Caregiving is a difficult, complex, and often emotionally draining task. If you give in-home care to someone you love, you need all the support you can get.
Nurse – Mother – Caregiver offers resources for caregivers to help them and their patients thrive. You will find many professional caregiver coaches on this page. Please click on the links to contact them directly so that you can face the daunting work ahead of you with confidence.
Caregivers’ work may seem simple to an outsider, but anyone who has done this work knows that it’s very difficult. Many caregivers feel that they’re in over their heads and would like resources to learn how to do their jobs more effectively and protect themselves against burnout. Nurse – Mother – Caregiver provides a welcoming place for caregivers to find support and further their training. If you have questions about caregiving or would like advice about how to respond to a caregiving situation you’ve encountered, click on the links to contact a professional caregiver coach to guide you. They’ll help you navigate this challenging task with skill and grace.
Nurse – Mother – Caregiver is owned and operated by There’s No Place Like Homecare, Inc., as a service to those who care for others and all those who require care. We want you to feel supported during this stressful time.
We Honor Jean Watson, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN, Founder/Director Watson Caring Science Institute.
WCSI is an international non-profit organization created to advance the philosophies, theories and practices of Human Caring, originated by Jean Watson.
Clinical nurses and academic programs throughout the world use her published works on the philosophy and theory of human caring and the art and science of caring in nursing.
Dr. Watson’s caring philosophy is used to guide transformative models of caring and healing practices for hospitals, nurses and patients alike, in diverse settings worldwide. Please see www.watsoncaringscience.org.
"Cindy Rogers has created this special website where nurses and caregivers are honored and acknowledged for the important human caring contributions they make to our world. Quiet, profound contributions of our caregivers are to be celebrated, otherwise their unassuming work is often forgotten. Please explore their work and programs of service”
Jean Watson, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN"
Tatiana Kaletsch, National Board Certified Health Coach and Certified Wellness Specialist shared this blog post https://www.tatianakaletsch.com/care-for-the-caregiver/
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