November is National Caregivers Month. Let’s face it. The journey of caregiving is a challenging one. Most people are learning as they go, on their feet, in stolen moments. That is why this week I want to call your attention to a friend of mine whose goal is to provide caregivers with streamlined information and training. Whether you are caring for a family member or working in a professional capacity, Mike Good at Together in This can help.
Mike is a connector. He is a recognized expert in dementia care. But he also reaches out to others with expertise – bringing them to you through articles on his website, in his newsletter and on his Alzheimer’s Podcast.
This week I want to share an article from Together in This that was written by Heather O’Neil, caregiver and founder of Creative Carer. Heather writes from her personal experience caring for her mother and offers her advice in Three Therapies You Should Be Using Daily in Dementia Care.
You’ve probably already guessed that music is one of the three. Follow the link above to read Heather’s article and learn more on the Together in This website.
Information is power. And Mike’s right. We’re together in this.
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