caring for those Who care for others

Being a caregiver for a loved one can be overwhelming, stressful, draining, challenging, lonely and much more. As a family caregiving practitioner, mentor, advocate and trained in mental health first aid, I combine efforts with community partners to help better the services, resources, and tools for the family member who is caring for their sick or dying loved one.

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

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

Richard Adler & Rajiv Mehta, National Alliance for Caregiving