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Conscious Caregiving Guide Workbook

by (author) Lise Leblanc

Blue Moon Publishers
Initial publish date
Nov 2019
Caregiving, Inspiration & Personal Growth, Health Care Issues
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Nov 2019
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This workbook is your essential companion to Lise Leblanc's Conscious Caregiving Guide.
Each chapter in the workbook corresponds to a chapter in the book, providing space and graphic elements to work through the practical exercises, checklists, reflective questions, self assessments and more that Lise has outlined. The workbook provides a simple framework for Lise's step by step, easy to absorb plan for working through the illness of a loved one.

About the author

Lise Leblanc has the experience and insight to make your caregiving journey a little lighter. As a registered psychotherapist, conflict resolution specialist and caregiver she has seen the impact that caregiving without personal care can wreak on all lives involved. Her personal lived experience has also shaped her useful perspectives. She was the main caregiver for her grandmother who had Alzheimer's disease when her grandfather died suddenly. Her own parents and siblings lived afar and she was working full time while raising her two young children. The experience has shaped her dedication to helping people take responsibility for the quality of their own lives at the same time as making space to support a conscious caregiving model.

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Excerpt: Conscious Caregiving Guide Workbook (by (author) Lise Leblanc)

Sometimes the greatest gift you can give a loved one is to show them that you are still able to enjoy your life to the fullest while caring for them. When your loved one sees you prioritizing your own health and your own needs, it may ease their mind and their guilt about being a burden on you. So many times we think we have to sacrifice ourselves for our loved ones, but what if we can continue living our lives to the fullest while still finding creative ways to meet their care needs?

Editorial Reviews

For better or worse, caregiving is simply part of everyday family life for most of us, sooner or later. So, as you explore the wonderful stories and lessons learned that are shared by Lise Leblanc in this book, I wish you peace, joy and most of all, increased awareness that will make the time you spend looking after a loved one as stress free, effective as rewarding as possible for as long as you shall live.
-- Caroline Tapp-McDougall, Founder of CanadaCares

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