H.O.P.E. – WINNER OF THE TODAY’S CAREGIVER FRIENDLY AWARD
H.O.P.E. – Winner of the Today’s Caregiver Friendly Award
I am so honored that “H.O.P.E. for the Alzheimer’s Journey” is a 2020 Today’s Caregiver Friendly Award Winner. Today’s Caregiver magazine and caregiver.com have been supporting caregivers since 1995. This award recognizes books, media, products, and services that help caregivers along their journey. The award recognition stated “H.O.P.E. enlightens caregivers on many issues that confront all caregivers, not just Alzheimer’s caregivers.” Please see what else they said about H.O.P.E and all the winning products and services here.
Spreading the Message of H.O.P.E in Caregiving Articles
Caregiving, especially for a loved one living with Alzheimer’s is extremely difficult. My brothers and I were caregivers for our mother who lived with Alzheimer’s for over 11 years. My mission is to help caregivers have a less stressful, more rewarding journey by providing tips, tools, advice, and encouragement. I spread my message of H.O.P.E. wherever I can to reach as many caregivers as possible. I am blessed to share my message of H.O.P.E. as a contributor to the following caregiver articles:
* “The 30 Most Important Things for Caregivers to Keep in Mind When Receiving Remote Care,” Seniorlink Blog, Angela Stringfellow, August 11, 2020. View the article here.
* “Sleep and Alzheimer’s,” The Mattress Nerd, Jennifer Walker-Journey, August 26, 2020. Read the article here.
* “There is Hope for Alzheimer’s Caregivers,” Carol B. Amos, Senior Moments Aging Care Partners, June 8, 2020. View the article here.
Spreading the Message of H.O.P.E. through Social Media
Please follow me on social media to receive useful information on Alzheimer’s disease and caregiving. In March I created Telephone Tuesday and on every Tuesday I encourage everyone to call a family member or friend quarantined in a hospital or senior facility. Social interaction is vital for those in quarantine or living alone. Please encourage others to call seniors they know on Telephone Tuesday. Follow all of my posts at :
* LinkedIN at Carol B. Amos
* Facebook @hopeforthealzheimersjourney
* Twitter @Carolbamos
H.O.P.E. NYC Big Book Award Trailer
H.O.P.E. for the Alzheimer’s Journey: Help, Organization, Preparation, and Education for the Road Ahead has helped hundreds of caregivers have a less stressful, more rewarding journey. H.O.P.E. provides tips, tools, advice, knowledge, and encouragement for caregivers. Each chapter begins with a personal reflection and ends with a checklist. Personal family emails are used throughout to convey information, share thoughts, concerns, and emotions, and to demonstrate some of the concepts.This caregiver guide is available at www.carolbamos.com. Please view the H.O.P.E. video as the caregiving winner produced by the NYC Big Book Award.
Spreading the Message of H.O.P.E. – Upcoming Events
I am currently scheduling H.O.P.E. seminars for the remainder of the year. Please contact me if you are interested in a virtual H.O.P.E. seminar for your staff, residents, church, or support group. Here are two upcoming events:
TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF
H.O.P.E. New Years' Sale
12/29/2020 2:30:00 AM by: Carol B Amos
SAYING GOODBYE TO 2020
12/3/2020 1:00:00 AM by: Carol B Amos
H.O.P.E. - Winner of the Today’s Caregiver Friendly Award
9/17/2020 1:41:00 AM by: Carol B. Amos
THE CAREGIVING PRINCIPLE®: HELPING CAREGIVERS MEET THE NEEDS OF THEIR LOVED ONE DURING COVID-19
6/1/2020 2:01:00 AM by: Carol B. Amos
CAREGIVING DURING COVID-19
4/10/2020 9:54:00 PM by: Carol B. Amos
1/14/2020 3:00:00 PM by: Carol B. Amos
NATIONAL FAMILY CAREGIVERS MONTH
11/28/2019 12:54:00 PM by: Carol B. Amos
8/15/2019 5:59:00 PM by: Carol B. Amos
H.O.P.E. for the Alzheimer’s Journey is Now Available
10/26/2018 11:59:00 AM by: Carol B. Amos
ALZHEIMER'S CARE GIVING AT CHRISTMAS
12/3/2017 11:00:00 AM by: Carol B. Amos
YOU ARE NOT ALONE
9/3/2017 11:00:00 AM by: Carol B. Amos
REDUCING RISK FACTORS FOR ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
6/4/2017 11:00:00 AM by: Carol B. Amos
DO YOU SNORE?
2/5/2017 11:00:00 AM by: Carol B. Amos