TIP Video #1: The Five Most Dangerous Caregiving Myths
Would you like to know the five most dangerous traps ineffective caregivers fall into and why these false beliefs will never achieve the eldercare outcomes you seek? Here’s a hint. Even if your folks are in assisted living or receiving in-home care, you’re not off the hook. One mindset shift called for is to see reaching out for support as a strength, not a weakness.
TIP Video #2: The Five Most Essential Pieces of Paperwork You Need Before It’s Too Late
Admittedly, topics like a Will are neither popular amongst caregivers nor aging parents. The major argument in favor of engaging in these critical conversations is to avoid the steep cost of being caught with your proverbial pants down. To learn more about how to address these vital subjects, check out Coping with Un-cope-able Systems: ADVOCACY for Eldercare
TIP Video #3: 6 LOVING Attitudes for Eldercare
Why don’t they just do what you want? They won’t. Before you rush head-long into imposing your will upon your obstinate mother or father, pause to consider who you are BEING. By BEING, we mean the attitudes that must come before any effective action you take. Here is a summary of the six: Laughter, Openness; Vibration; Intention; Neutrality; and Grace.
TIP Video #4: 6 Focused ACTION’s for Eldercare
Here’s the other half of the 12 trial-and-error tested Keys to Success for coping with difficult folks. ACTION stands for: Advocate; Clarify; Trust; Initiate; Observe; and Innovate. Together, BE + DO = HAVE (i.e., the results you desire to occur in your eldercare situation). To learn more, check out Coping with Un-cope-able Parents: LOVING ACTION for Eldercare