End-of-life care presents unique logistical and emotional challenges for family caregivers, who often face stigma surrounding decision-making, complex care needs, and misperceptions about palliative and hospice care. Our CEO, Shara Cohen, recently spoke on a panel at HLTH 2023, discussing how healthcare organizations can enhance the caregiving experience for these dedicated individuals.
The holidays are right around the corner and we’re using this Caregiver Conversation by Carallel to get prepared for the season. Because while it’s common for the season to bring joy, merriment, and run of the mill family stress–it can bring an entirely different brand of stress for those of us who are caring for a loved one.
There are countless to-do’s on our plate as family caregivers each day. We’re coordinating and managing care, helping our loved one’s find purpose, keeping them safe–and everything between. There are stressors at every turn. But keeping friends and family up-to-date and rallying our community to help shouldn’t be one of them. So that’s why we … A Caregiver Conversation by Carallel, featuring CaringBridge: Streamlining Communication and Rallying Community
Carallel’s Director of Caregiver Engagement, Matt Perrin, is joined by Ron Gura, Founder and CEO of Empathy, a company created to help families deal with loss, and Shara Cohen, President and CEO of Carallel, to discuss the idea of thinking differently about the end of life and loss. They dive deep into why we should … A Caregiver Conversation by Carallel, featuring Empathy: Thinking Differently About the End of Life
The financial impact of caring for a loved one can be significant, if not life-altering. In this Caregiver Journey Conversation with Carallel, Matt Perrin and Carallel Care Advocate, Stephanie Banta, confront this hard truth and share practical ways that we can make caring for our loved one more affordable. Featured Experts Contact Carallel if you’re a … A Caregiver Conversation by Carallel: The Financial Impact of Caregiving and What We Can Do About It
Hospital stays – particularly for seniors and patients with complex care needs – are stressful and overwhelming. Hospital discharge processes are confusing and insufficient. And, that is rarely the end of the challenge. When someone is discharged from the hospital, they often return to their home in a new state of “normal” — one with likely escalated vulnerability and support needs.