How to align families when a senior is in crisis – focus on the symptoms and remove yourself from the solution

How to align families when a senior is in crisis – focus on the symptoms and remove yourself from the solution

Posté le mai 5, 2015 par Ressources Soins Aînés Québec en Bénévolat, Blog - English, Droit des aînés, Éducation, Éducation aux Aidants, Gestion des soins gériatriques, Personne Autonome, Ressources communautaires

Special  Thank’s  to :  

Stephanie Erickson, Director of Erickson Resource Group ,

 http://www.ericksonresource.com/how-to-align-families-when-a-senior-is-in-crisis-focus-on-the-symptoms-and-remove-yourself-from-the-solution/

Camille Ross and the entire Global TV morning news team

Tempers can run high when an aging relative falls into a crisis when different family members have varying opinions.

Social worker Stephanie Erickson has some strategies to effectively communicate and provide good care and support for your loved one during a stressful situation.

Tempers can flare when an aging relative falls into a crisis as different family members fight for their agendas to prevail. This morning I was a guest on Global Morning News discussing strategies on how to create a family approach to meeting the needs of a senior. Thank you, once again, to Camille Ross and the entire Global TV morning news team. Please watch the segment by clicking here. I encourage you to comment.