Helping older adults and their families determine, coordinate, and manage care needs.

Caregiver Coaching

My desire to participate in caregiver coaching comes from years of working with families. The core support that family caregivers receive is very important to the aging loved one’s well-being. To holistically meet the needs of the Older Adult, the primary caregiver must be well and supported also. I enjoy the focus of finding the strengths and needs of the individual caregivers of the Older Adult and using those to help form a working care plan for all. It’s important for all caregivers to have a voice and to understand the options involved. This may sometimes involve helping many people with differing desires and views to reach a consensus. My ability to walk through this process with families often leads to a strong client and family bond in relation to the care for the Older Adult. It can often mean that the tasks of caregiving are dispersed among family members and/or other professionals, rather than falling on just one or two family members.

What does this look like?

  • Provide a listening ear to all involved so that they know their role is respected and important.
  • Assist families to determine the needs and challenges of the existing care giving situation.
  • Share experiences and knowledge about their situation to help alleviate the burdens of guilt, frustration, fear, and overwhelm.
  • Share practices, based on experience and knowledge of other families who have been in the same position, that will alleviate care giving burden.
  • Guide families through the processes and systems of senior care programs.
  • Help mediate family differences.
  • Organize and create a contingency plan for changes or emergencies.

For more information about how Coyle Care Management and Consulting can help you and your aging loved one, click through the links on the left or contact us below.

Caregiver Coaching

My desire to participate in caregiver coaching comes from years of working with families. The core support that family caregivers receive is very important to the aging loved one’s well-being. To holistically meet the needs of the Older Adult, the primary caregiver must be well and supported also. I enjoy the focus of finding the strengths and needs of the individual caregivers of the Older Adult and using those to help form a working care plan for all. It’s important for all caregivers to have a voice and to understand the options involved. This may sometimes involve helping many people with differing desires and views to reach a consensus. My ability to walk through this process with families often leads to a strong client and family bond in relation to the care for the Older Adult. It can often mean that the tasks of caregiving are dispersed among family members and/or other professionals, rather than falling on just one or two family members.

What does this look like?

  • Provide a listening ear to all involved so that they know their role is respected and important.
  • Assist families to determine the needs and challenges of the existing care giving situation.
  • Share experiences and knowledge about their situation to help alleviate the burdens of guilt, frustration, fear, and overwhelm.
  • Share practices, based on experience and knowledge of other families who have been in the same position, that will alleviate care giving burden.
  • Guide families through the processes and systems of senior care programs.
  • Help mediate family differences.
  • Organize and create a contingency plan for changes or emergencies.

 

 

For more information about how Coyle Care Management and Consulting can help you and your aging loved one, click through the links on the left or contact us below.

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