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How to use our Caregiving Journey as a process towards Healing

How to use our Caregiving Journey as a process towards Healing

by STEPHANIE ERICKSON
Contributor

Most people associate loss with death.

But loss comes in all different forms…loss of a career, loss of a home, and loss of our healthy physical selves, to name a few. Caregivers know loss intimately as well. When we take on the role of a caregiver, loss hits us in many ways throughout our journey. This week’s guest, Corrie Sirota, social worker and author of Someone Died…Now What: A Personal and Professional Perspective on Coping with Grief, explores how loss is a process and how attending to that loss throughout our journey can help mend us along the way.

It can be overwhelming trying to find a retirement, assisted or long term care residence for yourself or a loved one. A Place For Mom can help by providing personalized guidance as well as a resource list of accredited facilities across the U.S. and Canada.

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