Do you need to get better control of your anger? All caregivers should read this article.
Category: Caregiver Burnout
As much as we would like to continue caring for a loved one, sometimes we know that it just cannot continue.
Caregiving can be a full-time job in itself, between meals, appointments, organizational tasks and providing company and support. Balancing this emotionally and physically taxing work on top of another job is no easy feat.
Caregiver burnout is very common. Do you know the signs of it and what to look for?
National Caregivers Alliance estimates that up to 70 per cent of caregivers have significant symptoms of depression.
Begin 2018 with the idea of freeing yourself from guilt.
Acknowledging the losses that come with having a chronically ill family member, assessing the impact and assisting to process the grief can be beneficial in relieving tension.
In this video, health and wellness expert Marlene George shares valuable information, strategies and tools for caregivers to maintain their health while tending to the needs of others.
Christmastime can be particularly difficult for caregivers. When you are responsible for the health and well being of someone else every day of the year including holidays, you may feel like you cannot participate in events as you would like.
Caregivers are susceptible to stress, anxiety and fatigue, society executive director Diane MacDougall said. That’s in part due to a lack of communication in the health care system, she said.