Caregiver, Care for Thyself

Caregiver, Care for Thyself

When you’re a family caregiver for a loved one, it’s easy to get consumed by their needs. You spend your days thinking about all the ways you can make sure he or she gets the best possible care – working with skilled nursing facility staff to coordinate medical...
Reducing the Stress of Caregiving

Reducing the Stress of Caregiving

Reducing the Stress of Caregiving More than 65 million Americans currently act as unpaid caregivers for a member of their family.[1] Almost half of those family caregivers are also raising their own children at the same time as they care for an older adult.[2] And...
A New Era of Well-Being

A New Era of Well-Being

Rebounding from the Pandemic and Other Life Challenges with Resilience Chances are, you’d do just about anything in your power to make sure he or she is safe and living a full life. Unfortunately, there are always going to be events or circumstances affecting your...
Healthy Aging in a Post-COVID World

Healthy Aging in a Post-COVID World

How You Can Help Your Residents Become More Resilient Few events in recent history have proven to be as transformational as the COVID-19 pandemic. Our lives have changed in almost every way imaginable – our daily routines, how we spend our free time, interacting with...
Well-Being in a Post-COVID World

Well-Being in a Post-COVID World

When you think about the residents you care for in your skilled nursing facility, what does it means for them to be “well?” During the pandemic, that answer was clear – freedom from the illness that seemed to stop the world from turning – at any cost. With its...