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EleanorSilverbergProinGriefandDementiaI help empower caregivers by providing coping tools to strengthen their inner resiliency and…
A Cocoon in the Form of a Book

Are you open to make change, willing to learn & ready to practice what you learn?

This hands-on, practical guidebook will help you strengthen your inner resiliency and ability to cope. Stands out for helping you process the losses you're ...

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EleanorSilverbergProingratituderocksI help empower caregivers by providing coping tools to strengthen their inner resiliency and…

Be kind and grateful. Don't judge others because you do not know what kind of battle they are struggling with. Caregiving is Everywhere!

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noranasserI care for someone with Alzheimer's Disease

He was sitting there on the edge of his bed. Motionless, depressed, zoning out and looking out the window, he was mesmerized by the falling raindrops. He always loved winter and rain. Was was he thinking about? How was he feeling? She comes in to ...

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Monique is feeling sad

Feel as if I have too much to deal with

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SusanHyattProinElderCareSusan Hyatt is CEO of Silver Sherpa, Inc. For more information go to https://www.silversherpa.net.

Looking to the future with a growing aging population, consideration will have to be given to services that #silversolos will need. We need to think about elder orphans and plan ahead: http://bit.ly/2sjhrmt

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Elder orphans: Aging alone

Elder orphans will demand different services to fill different needs By Susan Hyatt New trends generate new terms and one you are going to hear a lot more about is elder orphans. They are Baby Boom…

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MarkStolowProCEO at Huddol - committed to helping every caregiver along the journey.
Get to Know a Huddol Pro: Katherine Arnup

@KatherineArnup is a writer, life coach, hospice volunteer, and retired university professor. Her latest book, “I don’t have time for this!” A Compassionate Guide to Caring for Your Parents and Yourself, provides a roadmap for people on the ...

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KatherineArnup | Huddol

I'm a writer, family caregiver, hospice volunteer, and life coach specializing in transitions and end of life care.

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MarkStolowProCEO at Huddol - committed to helping every caregiver along the journey.

A new Huddol community dedicated to caregivers. If you don't yet know the Connexions Resource Centre, I would encourage you to spend some time with them. Doing amazing things for caregiving Canadians.

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Connexions Resource Centre | Huddol

We are a non-profit organization that serves and promotes the health, well-being and vitality of the English-speaking population of the Outaouais.

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jemayI care for someone with Alzheimer's Disease

My husband is starting to have nightmares that are disturbing and wake him and myself. I’m not sure what I can do to help us both get a better sleep?

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t_ballentineI care for my disabled adult son and help care for my parent who has Alzheimer's.
MarkStolowProCEO at Huddol - committed to helping every caregiver along the journey.

For caregiver facing legal matters or questions, I strongly encourage you to connect into the POA (Power of Attorney) community. It's rich with helpful content. Also send a shout out to @Eldercareexpert.

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The Power of Attorney Project | Huddol

It is a web-based project with experts such as lawyers, educating families on a wide-range of POA topics.

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