Caregivers Of Cardiovascular Patients

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Caregivers of Cardiovascular PatientsINFORMATION GUIDEThe purpose of this guide is to help patients and families find sources ofinformation and support. This list is not meant to be comprehensive, but ratherto provide starting points for information seeking. The resources may beobtained at the Mardigian Wellness Resource Center located off the Atrium onFloor 2 of the Cardiovascular Center. Visit our website -centerand online Information guides at, Fact sheets American Heart Associationo How Can I Support My Loved One?o How Should I Care for Myself, as a Caregiver?o How Should I Communicate, as a Caregiver?o How Should I Communicate with Heart and Stroke Patients?o What Are the Caregiver’s Rights?o What Is Caregiver Burnout?These fact sheets are available oll down to the Caregivers menu to find these titles. Family Caregiver Alliance (FCA)o Caregiving 101: On Being a Caregivero Caregiving at Home: A Guide to Community Resourceso Caregiving with Your Siblingso Depression & Caregivingo Emotional Side of Caregivingo Hiring In-Home Helpo Holding a Family Meetingo Hospital Discharge Planning: A Guide for Families and Caregiverso Taking Care of YOU: Self-Care for Family Caregiverso What Every Caregiver Needs to Know about MoneyThese fact sheets as well as others are available at: of these sheets are available in Spanish, Chinese, Korean, andVietnamese.Caregivers of Cardiovascular PatientsMardigian Wellness Resource CenterPage 1

Caregivers of Cardiovascular PatientsINFORMATION GUIDE Heart Failure SocietyoPatient ToolsEducational tools and resources to help patients and ols National Institute on Agingo Make Yourself a Priority, Too: Tips for ics/make-yourself-priority-tootips-caregiverso So Far Away: Twenty Questions and Answers About eBooksCaregivers of Cardiovascular Patients Meyer, Maria M. et al. The Comfort of Home for Chronic Heart Failure: AGuide for Caregivers. Portland, OR: CareTrust Publications LLC, 2009. Meyer, Maria M., Paula Derr, & John Caswell. The Comfort of Home forStroke: A Guide for Caregivers. Portland, OR: CareTrust Publications LLC,2007. Palmer, Sara. When Your Spouse Has a Stroke: Caring For Your Partner,Yourself, and Your Relationship. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins UniversityPress, 2011. Senelick, Richard. Living with Stroke: A Guide for Patients and Families.Birmingham, AL: Health South Press, 2010.General Caregiving Abramson, Alexis. The Caregiver’s Survival Handbook. New York, NY: AJAssociates LLC, 2011. Brent, Carolyn. The Caregiver’s Companion: Caring for Your Loved OneMedically, Financially and Emotionally While Caring for Yourself. DonMills, Ontario, Canada: Harlequin, 2015.Caregivers of Cardiovascular PatientsMardigian Wellness Resource CenterPage 2

Caregivers of Cardiovascular PatientsINFORMATION GUIDE Brown, Denise M. The Caregiving Years: Six Stages to a MeaningfulJourney. Chicago, IL: Tad Publishing, 2014. FitzPatrick, Jennifer L. Cruising Through Care Giving: Reducing the Stressof Caring for Your Loved One. Austin, TX: Greenleaf Book Group Press,2016. Gross, Jane. A Bittersweet Season: Caring for Our Aging Parents—andOurselves. New York, NY: Vintage Books, 2011. Hohler, Sharon E. Caregiver’s Guide: Care for Yourself While You Care forYour Loved Ones. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., 2012. Kriseman, Nancy L. The Mindful Caregiver: Finding Ease in the CaregivingJourney. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014. Lunden, Joan and Newmark, Amy. Chicken Soup for the Soul: FamilyCaregivers: 101 Stories of Love, Sacrifice and Bonding. Cos Cob, CT:Chicken Soup for the Soul Publishers, 2012. Meyer, Maria M., Paula Derr. Caregiving in the Comfort of Home: AComplete Guide for Caregivers. 4th Edition. Portland, OR: CareTrustPublications LLC, 2014. Morris, Virginia. How to Care for Aging Parents: A One-Stop Resource forAll Your Medical, Financial, Housing, and Emotional Issues. New York:Workman Publishing, 2014. Pacini, Greg. Journey Beyond Diagnosis: Support During and After Illnessfor Survivors and Those who Love and Care for Them. St. Louis, MO:Reedy Press, 2005. Sheehy, Gail. Passages in Caregiving. New York: Harper Publishing, 2010.Caregivers of Cardiovascular PatientsMardigian Wellness Resource CenterPage 3

Caregivers of Cardiovascular PatientsINFORMATION GUIDEAudio Visual Resources Your Heart Surgery: Realization and Repair (American Heart Association) wMDUXJiXqpwThis video features helpful tips from others who have successfullyrecovered from heart surgery, including how to plan and prepare for yoursurgery. Your Heart Surgery: Rehab and Recovery (American Heart Association) Af0zMG 1A8sThis video features helpful tips from others who have successfullyrecovered from heart surgery, including how to maximize your recovery athome.Web Resources AARP: Family ng/?cmp RDRCTCRGNG APR12 012This site provides both practical and emotional information on Caregiving,including webinars and videos. An Online Community is also available. American Heart Association: Caregiver giver-supportThis section provides information on the rights and responsibilities ofcaregivers, as well as lifestyle and communication tips. Caregiver Action Network (CAN) is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering familycaregivers to act on behalf of themselves and their loved ones, and toremove barriers to their health and wellbeing. Eldercare Locator: U.S. Administration on lps you to locate services for older adults and their families within yourcommunity.Caregivers of Cardiovascular PatientsMardigian Wellness Resource CenterPage 4

Caregivers of Cardiovascular PatientsINFORMATION GUIDE Family Caregiver Alliance (FCA): Caregiving Info & Advice’s mission is to improve the quality of life for caregivers and those theycare for through information, services, and advocacy. Family Caregiver Council of national family caregiver organizations, innovative companies inthe active aging space, and aging experts have joined together to form aresource to support the family caregiver. Lotsa Helping Hands site lets you create a Care Community and then invite friends andfamily to join. This can help with coordination of care and include aschedule and tasks which community members can volunteer for. National Alliance for Caregiving National Alliance for Caregiving is a non-profit coalition of nationalorganizations focusing on advancing family caregiving through research,innovation and advocacy. Their site also provides information forcaregivers.This document contains information and/or instructional materials developed by the University of Michigan Health System (UMHS) for the typical patientwith your condition. It may include links to online content that was not created by UMHS and for which UMHS does not assume responsibility. It doesnot replace medical advice from your health care provider because your experience may differ from that of the typical patient. Talk to your health careprovider if you have any questions about this document, your condition or your treatment plan. 2020 The Regents of the University of MichiganDocument #365/ Compiled by Amy Hyde, MLIS, Mardigian Wellness Resource Center LibrarianCaregivers of Cardiovascular PatientsMardigian Wellness Resource CenterPage 5

Family Caregiver Alliance (FCA) o Caregiving 101: On Being a Caregiver o Caregiving at Home: A Guide to Community Resources o Caregiving with Your Siblings o Depression & Caregiving o Emotional Side of Caregiving o Hiring In-Home Help o Holding a Family Meeting o Hospital Di

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