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Publication Family Caregiving: Key Support Resources in Family Caregiving
Support and resources in the caregiving process come in many forms: prayer, talking to family or friends, visits with professionals or assistive equipment. One of the most important aspects of managing life as a caregiver is accessing useful resources that can provide needed knowledge, skills or assistance.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Family Caregiving: Myths and Realities of Family Caregiving
Understanding myths versus realities in family caregiving can be helpful. This publication explores different realities you can face with family caregiving.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Family Caregiving: Starting the Care Conversation
Family members or friends may feel awkward or uncertain about having a conversation with you about providing care. They may worry about your feelings or be unsure of what you think. You can help them by starting the care conversation.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Family Caregiving: Tips for Reducing Stress for Family Caregivers
Caregiving provided to aging family members or others in need often is associated with stress and burnout. Although providing direct care to a family member or someone else can result in significant stress, remember that this experience can have positive benefits as well. Consider the rewards and challenges of the caregiving experience honestly.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Family Caregiving: Helpful Resources for Family Caregivers
One of the most important aspects of managing life as a family caregiver is accessing useful resources that can provide needed knowledge and skills. The list of helpful resources below provides information about educational materials and support organizations related to family caregiving. It is not exhaustive but instead provides a beginning point for those involved in family caregiving.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Octet Stream Family Engagement in Early Childhood Settings in North Dakota: Opportunities, Barriers and Parent Preferences
Early childhood education programs and resources can provide important benefits to young children and their families between birth and five years of age. This report reviews findings from research in North Dakota on family engagement opportunities, issues and resources in the state.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication chemical/x-pdb A Resource Menu for Family Engagement
Family engagement focuses on building positive relationships and supporting children and families. This document provides a menu of resources and organizations for understanding and promoting family engagement in early childhood settings.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication Family Engagement in Early Childhood Settings in North Dakota: Opportunities, Barriers and Parent Preferences (Executive Summary)
Early childhood education programs and resources can provide important benefits to young children and their families between birth and five years of age. This report shares key findings from research in North Dakota on family engagement opportunities, issues and preferences among parents and early childhood professionals.
Located in Kids & Family
Publication C header Nourishing Your Mind and Body: Manage Stress for Better Health
People have different definitions of stress. Probably the most common definition is “physical, mental or emotion strain or tension.” Stress is different for all of us. People will perceive the same stressor in a number of ways and, therefore, react to it differently. An event can be overwhelming to one person and exciting to another. For example, many politicians, comedians and public speakers truly enjoy appearing on stage in front of huge crowds, while the same situation provides anxiety and fear for other people.
Located in Health & Fitness
Publication ECMAScript program Addressing Gossip, Whining, Conflict and Negative Attitudes
People need to feel valued. A workplace that values diversity and manages change with respectful conversations will have less negativity to address.
Located in Leadership
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