What Lisa Will Do For Your Business, Group, Or Organization
Lisa Oakley helps individuals who are stressed and overwhelmed by the squeeze of caring for their aging parents, and raising their children. The stress felt by the
sandwich generation spills over to affect their work, their relationship with their partner, their parents, and even their children.
Along with offering a wealth of resources to facilitate the health, financial, legal, and daily living aspects of providing top-quality eldercare, Lisa guides families to be prepared and organized so that they may have a more balanced life. Lisa’s philosophy is simple, she helps families to create a strategic step-by-step plan of organization that will empower them in making informed decisions and leave them more time to spend enjoying their loved one.
You will love Lisa’s content rich, story based, action oriented eldercare talks that will take your audience from struggle and exhaustion to confidence and vigor.
The 4 Critical Eldercare Principles: How to Take Care of Your Loved One Without Losing Your Self or Your Mind
30 – 60 – or 90 minutes
Need a primer on providing eldercare? Bring in Lisa to cover caregiving essentials for nonprofessionals who find themselves in the role of primary caregiver for an aging friend or relative. In this speech, Lisa eliminates her audience’s overwhelm by methodically laying out the key considerations any first-time caregiver should have on the radar:
- Recognize the biggest challenges to caregiving and how to address them.
- Minimize overwhelm when you’re trying to keep the many pieces of caregiving straight.
- Make the best use of your other relationships that play a key role in your being a caregiver.
- Head off challenges to your other relationships during the caregiving journey and create a healthy balance.
- Reclaim your precious time and refocus your energy to further nurture all your relationships so that they become your source of strength and fulfillment during the caregiving journey.
Lisa helps real estate offices cultivate relationships with families whose parents are downsizing. She covers the various situations realtors are likely to encounter and what resources they’ll need when working with the elderly and their families.
In 2005, Lisa Oakley found herself thrown into the role of primary caregiver for her uncle. Completely unprepared for the challenges of the role, she nonetheless discovered that she thrived in the role of primary caregiver. When her father fell ill in 2008, Lisa went through the process of providing in-depth care a second time. In 2009, Lisa launched The Shifting Path with the goal of using her experience to help other caregivers navigate the varied and complex challenges of eldercare. Today, The Shifting Path provides a wealth of resources to facilitate being prepared and organized to an aging parent. She coaches families through the emotional turmoil that comes with trying to balance it all.
Company website: http://www.theshiftingpath.com/