No matter what journey you are on, if you don’t plan ahead you will likely find yourself frustrated and going in circles as you try to find your way.
Considering the complexities of providing in-home care for a person with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia, this could be an everyday problem.
Getting your Ducks in a Row has many benefits but it’s not always easy to accomplish when you’re constantly on duty. Knowing what tools to use and how to use them can make things easier.
During this workshop we look at 3 important planning tools you can use to help take back control.
Having a care plan in place has many benefits, including:
- Ensure my loved one’s care is always maximized
- Reduce my stress as a caregiver
- Create “me time” to balance my life
- Get my family’s “buy in” and support
- Improve my communication with professionals & family
- Prepare others for a medical incident
Please watch the workshop by clicking below:
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To start implementing these strategies to improve your caregiving situation, start with this article: Patient Care Plans – A Vital Tool for Caregiving.
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Sandra Moore says
Just watched your webinar this morning as last evening at 7, was Very busy here. I have watched and enjoyed your other webcams. You do a wonderful job!!!! I have never received your guide to ALZ. It very well could have been deleted. Also I cannot find where to download the forms you spoke about. I would like to have them for my husband who has severe ALZ with Parkinsons. The Patient Action plan is something I REALLY need as I am the sole caregiver to him. You do a better job than your GUESTS….Bless you…..
Mike Good says
Hi Sandra, I’m really sorry about your situation but I’m happy you are taking action! Thanks for attending our workshops and providing such positive feedback. Just below the video, you will see a link, Patient Care Plans – A Vital Tool for Caregiving, which will take you to the first article in the care plan series. From there you can jump to any one of the three components where you will find links to downloadable forms.