Caregiving expands our world
and our humanity
Just the work of organizing yourself in order to get organized is a task in itself, and one that may not fit into your busy schedule. Download your free organizing resources.
Remember, your doctor, and your loved one’s doctor, rely on you for information that they can’t get in your medical visits.
We all need connection. You need it, your loved one needs it, your family and friends and other significant people in your life need it with you too.
We both love our new lives and love having options instead of isolation.
We didn’t know where to start. Sarah got us going and kept us updated as our needs changed.
It all makes so much sense, and having Sarah’s help with figuring it out meant we could put it in place that much sooner.
I took care of Mom but I wasn’t taking care of myself. Now I feel comfortable that I am meeting both her needs and mine.
My brothers and I are getting along much better now that we have organized our time, and organized Dad!
Mom and I weren’t getting along, and I was afraid of what might happen. Sarah helped us figure out how to change course when things got heated.
I had the pleasure of appearing on Empowering Women, Transforming Lives, with Rebecca Hall Gruyter, on Tuesday, July 7.
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