You are a disruptor. The delivery of health care starts with you, continues because of you, and ends with you. Without you, our health care system couldn’t afford to continue. Let’s pool our energy and disrupt together. Together, let’s reinvent health care by making sure the family caregiver always has what he or she needs in order to continue to be a provider in the health care system. Share your stories of how you disrupt for your caree and for family caregivers. (Learn more about our disrupt campaign here: http://www.caregiving.com/2012/04/lets-disrupt/)
I love this break-through from @comicvixen, which you can read about in her latest post: http://www.caregiving.com/2013/05/breaking-ground-i-know-my-limits/
I love this quote from @alyceev and her latest blog post: http://www.caregiving.com/2013/04/sometimes-it-just-is/
Just recommended this site to a blogger at Open Diary after seeing her entry listed on the front page. She’s a sandwich caregiver and a working caregiver, new to the experience. I sent her the calendar link to the Sandwich Shop chat on 2/16 and the link to the Working Family Caregiver ebook download.
Tell us about a caregiving sit-in you staged in a doctor’s office, a social service agency, a government organization, a long-term care facility, a hospital or a business. Tell us the reason for the purpose, the […]
Feel free to share a flyer about Caregiving.com wherever you go (doctor’s offices, coffee shops, the bulletin board in your company lunch room):
After a second prodding to fill out the Obama/Biden campaign’s post-election survey, I went to the site. Their constituent group list included healthcare workers, but NOT family caregivers! I took three opportunities while filling out the survey to request that family caregivers be included, and added that we are on the front lines of healthcare…[Read more]
Placed this in the wrong spot so I’ll repost here :
Passed on the caregiving.com info to a substitute HHA. She was happy to have it and said she would share.
Also placed the HELP book in a few waiting rooms […]
For the moment, I’ve simply been telling everyone I can about Caregiving.com and how wonderful it is. My next goal is to get some items I can wear/take with me to my meetings to help bring up the issue. I’ve also been talking to many in the community about certifying caregivers as resources that are available in disasters. I am also working on…[Read more]
Given the recent events (with Robert in the hospital), I’ve had the opportunity to distribute the caregiving.com flyers! I left several in the lobby of the hospital and gave one to a woman who was up at the […]
Oh, Denise! You know me — I’m always doing something to disrupt in order to ensure Robert is well cared for. My recent disruption was to get a second opinion on his cough and get him strong antibiotics. I […]
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