10 Virtues of Caring

I came across this post on Huffington Post. I think this is a great article! Great advice and given from someone who is living it. At the end, she says she’s no expert, but many would beg to differ. An expert, by definition, is someone who is knowledgeable about or skillful in a particular area. I would say her direct experience as a caregiver would at least qualify her as an expert in her own mother’s dementia. And she conveys her information in an easy-to-understand way – also an important quality that experts should have.

Go ahead, have a read, and let me know what you think in the comments. Do you find these also to work for you? Do you have other “virtues” you would include in the list? Don’t be shy, let us know what you think!

Top 10 Things Every Alzheimer’s Caregiver Should Have

Posted: 03/24/2015 1:56 pm EDT Updated: 03/24/2015 1:59 pm EDT
 is an Alz Caregiver, RA patient, Writer, Wife, Mom and Grandma. You can find her at The Diary of an Alzheimer’s Caregiver.


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  1. Pingback: Top 10 Things Learned On The Journey With My Mother | Doctor Dementia and the Dementia Adventure

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