believe it is one of the most challenging roles in the world. I discovered during my journey of caregiving there were many who just didn’t “get it” – what is involved in caregiving, the changes to the caregiver’s

Your Loved One is Approaching End-of-Life. Know Your Hospice Care Options

Shea PedersonCaregiving Support, End of Life, Professional Advice2 Comments

By: Shea Pederson, RN, BSN, Outreach Coordinator, Quiet Oaks Hospice House and Respite Care 5537 Galaxy Road, St. Augusta, MN 320-255-5433  Quietoakshospicehouse.org  When people conceive children, there is time for preparation, planning, saving money, and gathering supplies.  Many receive support from family, friends, and can plan for time away from work.  This is a time to celebrate new life, life

Three Things All Caregivers Need to Know

Jodi Speicher, VP of Sales & Marketing, Good Shepherd CommunityCaregiving Support, Professional AdviceLeave a Comment

Three Things All Caregivers Need to Know The world of caregiving is very complicated and often overwhelming. It can be one of the most difficult journeys one travels in a lifetime. However, it can also be joyful, beautiful and profoundly fulfilling; precious time spent together with those you care for and love. There are three important things for all caregivers