Feel Good Living TV: Feeling Overwhelmed as a Caregiver? Interview with Leanna Hamill

Have you recently become the caregiver of an aging or ill person?  On this episode of Feel Good Living TV, I interview Hingham-based Elder Law and Estate Planning Attorney Leanna Hamill about her new program designed to help you feel less overwhelmed if you’ve recently found yourself in the position of caregiver.  Leanna’s program will help you identify the action steps you need to take to make sure everyone involved is taken care of, including you as the caregiver.

Leanna works with families primarily in Eastern Massachusetts.  If you are not in this area, I encourage you to read her blog or get in touch with her and she might be able to refer you elsewhere.  Her blog offers a lot of valuable information about Elder Law and Estate Planning.  Plus, Leanna is a great person to work with – compassionate and caring.

The interview is 10 minutes and provides a bit more information about her “Overwhelmed” program, which you can read more about on her site Hamill Law Office and then click the tab “Overwhelmed?”  You can also call her at Phone: 781.749.2284.

When you and your family are well taken care of, that is feel-good living.

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4 Comments:

  • http://YogaDemystified.com Bob Weisenberg

    Hi, Stacey

    How very timely. I’m in the middle of handling my Dad’s estate right now, and I moved him to Milwaukee three years ago so I could take care of him in his last years. See “My Father: Yoga at 87” http://bit.ly/7I0s4f

    I don’t feel overwhelmed, because I’ve got the background to handle it, but I will still browse through this link for tips.

    Thanks.

    Bob Weisenberg
    http://YogaDemystified.com

  • http://www.positiveletters.com Hilary

    Hi Stacey and Leanna .. this is my arena .. and all support and advice, links to resources for people in need in Massachusetts .. I’m sure is absolutely right. I’ve been struglling on my own, without support from my family, albeit financials and the legals are taken care of .. it’s that back up one needs. Probably more from the community somewhere .. England is different.

    But I’m sure Leanna’s service will be hugely helpful to many families .. great interview – thank you .. Hilary

  • http://www.workhappynow.com Karl Staib – Work Happy Now

    My wife’s grandfather has Alzheimer Disease. He was recently found riding his golf cart 4 miles, on a major road, from his retirement home. My wife’s parents had to pick him up at 12am and take him back home. It’s not easy taking care of someone else.

    Thanks Stacey, this is a great resource.

  • http://staceyshipman.com Stacey Shipman

    Hi everyone – I think it’s important to always have support in this area. I’m not there yet, but I’m sure some day I will be. It’s not easy taking care of someone else, and remembering to care for your own health and well-being as well. Leanna has some great info on her site whether you are Massachusetts based or not. I hope it helps.

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