ElderCarelink Blog

“Acting to the finish?” A new caregiver term of endearment, or is it something else?

by Isabel Fawcett, SPHR
February 10th, 2011 at 4:33 pm

Misery and company

It’s been said that misery enjoys company. Regardless, I never would have imagined that any sane individual might project erroneous and/or biased perceptions onto any caregiver. A caregiver? Would that be caregivers to chronically ill elderly individuals? Would that also be frail elderly individuals who have multiple, long-standing medical chronic disease diagnoses?

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Confidence in Caregiving is Healthy

by Isabel Fawcett, SPHR
October 1st, 2010 at 8:29 am

If caregivers aren’t careful, we might easily fall prey to everyone else’s perceptions about care decisions. It’s all a matter of perspective, I’ve learned. Most of the advice is meaningful. Still, caregiving will always remain in the realm of individual and family choices.

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