Sunday, May 09, 2010

Caregiving Counseling

Sharing our story and its trial and error learned lessons never ceases to amaze me, “Oh! The places you’ll go!” … like a list of top 50 counseling blogs.

The Internet provides a great venue for counselors … You can pursue counseling in school systems, in personal growth or relationships, in substance abuse or other addictions and in rehabilitation or eldercare and grief. The following list of top 50 counseling blogs takes a look at blogs in each of those categories. [click to continue…]

Below are their designated top “Caregiving Counseling” blogs:

About Senior Living: Sharon O’Brien, MA, LPC, is a licensed professional counselor with a private practice in Portland, Oregon. She helps people cope with changes that come with age in this blog.

Caregiving 101 Blog: caring for the elderly in their home, they taught in–services for doctors, nurses, the staffs of hospices and home health agencies, sharing tips and unique ideas for caring for people with dementia.

Caregiving: The Sandwich Generation: Learn from this writer’s experience what it’s like to provide caregiving to a person through Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and coronary diseases.

Caregivingly Yours: Sharing the trial and error learned lessons of a spouse caregiver dealing with Multiple Sclerosis and with teen autism.

David Fireman’s Blog: Part of Legacy Connect, a network for grief support groups, expert advice on grieving, mourning and bereavement, this blog looks at those topics in detail.

Eldercare ABC Blog: Eldercare ABC began as an idea based on empathy and community. This blog taps into the extended social network idea for support.

Family CareGiver Blog: This blog is written by caregivers, for caregivers, offering fresh content, news and helpful studies to its readers.

Hospice and Caregiving Blog: You’ll find stories and articles about the end-of-life experience at this blog.

The Caregiver Blog…your C.A.R.E.S. Share your thoughts or questions related to caregiving for the disabled and chronically ill at this Community Advocacy for Resource, Education, and Support blog.

The Caregiving Zone: to provide holistic education as well as one-on-one consulting for individuals who are facing their own or another's serious or potentially terminal illness. 

Caregivingly Yours, Patrick Leer
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  1. Patrick - I agree with Judy. Kudos to you, and well-deserved.


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