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Redefining Caregiving.


Caregivers are overworked and often feel abandoned which leads them to burn out. They are silent saints sacrificing endlessly for others with very little help. With the coming shortage of caregivers and the projected increase in Alzheimer’s patients, we must equip our caregivers. Another glass of wine may help, but it's not the answer. Redefining Caregiving book can help clarify the confusion associated with caregiving and offer hope to thousands of people faced with managing the care of a loved one. It’s an invaluable handbook of proven strategies to tackle caregiver's obstacles and motivating tips to
make life easier.


  • Minimize, Organize and Prioritize
  • Customize a care plan that considers meeting your needs too
  • Use proven methods and resources to recruit the help you need
  • Create a healthier life without painful sacrifices
  • Use technology to better the lives of those needing care
  • Uncover what causes your fatigue and how to stop it
  • Why diet, dictating and doing it all don’t work
  • Put an end to all the medical mania with a simple tool
  • Become your cheerleader and stop doubting your care
  • Things your mom should have taught you about caregiving
  • Build a dream team you can count on

      Caregivers face enormous challenges, so their self-care is vitally important to their caregiving experience. By taking expert’s advice and learning solid skills and strategies, they can overcome obstacles and better their chance of enjoying life.

      • Secret myths surrounding caregiving
      • Shocking truths about the toll caregiving can take on your health
      • Facts to know about reporting abuse and protecting your loved ones
      • Success stories from single parents to sandwich caregivers
      • What everyone ought to know about protecting their loved ones and themselves
      • Tricks of the trade and transforming tips
      • That words matter when it comes to diapers and parenting your parents
      • How to deal with bad attitudes
      • The importance of taking breaks and scheduling your “Happy Hour”