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Rick Lauber

Rick Lauber
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Rick Lauber is a published book author and established freelance writer. Lauber has written two books, Caregiver’s Guide for Canadians and The Successful Caregiver’s Guide (Self-Counsel Press) as valuable resources for prospective, new and current caregivers. He is also very pleased to have been twice-selected as a contributor in Chicken Soup for the Soul: It’s Christmas! as well as Chicken Soup for the Soul: My Very Good, Very Bad Cat. www.ricklauber.com.

It’s Not Only The Elderly That Require Caregiving

A couple of months had passed since I last saw my good friend, Larry (not his real name). Our latest meeting was for coffee...

Long-Term Care Can Provide Help For Seniors And Respite For Caregivers

You’ve certainly heard the phrase, “Many hands make light work”. Nothing could be more true for caregivers. Involving others – either by their own...

With An Aging Population, Are You Prepared For Caregiving?

With our country’s rapidly aging population, the day may well come when you must provide (or help to provide) care for an aging parent/friend/partner....

Caring In The Cold

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but, like it or not, winter is a certainty. You may be tempted to curl...

Breaking The Caregiving Code

-.-. .- .-. . --. .. ...- .. -. --.             This is Morse Code for “caregiving”. If you don’t know how to break the code,...

5 Essential Things That Elder Caregivers Need To Know

The leaves will soon change color and there will be a chill in the air outside. With the winter season fast approaching, I am...

Caregiving Respite from A to ZZZ

How are you sleeping at night? Or are you sleeping at all? Getting a good night’s rest is one of the simplest (and most...

Balancing Plates Is Easier Than Balancing Caregiver Duties

Experienced restaurant servers maneuver through a sea of customer tables often transporting loaded plates in both hands. Doing so requires skill, dexterity, and balance....

“Worry Guide” For Caregivers

Do you agree with everything you see or hear? We all have concerns, issues and situations to deal with but it is our choice...

Home Is Where The Heart Is, But Is It Safe For...

It’s familiar and it’s comfortable, but is it safe? A person’s home, as they say, is his/her castle; however, when it comes to personal...