A Senior Caregiver’s Guide to Prevent Falls A Guest Post by Roger Sims

Falls are the primary cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries in the elderly. Every year, more than two million seniors are rushed to the emergency room after falling. Several things can lead to the elderly falling, such as: Vision problems Difficulty walking Medication side effects that cause vertigo Foot or leg pain Household hazards There…

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A Tribute To A Nurse: A TEDMED Talk

Published on May 8, 2017 Carolyn Jones, best known for her socially proactive photographs and documentary films, shares what makes nurses not only an invaluable asset to us as patients, but also as a society.

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6 Easy Ways To Stay Organized and Productive as a Caregiver A Guest Post by Maggie Drag

Being a caregiver is arguably one of the most noble professions out there – but it can also take a serious toll on your personal life. Here are 6 work-life balance tips to help you reduce stress, and ultimately make you the best caregiver for not only your clients, but for yourself, too! 1.) Plan…

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An Interview with Phyllis

Originally featured in Women of Distinction Magazine: September 8, 2016 http://go.epublish4me.com/ebook/ebook?id=10090395#/0 Q&A Q: A good deal of your coaching practice is centered on working with family caregivers. What are some of the challenges facing family caregivers today? A: Their biggest challenge is to have a life of their own while caring full time for their…

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March 20th: Happy International Day of Happiness

  Background Speaking at the High Level Meeting on “Happiness and Well-Being: Defining a New Economic Paradigm” convened during the sixty-sixth session of the General Assembly, Secretary General Ban Ki-moon stated that the world “needs a new economic paradigm that recognizes the parity between the three pillars of sustainable development. Social, economic and environmental well-being are…

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6 Exercises To Strengthen Compassionate Leadership A Guest Post by Andrew Newberg M.D.

When you use compassionate communication in your conversations, something quite surprising occurs: both your brain and the brain of the person you’re talking to begin to align themselves with each other. This special bond is a phenomenon referred to as “neural resonance,” and in this enhanced state of mutual attunement, two people can accomplish remarkable…

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5 New Year’s Practices for Women to Experience More Presence, Passion & Joy in 2016 A Guest Post by Devaa Haley Mitchell

  The holidays can often be an overwhelming time… especially for women.   However, if we look beyond the frenetic buzz, there’s often a desire to replenish ourselves and create a fresh chapter in the new year. We have the chance to start anew — with 12 months ahead to create and explore so many…

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