A Week in the Life of a Caregiver

This week has brought many trials. First, I had four sections of papers to grade for my forty-five graduate students, so time was already at a premium. On Tuesday, as I was driving to a meeting, someone shot out the rear passenger side window as I was moving down the highway at 55mph. It just […]

Caregiver Marathon Training Course

The responsibility to be a caregiver comes to most of us as a surprise, like an unwanted task that presents itself in our “to do” box. This was my situation when my husband was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. We had just moved away from family and friends to a new home in the Texas countryside where […]