Many caregivers report feelings of “anticipatory grief” while caring for a loved one whose condition declines slowly. Such feelings can begin long before the actual death of a loved one.
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#WhenCaregivingCalls includes questions for reflection at the end of each chapter to help caregivers understand and process their experiences. By reflecting upon aspects of their care responsibilities, caregivers can forge new possibilities of growth.
Now available as an #audiobook, #WhenCaregivingCalls explores the family caregiving dynamic, including how a care recipient’s changing mental and physical state can lead to growing vulnerability, need, and loneliness—for them, and for the caregiver. buff.ly/3uUF2Wk pic.twitter.com/5Y7OHNGIu1
FREE Virtual Caregiver Wellness Retreat, live from Calgary, for family & professional caregivers.
May 28th, 9.00-11:30pm MST.
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Examining how #caregiving may be reshaping your personal relationship with your care recipient and other members of your family can give you insight into some of the emotions you may be experiencing as a result of the #caregiver role.