Featured Caregivers

Learn more about some of the most interesting caregivers in the industry and the tips they can share to help you in your caregiving journey.

  • Allison
    As soon as I get up, I head for the coffee. I have an enormous collection of coffee mugs and I choose my mug carefully to set the tone for the day.
  • Allison
    I see glimpses of my mom some days. I hear her singing songs she loves and watching baseball. So, once in a while, I forget the disease that ravages her from the inside.
  • Candace
    I love to just engage my mom. Talk to her. Dance with her. She loves it!
  • Kenisha
    For me, it was being a cheerleader for my mother. Being able to hold her hand and let her know I was by her side through it all.
  • Kris
    From a quick hand hold, to a kiss on the cheek, the love we’ve always shared is still there.
  • Laura
    I’ve learned that there are so many things I have no control over but I always have control over how I react.
  • Lori
    I am SO proud of the patience I have learned in dealing with her. We used to fight constantly because I was trying to ‘fix’ her and get my mom back
  • Marlene
    The hardest part of caregiving was watching my mother, the woman I know and love, slowly slip away. I never knew when another part of her would succumb to the cruel disease.
  • Mia
    I’ve learnt to be more compassionate and patient. Even though caregiving can be challenging, it’s also rewarding.
  • Nikki
    At this point Mom looks like she is bored with the show so I grab her coloring book and pen and have her work on what will be another masterpiece to save and frame later.
  • Torin
    I like to have her breakfast all ready to go before she’s up. Tea, and whatever else I’ve got that morning.