The Conscious Caregiver

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Stop Feeling Like a Burnt-Out Triple-Decker Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Valued audiences of "The Conscious Caregiver" deserve fresh thinking - not trite suggestions, big business or government answers. You - a member of the beleaguered Sandwich Generation - need practical solutions to stop feeling like a burnt-out triple-decker grilled cheese sandwich. And that's no bologna!

If you seek a courageous advocate prepared to champion your rights before
consumer service agencies, Carol-Ann Hamilton is for you. They claim to
support your eldercare nightmare but are nowhere to be found when the going
gets rough. That includes healthcare, legal, insurance, financial,
automobile, real estate, funeral and other providers.

Carol-Ann is not afraid to take on these subjects and more. If anything,
she’s on a mission to make sure caregivers are bolstered to navigate this
frustrating marathon while safeguarding their health, work, relationships
and lives. Bottom-line, if she can save even one family a fraction of her
anguish, she will be overjoyed. You have her unbridled commitment.

Carol-Ann Hamilton is an Eldercare Coach, Author and Speaker with 250,000
hours’ lived experience successfully supporting un-cope-able aging parents.
Her unique term captures a challenging journey from desperation to healing
as she learned to thrive even with an alcoholic father and paranoid
schizophrenic mother. As a result, Carol-Ann revolutionizes how
stressed-out caregivers restore serenity to their worlds. She also brings
over 25 years’ leadership and change management expertise in Fortune 500
settings to catalyze urgent transformation within the eldercare industry.
Author of Coping with Un-cope-able Parents: LOVING ACTION for Eldercare and
Coping with Un-cope-able Systems: ADVOCACY for Eldercare, she is a popular
speaker at conferences across North America. Having appeared via TV, radio
and print in locations from Australia to Washington, now you can tune in
here to gain weekly doses of inspiration plus down-to-earth advice to cope
with even the most difficult aging parent.

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Reader's opinions
  1. James Norrie   On   May 8, 2018 at 10:17 am

    This is a really great show! Am enjoying it very much…what a great topic for all of us to think about more consciously!

    • Carol-Ann   On   October 16, 2018 at 10:07 am

      Believe it or not, Monica, your comments were noted, much as a lot of time has gone by since your kind comment. My show on OCT. 17th is about Avoiding Caregiver Burnout & Surviving Grief. The long version of the title is “How to Prevent Your Loved One’s Illness or Disease From Actually Killing You”. Hope you can tune in or catch the archive! Thank you for leaving your comment. In Service, Carol-Ann

  2. Eleanor   On   February 8, 2021 at 9:05 pm

    Caregiving is known as a career that is rewarding and at the same time fulfilling. There are many challenges associated with being a caregiver, making it one of the toughest jobs. Although caregiving can have many rewards, it can still cause you much stress— emotional, mental, and physical stress. Caregiving is a long-term challenge that can take a toll on your health, life, relationships, and state of mind. This stress, if not addressed early on, will lead to burnout. When you get to that point, not only you, as a provider, will suffer but also your patient.

  3. Eleanor   On   March 9, 2021 at 8:36 pm

    Thank you for putting this out there. I agree with your opinion and I hope more people would come to agree with this as well.
    One of the most common problems caregivers face is burnout. This burnout can easily lead to more serious problems, such as anxiety and depression. That is why you need to know when you are getting signs of depression and anxiety because of your job. This article Caregiver Stress and Burnout: Signs and Prevention will tackle the signs and prevention of caregiver burnout. Hope this will help. Thank you.

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