Posts Tagged ‘caregiving’
Are you a caregiver? Watch this video to learn important information about your critical role and how to take care of your well being too.
By Deborah Schwartz, LCSW-C I always look to my husband with great respect and admiration for fulfilling the commandment of “Honor Thy Father and Thy Mother” to the highest standard that he could. He moved his mother into our home when she could no longer live on her own. He…Read More
November is Family Caregivers Month. By Mimi B. Kraus, LCSW-C, JCS Therapy Services When you are young and in love and the future beckons before you like a long road, empty and full of potential, the last thing on your mind may be sickness or disability. When you are middle…Read More
November is Family Caregivers Month. By Karen Nettler, MSW For many of us, we first enter into our relationships with our significant others in the prime of our lives — our 20’s and 30’s. We repeat that familiar refrain with conviction: “For better or for worse, in sickness and in…Read More
By Jacqueline Kreinik, R.N., M.S., CMC With so many people living longer today, most of us eventually are going to be taking care of an aging relative, whether it’s a parent, spouse or other family member — if we aren’t already doing so. No matter how good our relationships with…Read More
By Janet Kurland, LCSW-C and Gail Lipsitz Whether the bread is white, rye, or whole wheat, a sandwich isn’t a sandwich without the filling between the slices. If you’re in the appropriately named “Sandwich Generation,” that means you’re an adult who’s carrying multiple caregiving responsibilities – most often trying to…Read More