You are not alone!

Tami Kolbinger, BS, ADC/MC, CDP, CADDCTProfessional Advice1 Comment

By: Tami Kolbinger, BS, ADC/MC, CDP, CADDCT If you are a caregiver, you do not have to do the work alone! Repeat after me, “I am not alone!” You have help and support. No matter what your journey–or where you may be in this journey, or whom you are caring for on this journey–I want you to know there is

Preparing for an Emergency: Make Sure You and Your Loved One are Ready

Mike Trullinger, Operations Battalion Chief/Public Information Officer.Professional Advice2 Comments

Preparing for an Emergency: Emergencies happen, so how should you prepare for an emergency for your loved one? Are you ready if an emergency happens today? It’s important to discuss emergency plans with the loved one you are caring for and to let him or her know how important it is to you. But planning for an emergency can seem

Minimizing Relocation Stress for your Loved One

Karin PaulyProfessional Advice1 Comment

By: Mary Bliesmer, RN, MPH, DNSc and Karin Pauly, Founder Caring for Nancy Mary taught professional nursing at Minnesota State University, Mankato for over 30 years with a focus on geriatric nursing in the clinical setting of long-term care. She holds a master’s degree in public health nursing from the University of Minnesota, a doctorate in nursing science from Rush

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

Estate Planning Basics

Claudia Revermann, Attorney, CPA at Revermann Law and Lucent Tax ReliefEnd of Life, Estate Planning, Professional Advice1 Comment

The day-to-day commitment of caring for a loved one is overwhelming to say the least. On top of that, dealing with the financial and legal aspects of planning for death and dying can be confusing and stressful. Here are a few key things to help you navigate these issues should they arise: #1: Planning for Incapacity A major concern is