Caregivers Must Take Care Of Themselves

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Greetings! This quote from Topher Kearby caught my eye, and I want to share it with all of you. "Never be ashamed to say….I'm worn out. I need some time for myself. That's not being selfish; that's not being weak. That's being human." This question of how caregivers can take care of themselves is ... Read More

Caregiving and Working: How to Juggle it All

Caregiving and trying to work at home are a challenge, and we must acknowledge that although it can be helpful and we want to do this, it is hard to find a work-life balance. Many caregivers find that as their loved one's needs grow over time, the ability to balance caregiving with other responsibilities becomes ... Read More

How To Be the Caregiver You Want To Be


When you are a caregiver for someone who has dementia or any other illness, organization in your life is crucial. The road to coping with dementia and being a primary caregiver is fraught with continuous twists and turns. This organization includes medical, legal, financial and home needs before and after the diagnosis. It is important ... Read More

We Can Not Do Care Giving Alone Now More Than Ever

As we navigate through the world where the COVID health crisis continues to be a significant part of our lives, it is imperative to take care of ourselves. If we are also a caregiver for a loved one, the job is even more overwhelming stressful. Can you imagine what it would feel like if your ... Read More

Working with CareGivers-WellBeing

We offer personalized consulting and group services to help you navigate very complicated waters:

Caregiver Consulting

What is needed so that
Caregiver can survive the
Caregiving job

Organizational Consulting

Home organization
guidance for before and
after the diagnosis

Corporate Consulting

Employee and Executive Coaching
Keynote and Breakout Sessions

Why Choose CareGivers-WellBeing

CareGivers-WellBeing is a personalized consulting practice which works with those taking care of dementia patients. There are three pillars to our services which include the whole illness, whole person, and whole family. We work with you to navigate these very complicated waters.


Although based in metrowest Boston, Ellie consults with caregivers across the U.S., both in-person and virtually.

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