Holiday Progressive Blog Party 2015

Mandy Chamberlain MOTR/L Education & Tips for Independent Living 6 Comments

Welcome!

I am so glad you are here and am excited to be a part of CareGiving.com's annual Holiday Progressive Blog Party! It is such a great way to connect with caregivers at all stages of caring and celebrate the season!

I have a free gift (just for you!) at the end of this post...just for stopping by! 🙂

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About Seniors Flourish

My name is Mandy Chamberlain.  I am an occupational therapist who is passionate about helping keep seniors as independent as possible, for as long as possible! I enjoy helping caregivers problem solve the day-to-day physical and cognitive challenges that the person they are caring for endures. I also love helping caregivers stay healthy through education in exercise, therapy and tips for the physical aches and pains of caregiving.

It is because of this, I decided to start Seniors Flourish. I am first and foremost a senior and caregiver advocate. This site provides daily living aid reviews, comparisons and recommendations of products that can help alleviate some burdens and maintain a senior's dignity through helping them stay independent and active.

There are also videos and educational information on therapy tips, how to use independent living products and tons of resources that I have gained by working with the thousands of families though my professional experience and through my own family's caregiving experiences.

I helped take care of my grandfather though my teen years, which absolutely shaped me into the person I am today.  You can read the entire story here on my post, About Seniors Flourish.

Come!

Poke around!

Get to know me!

I would love to help you on your caregiving journey - where ever you are and help provide answers to your daily challenges. Leave a comment below!

I invite you to like my Facebook Page and sign up for our emails so you can stay in the loop of what's going on at Seniors Flourish.

As a gift for stopping by, I have a few inspirational printables you can print off and frame. Also, be sure to comment so you can sign up and win a $10 Starbucks gift card and have a "cup on me!"

Enjoy and Happy Holidays!

Caregiving Inspirational Printables 

 

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Comments 6

  1. I’m so glad we’ve connected, Mandy!!

    Thank you so much for partying with us. 🙂

    Wishing you and yours a happy and healthy holiday season.

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  2. Hi Mandy, I thought I had visited your site and commented, but maybe I didn’t. There are so many participants in the Holiday Progressive Blog Party it’s hard to keep track! Thank you for participating so I could be introduced to your site. I care for my husband who has pancreatic cancer and for two years I have been a member of Caregiving.com, where I blog as “Hussy.” I’m glad to find this site because I definitely see some senior caregiving on the horizon — at 78, my MIL still lives independently but she is beginning to slow down and I’ve really seen a decline in the past year. So I envision that I will be providing more caregiving for her at some point.

    Best wishes for the holiday season!

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      Hi Shelley! Glad you stopped by!The Blog Hop was fun and Denise and Caregiving.com is such an amazing support to so many people! Being a caregiver is such a big job…let me know if there is something in particular you would like me to blog about…love getting input from the people that need it the most! Best wishes and happy holidays

  3. I am happy to find your website for a number of reasons. I am also a caregiver – found your site through the caregiving.com blog party – and I have Parkinson’s disease. All those wonderful OT hints will be great for me, too. Though the comments section is letting me post as “Mo” (a fictional character waiting for her story), I am Terri, aka Goldie. I post as Goldie on Caregiving.com for two reasons – partly to keep my posts somewhat anonymous and because I was christened Goldie by a good friend.

    Happy holidays to you and your family!

    terri

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      Hi Teri! Glad you stopped on over! The blog party really has been fun and I’ve been able to meet so many people, just like you! Feel free to drop a line anytime and if there is something you think I could help you out with, just ask! Plus, I would love to write writing content based on what people are really needing. I appreciate you!

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