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Month: December 2020

TIPS for the Hardest Discussion You'll Ever Have

Tips for One of the Hardest Conversations You’ll Ever Have

No one wants to talk about end of life planning until its the middle of a crisis and you are grasping at straws. Being proactive can minimize pain and suffering more than almost any other action you can take. This is why we need to talk about end of life long before it becomes a reality. What is an Advanced Directive and how to initiate the discussion?
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Caregiving Can Crush Your

Caregiving Can Crush Your Employees and What Employers Can Do to Help

According to Caregiving in the U.S. 2020, a joint research study between the National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, caregivers are stressed and it’s impacting their health. LIFE COORDINATED can help.
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Getting Back In The Game After Caregiving

Getting Back in The Game: How to Return to the Workforce After a Break for Caregiving

Professionals get often get stuck on some of the very basics. Carol told me, "If someone is returning to work after a career break, there is always the question of how to discuss the 'gap'. We recommend language that identifies the reason for the career break succinctly, indicates it is now resolved, and then moves on immediately to why the person is such an excellent candidate for the job.”
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COVID SAFETY - Wear a mask

5 Tips to Stay Safe During the Pandemic

The past year has been a scary time for many and we still have some rough days ahead. Socially distancing and remaining at home is your best strategy. Below are five tips to stay as safe and as engaged as possible during the pandemic.
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