Thank you Welldoing for publishing Suddenly I am an Everyday Carer, a post that highlights the adaptation required after trauma, promoting the e-book as a resource for people trying to cope in crisis.
Great media as Suddenly an Everyday Carer e-book released – raising awareness of spinal cord injury and carers while raising funds for SpinalCure, Project Edge.
Metamorphosis has always been the greatest symbol of change, read about post traumatic growth @everydaycaring
During a particularly long wait at Royal North Shore Hospital I exhausted all the current gossip magazines so was excited to read the Tasmanian Salmon Cookery Book. It was a delight which I wanted to share with you as quick salmon recipes – ideal for busy carers/people and relatively inexpensive for all the nutritional benefits.
Caregiving challenges alter during the day, week, month and years. Caregiving is primarily organised to address the needs of a supported individual interfaced with work, family and life. Caregiving is unique but one thing all carers experience is stress and little time for themselves. Here are some tips on how to reduce stress in caregiving and ensure some time for self-care.
Carers are unpaid family members or friends, any age, any background who assist another person in some way, not necessarily frequently or regarding anything medical. In this post I ask who supports these informal carers? Carer support groups or friends or both…?
The carers in the kitchen workshop launched a program of events to celebrate 40 years of CarersNSW. My Kitchen Rules finalists, Helena and Vikki Moursellas showed us some of their skills in this June class. I’ll tell you what they taught me…..
Conflict within carers. Caring can be a compromise between your life and facilitating for another. This post addresses the conflict that can exist in carers.
We mustn’t lose ourselves in our role as carers. I maintain myself by writing, with an avid interest in photography. I also make time to phone a friend …and cycle!