Out of order

I have so much to share with you. I have been the full time caregiver for my mom since June of 2010; over the past few years I have discovered great resources, and I have quite a few tips and suggestions that I know will be helpful to other caregivers. I am just starting to write it all out. So I wanted to start with this disclaimer: my posts will be out of order, and until I catch up, this blog will not necessarily be a chronological story of my experience as a caregiver. The dates on the posts will reflect when I finally put the information in writing and published it; the dates will not always reflect when events described in the post occurred. I will do my best to tag each post and to sort them into categories to make this blog easier to navigate. The categories are listed on the right side right under the “search” box. This will make it easier to find the information that is most relevant to those who will be reading and looking for specific tips or resources regarding caregiving, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and end of life. As always, I welcome feedback, comments and any suggestions on how to improve this blog. Or if you have a tip, resource, or experience to share, please contact me.

About Doug Seubert

My name is Doug Seubert and I live in Wisconsin (USA). I am working toward a Masters in public health, and I am the President and CEO of a new non-profit organization: Marshfield Area Purple Angels. My blogs share resources, tools, and information about various public health topics, with a strong emphasis on community health education, effective health communication, and health literacy. I am also the creator of "The End of Life Survival Guide" featuring tips and resources for caregivers of a loved one near the end of life.
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