New-Caregiver Nudge

December 10, 2019 by jas

nudge flower

Many caregivers need a nudge, or a helping hand to blossom and grow…to feel encouraged and supported.

New Caregivers will soon find that most caregivers care about caregivers and want to be helpful, want to share.

While this is not a ‘how to do it’ site, and we certainly do not diagnose or give medical advice of any kind, there are a few steps those caring for loved ones with memory loss might take to help get reliable, educated, assistance.

REMEMBER: as self-care for caregivers

“…never look into a mirror without smiling!”

We offer this nudge, these suggestions…
you follow your instincts.

Once you suspect memory loss in a loved one, or yourself,

FIRST: contact medical professionals to confirm your unique situation;
SECOND: locate Alzheimer Society office and connect with their professionals

THIRD: find a support group focused on your specific needs.

Visit our pagess:
Caregiver Tips
Caregiver Social Support
Place ‘C’ Caregiver Care,
Quintessential Caregiver Support

As a caregiver, reach out often
to find encouragement and support you need.

No one knows you need help unless you make it known.
It is up to you to let others know you need the help.

1- Stay with us.
2- Read through what is here. 
3- Bookmark our site so you can come back when you can.
4- Sign up to get notices when new pages or writings are added.

If your life has been touched by the 💙Alzheimer Society💙 click & go to their DONATE 🧡 LINK to make a contribution. THANK YOU

Watch for more … we add new pages two or more times a month …  Caregiving is still priority one. 💛


“New Caregiver Nudge” Copyright © 2019 Judith Allen Shone

Each day do something to make others smile and your heart sing! -jas

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