Category: Care Coordination

Mothers, Daughters, and Our Changing Relationships

If you are among the one in five baby boomer women managing multiple roles of working professional, mother, wife, daughter, and caregiver, today’s newsletter is for and about you. Men, please take note. This impacts you too! Caregiving One definition of a caregiver is, “An unpaid person attending to the needs of a dependent adult,… Read on…

Common Themes In Healthcare Today

Today’s healthcare system can be both frustrating and confusing. I know this through firsthand experience since wherever I go, as soon as people learn of my profession, they follow-up with a list (sometimes quite a long list!) of questions. I resist providing too much specific advice – there is quite a bit of “it depends”… Read on…

Tips for Reducing Stress In Our Daily Lives

We all know (more or less) what stress is. Dictionary.com defines it as: a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances. Interestingly, stress in this emotional context is a relatively new term, first coined by Hans Selye in 1936. He defined it as, “the non-specific response of… Read on…