When Caregiving Calls is a rare find—a book that is engaging, practical, and informed by cutting-edge research on care. It considers aspects often overlooked, such as the rewards that come from caring and the challenges families face when navigating America’s health care system. When Caregiving Calls is essential reading for those providing care, as well as for policy makers and social scientists interested in this critical issue.
Pet therapy can be a great option for caregivers looking for a way to lift the spirits of loved ones. Licensed pet therapy providers such as @TherapyDogsInt provides this special kind of caregiving from a furry friend: tdi-dog.org/OurPrograms.as… . #Caregiving #NationalPetMonth pic.twitter.com/5HVM7vDoPG
There’s a special group of caregivers doing double duty, caring for others at work, and at home. Their employers and families may not appreciate how the intersection of dual caregiving roles can be uniquely challenging. This post explains why. caregivingkinetics.com/why-it…
"Then she passed, & my recovery started...I spent days trying to determine my guilt or innocence...I got buried in family finances...at long last I wondered how my caregiving chores affected my own health and whether I could get myself healthy again" - from @WellspouseOrg writer