There are three simple rules that help you to talk to seriously ill and recently bereaved people in a helpful, comforting way.
If you know a caregiver of someone with Alzheimer’s disease, be especially cautious with what you say and how you say it.
How can you become a “caregiver” to caregivers in need?
This March we’re focusing our efforts not only on raising awareness of caregivers for special needs children, but also raising awareness of the special needs of caregivers.
In her book Caregiving: The Spiritual Journey of Love, Loss, and Renewal, author Beth McLeod explains that caregiving “has the potential to alter us at the core of our being, opening our heart’s capacity to live fully even in the midst of loss.”