Posts Tagged ‘aging’

Virtual Caregiving Community #2

Even as I work with professional and family caregivers, as well as case managers and social workers around shifting the paradigms of caregiving in this country, I acknowledge that it is often an experience that presents us with overwhelming, energy draining, heartbreaking, extremely challenging moments, days, weeks, months and years. There can easily be a…

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Laughter as Caregiving Tonic for the Soul

The person who can bring a spirit of laughter into a room is indeed blessed.            Bennett Cerf The Emergency Room bays were filled and the wait was long. There was a lot of life happening in a side of the world that my sister and I did not witness very often. Our mother had…

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Poems from the Pond – Reflection 1

My reading life is filled to the brim with a treasured collection of writing by so many gifted authors…or maybe it is the writing of those who had the courage to submit their words for publishing, not thinking of themselves as gifted at all…simply saying what they want to say and offering it to others.…

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