Caregiving roles provide a lot of opportunities to learn and practice new skills. You may be asked to do all sorts of tasks, from running errands to medical-related tasks like checking blood pressure.
At Sunrise Services, we often talk with family caregivers who are overwhelmed with new caregiving responsibilities and looking for community resources to help. In this article, we will share some general tips you may find helpful. If you have more specific questions, feel free to reach out to us for help!
As a caregiver for someone with dementia, you may need to change your communication style slightly. These listening and speaking strategies can help both of you communicate more effectively.
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If you’re feeling exhausted or unmotivated at work, these 5 tips can help you avoid burnout, become better at your job, and feel more satisfied in your work.
We hope this list is helpful with getting you started on your caregiver career. If you are interested in caregiver training options or getting a caregiver job in the Seattle area, don’t hesitate to contact Sunrise Services.
Whether you are a prospective caregiver just starting out, on track to eventually become a NAC, or just looking to continue your home care aide education, Sunrise Services has a flexible and diverse training program that fits your needs wherever you are on your caregiving journey.
At Sunrise Services, we train and certify caregivers and help them connect with clients. With caregiving jobs on the rise across the country, it’s a great time to dive into this career and start changing people’s lives.
Sunrise is hiring for a wide range of positions that help community members throughout the Puget Sound Region. Check out our job search page to see what’s available right now.
Burnout is a common syndrome that typically results from workplace stress and is often exacerbated by issues in other areas of a person’s life. While it can happen to anyone, it’s fairly common among care workers. Many caregivers have high mental, physical, and emotional demands and don’t always get the help they need.