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Rayna Neises author of No Regrets:  Hope for Your Caregiving Season, ICF certified coach, Positive Approach® to Care Independent Certified Trainer, the host of “A Season of Caring” podcast, and speaker is passionate about supporting daughters and sons in a season of caring with their aging parents. Rayna lost both of her parents to Alzheimer’s disease twenty years apart. After her season of caring for her dad through his journey, she founded A Season of Caring where she offers regret-free resources, encouragement, and support aimed at preventing family caregivers from aimlessly wandering through this important season of life. Rayna lives on a farm in southeast Kansas with her husband, Ron, and a small pack of adorable dogs. She is the baby of her family, but most would never guess. In her free time, Rayna enjoys crafts of all kinds and spending time with her grandkids most of all.

A few highlights from the show:

1. Caregiving is a new season and you can't do all that you did in your season before. You have to make room!

2. Set clear expectations for in-home care providers. Share routines and document things so they are aware of your expectations. However, identify expectations for yourself first and write them down.

3. When you become a caregiver you are managing. 

4. Gift your favorite caregiver CARE for the Caregiver affirmation cards. Give some encouragement 

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The HOPE Team Caring Quiz:, Discover your caregiver personality.

🦄About Me:

In 2011, I was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma, out of the blue. I did not have any prior health concerns or issues. Fast forward, the dreaded cancer diagnosis opened my eyes, introduced me to my purpose, and lead me to where I am today.

As a Cancer Doula, I use my 11 years of experience with cancer to support and guide others diagnosed with cancer. Many people are not familiar with what a cancer doula is. Think of me as a personal patient advocate. Schedule a free 30-minute Meet and Greet call to learn more.

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