Are you a caregiver to a loved one? Do you feel stressed, overwhelmed, under appreciated and unnoticed? GT Independence wants to take a moment to not only inform you that what you do is important but that we see you.
As we enter the New Year you may have already decided on your resolutions for self-improvement, but have you considered an action plan to help your role as a caregiver?
As the holiday season approaches it is common to expect a feeling of joy to erupt among your loved ones. However for some, the holidays bring a sense of loneliness and depression, better yet known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
Sensory Processing Disorder is a condition where one’s brain has trouble receiving and responding to information that comes through their senses. This could include hypersensitivity to light, sound, even certain smells and the way things feel. Although many SPD cases are in connection with other disorders such as ADHD or Autism, Sensory Processing Disorders can be diagnosed on its own making it an invisible disability many can’t see.
We all know that the world we live in today is not what it used to be. Continuously, we hear stories on the news about technology’s growth and the dangers it possesses, from cyber attacks and bullying to scams and fraudulent acts targeting people all over the world.