Month: September 2016

How to Make Sense of the Ever-Confusing Healthcare Terminology

September 26th, 2016


Care coordination. Continuity of care. Team planning. Care manager. Or how about cognitive capacity, disorientation, palliative, terminal, agitated, delirious, Demented…..AHH! There are so many terms that health care professionals toss around casually and families and patients struggle to follow along …

Life After I’m Gone: How to Plan Effectively for Long-Term Care and Support for a Child with Special Needs

September 19th, 2016


No matter how difficult parenting is in the moment, parents can always consider that the day to day grind and worry of parenting will lessen when our children leave the home, marry and have kids of their own. That’s not …

Shifting Your Perspective: How to use Others’ Experiences to Inspire Change

September 12th, 2016


It’s very difficult to keep a balanced perspective on life when you feel like you are sinking. I personally have tried to look at the big picture to stay calm and focused but often get overwhelmed with the little details …

But it’s My Decision! How to Share Decision-Making when it Matters Most – Your Health, Your Options

September 6th, 2016


But it’s my decision! I’m the one who’s been taking care of him! What gives you the right to make a decision for me? These are not uncommon statements made by families experiencing medical and health crises. And what about …

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