Self care is not selfish
Information, training and tips that help you STAY HEALTHY AS A FAMILY CAREGIVER!
Tips on finding the time to eat well, rest, keep doctors’ appointments, exercise.
How to avoid burnout by reducing stress, fatigue, anxiety, guilt, loneliness.
Ways to help yourself believe that you are enough, you’re doing the best you can, and it is ok to ask for help.
Breaking bad health habits caused by stress
During the pandemic, a lot of us faced more stress than ever, especially . It is common to seek instant gratification and develop less than healthy habits. But as easy as these habits are to slip int...
Arthritis Awareness Month
Arthritis is one of the most widespread health conditions in the United States. It affects about one in four adults overall. That’s over 54 million men and women.
June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month
Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month is dedicated to generating increased conversations, donations, and public awareness about the disease.
How to beat the heat
Finding a cooling center and other ways to beat an unexpected heatwave.
July is UV Safety Awareness Month.
The sun offers health benefits as well as some health concerns. Learn how to get the best from your time in the sun while minimizing potential risks.
New focus for the Wellness Wall
Our Wellness Wall now has a new look and a new focus: Self-care is NOT Selfish. Check back often for regular posts and updates focused on STAYING HEALTHY AS A FAMILY CAREGIVER!
Reframing your thoughts to reduce your stress
The process of reframing is recognizing when your thoughts are processing everything in a negative direction and finding a positive way to think of them instead. Learn how your thought process is di...
Tips on “lightening your load” so you can better manage your day
How does one lighten their load when they work a full-time job, have kids, a partner, care for an aging loved one, and maybe even a pet? We share a tip...
The Partnership between the Caregiver and their Loved One
Understanding the difference between being a caregiver and a care partner and how to make the transition.