Welcome To The Inspired Caregiver
In an emergency, it’s hard to think of everything that’s important. These easy worksheets make it simple! All you do is “fill-in-the-blanks” for the person you are caring for. All the critical information you need is now at your fingertips!
And remember: fill out one for yourself and give it to a family member or a friend.
They’ll be grateful you did!
Thank you for visiting our website! We are on a dedicated mission to ease, enhance, and inspire the lives of caregivers and those they care for. We joyfully offer specific tools to provide assistance and information to enrich your lives and the lives of those you are serve.
When my father announced that he had terminal cancer, I often felt extremely anxious about being with him. At that particular time in my life, I had no experience with the ill or the dying. I cherished my father and yet I felt awkward being with him. I wasn’t sure what to say. Raised in a culture … [Read More...]
Most caregivers are kind, generous and helpful people. Recognition and acknowledgment for their work will go a long way in keeping a caregiver who provides good care for your loved one. Get to know them and surprise them in thoughtful ways. Many Agencies have policies that their caregivers cannot … [Read More...]
If you have been following this blog, you already know exactly what skills you need in a caregiver. You know the hours the caregiver will be working and the number of days each shift will require. You are aware of any physical demands your situation may require. Now you are ready to interview … [Read More...]
We look for joy in tinsel toys in Santa Claus and holly wreaths... And yet we know the joy we hold... No gift imparts what's in the heart. Happy Holidays! … [Read More...]
It is never easy news to hear. I have known Susan and Michael for over 18 years. I’ve shared tasty home cooked meals with them, swam in their pool on hot summer days and hung Christmas ornaments at many of their annual tree trimming parties. They are part of my “extended” family and I am part of … [Read More...]