I wrote “Coaching for Caregivers” to help you and your loved ones have a better experience than I did while taking care of my parents and mother-in-law.
My aim is to help you to sustain yourself by reaching out for the love and support you, your loved ones, and your other family members need.
I will show you how to reach out without sacrificing your family’s privacy and in a way that does not become just another item on your to-do list.
It’s best to use this book as a series of “10 minute reads” — thumb through it, see what speaks to you at any given time, and open up to the possibilities it presents.
Hal Chapel, CEO and Co-Founder, Lotsa Helping Hands
Mack Lipkin, MD, Professor of Medicine, NYU School of Medicine; Director, Primary Care, NYU Medical Center
Roger J. Bulger, MD, FACP, FRCT; Retired President, Assn. of Academic Medical Centers; Deputy Director, Center for Minority Health and health Disparities, NIH; First Executive, Institute of Medicine.
Sue Wintz, MDivBCC, Managing Editor of Plainviews and Consultant for Chaplaincy Care Practice and Leadership at Health Care Chaplaincy in New York City. She is past president of the Association of Professional Chaplains.
Learn new ways to expand your repertoire for assisting your caregiver clients who are isolated, with only minimal social support, to open up to reaching out for help.