Ernest Hemingway was once challenged to write a book in six words or less. He wrote, “For sale: baby shoes. Never worn.” Dr. Seuss was given a similar challenge to write a book using 25 words or less. The result of this challenge was The Cat in the Hat. I was very excited to be added to the talented authors of the Six-Word Lesson series and join the ranks of these amazing authors. In our “go go go” world where folks want quick, easy information, this felt like the perfect platform to give you some quick tips on caregiving that will make it easier without taking more of your valuable time. I have divided this book into 10 chapters based on questions I get in my classes, such as:
The differences between types of caregivers
Frustration with other healthcare professionals
What to do when it’s time to go to the hospital
It is my sincerest hope that you will get some tricks, understanding and knowledge from these short lessons and that you will enjoy learning more about how to become an even more phenomenal caregiver.