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Comfor, Care and Nourishment

Bru harvesting a heart-shaped potato from her garden in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Comfort, Care and Nourishment are the heart of my work and philosophy. As a baker, restauranteur and caterer, I have brought quality ingredients and attention to detail in the making and serving of delicious foods. My career evolved into personal chef and shopper to keep households running smoothly and families well fed. That is how my jobs in caregiving to the elderly and infirmed began, first in nourishment, then in loving care for those who need it.

Lessons from a Caregiver’s intent is to bring assured calm and comfort to the lives of those who care for others.

Caregiving Tip: Enticing someone to eat

To entice someone to eat, it is okay to go outside the boundaries. Perhaps this person only likes breakfast. Great! You have lots of choices… Offer and serve any kind of breakfast, lunch or dinner the person wants any time of day. From Lessons from a Caregiver.

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