Caring for those who care for others.

Being a care-giver for a loved one can be overwhelming, stressful, draining, challenging, lonely, and much more.

As a family care-giver accountability partner, mentor, advocate, and trained in mental health first aid, I help care-givers find ways of obtaining and continuing their stability, manage difficult situations, maintain healthy relationships, and find joy and strength by creating a clear plan of action using current aspirations to reach future goals.

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Family care-givers suffer from symptoms that very often go unaddressed which can cause mental, emotional, and physical challenges.

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“The vast majority of health care is actually provided by families, not by healthcare professionals”

Richard Adler & Rajiv Mehta, National Alliance for Caregiving

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