Resources for Caregivers
You're a frontline caregiver - a professional or a personal helper. You're under stress. You spend the day listening to others who are sick or scared, who are demanding something or withholding something from you. But what about your experience, what about what you have to say? When is it your turn to speak? Your turn is now.
We understand this is a challenging time for caregivers. When you see caregivers, you may wonder what they're going through, what they're feeling, what they need. If you are one, you may wonder if anyone is having an experience like yours, does anyone, can anyone, understand what you're going through. Here's your chance to hear.
Healing from the Heart is an award-winning guide to help caregivers create compssionate connection with patients in the most difficult times. RN Magazine said it would result in "less frustration for you, more satisfaction for them, and a new found joy in the work!"
Now, it's FREE for you to download with our thanks.
Let me BeHeard
However you give care and wherever you are, thank you. I created Giving Care for you, to give you a chance to talk to someone who's had training and experience listening and giving empathy to hundreds of caregivers. Make your voice heard as part of the podcast. Or just request a call to get the ear of somone who is trained and earnest in wanting to hear whatever you need to say.
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Healing from the Heart
Download the PDF version FREE with our thanks.
"This book will help motivated practitioners to feel proud, fulfilled, happy, and even powerful. In essence, you will learn how to provide best practices and reconnect with why you became a health care practitioner."
- Association of periOperative Registered Nurses.
"Using an empathetic perspective, you will learn to view every patient’s call for help from the vantage point of what you intend to give them. The result is less frustration for you, more satisfaction for them, and a new found joy in the work!”
- RN (publishers of the Journal and RNWeb)
“Empathy has benefits for providers as well as patients as it can reduce the stress of providers when they feel rushed or stressed by the demands of today’s healthcare environment. Recognizing the patients’ “experience” also allows the staff to understand and appreciate the psychological needs of the patient and address those needs in a compassionate way.”
- The Journal of Healthcare Risk Management
Named an Award-Winning Finalist for USABookNews Best Books Awards, Healing from the Heart gives caregivers a proven framework for connecting with patients, creating rapport, and meeting your own needs as you meet the needs of others.