Accepting New Help

The world we live in – and we ourselves – place a very high value on physical independence. We’re raised on the expectation that we will ultimately take care of ourselves. As toddlers, we learn to dress and feed ourselves, as teens we learn to drive and to think for ourselves and finally, as adults,Continue reading “Accepting New Help”

The Life of a Long-Term Caregiver

Serving as a caregiver for a person with a disability is challenging in many ways. Whether you made the choice or it happened by default, caregiving can cause many different emotions. And no matter what you are feeling, it’s important to realize that your feelings matter. Self-care is just as important as caregiving. The Family CaregiverContinue reading “The Life of a Long-Term Caregiver”