10 Warning Signs of Crossing Professional Boundaries, Healthcare Video Training Playlist, and Working With Hospitals Who Want to Dump Patients
Dear :

Being a healthcare professional can be exhausting and rewarding at the same time. Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt any or all of the below?
  • As a female, with a career in healthcare you are a double or triple duty caregiver. You give care at work and at home for children and possibly aging parents. Family expects this of you because you have a healthcare background. Honestly, how much more can you be expected to do?
  • The family members of your clients or patients create drama. You see family walking toward you and you’d like to run in the other direction. If they didn’t interfere, caring for your clients would be so much easier!
  • Co-workers don’t pull their weight. They’re here for a paycheck, not because they care. You feel that work is dumped on you because you will get the job done.
  • There is little support in knowing how to respond to difficult clients or patients. Some of them scare you. You don’t want to neglect their care but you simply don’t know what else to try.
Working in the healthcare industry is challenging. You love your job. But training and support is not always readily available. Management may not be approachable.


Then you’ll LOVE this opportunity to receive a little inspiration, an ear to bend, and someone to give you confidence in your abilities. Plus, a realistic discussion about hospitals not wanting to admit your patients and dumping them back on you for care.

I’ve been a family caregiver and a professional caregiving advocate for more than 20 years. The benefits of collaborating with healthcare professionals has been of great benefit to my clients.

Check out my newsletter article about maintaining professional boundaries.
10 Warning Signs of Crossing Professional Boundaries: When Family Caregiver Stress Pulls at the Heartstrings of Caring Professionals
As increasing emotional and physical stress is experienced by family caregivers, care professionals working in healthcare offices, care communities, and for care agencies have a heightened responsibility to maintain clear and appropriate professional boundaries. If you are a healthcare professional feeling pulled into family disagreements, talking to family members about areas outside of your scope of practice, or feeling that you understand problems better than the family or other members of your care team, you have violated professional boundaries. You cannot be a friend and a caring professional. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
Want to lower stress, anxiety, and collaborate with colleagues?

CLICK HERE to join my private Facebook Professional caregiver support group.

CLICK HERE to view my playlist of helpful professional caregiving video series on You Tube. Feel free to share these videos with colleagues and use them at training meetings for your company. They’re FREE.

You’ll receive tips and helpful information to eliminate worry and gain confidence. The time is now.

And a bonus article for this month on a hot topic, working with hospitals who refuse to admit and dump your clients or patients back on you.
Older Adults Placed at Healthcare Risks by Hospitals Seeking to Avoid Financial Readmissions Penalties
On October 2, 2012 the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, through the Affordable Care Act Section 3025, began implementing policies to reduce hospital re-admissions by older adult Medicare beneficiaries. (1)  What this means for older adults is that hospitals are financially penalized if there is a return to any hospital within 30 days of discharge for specific conditions. Surprise exists that hospitals have found a way around the readmission penalties placing the healthcare of older adults at risk.  CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
Questions? Reply to this email and let me know how I might be of service. Do a good deed and help a professional colleague. Forward this email to someone you feel who might find this information helpful.

In gratitude and service,

Pamela D. Wilson MS, BS/BA, CG, CSA

Caregiving Expert, Advocate, and Speaker

P.S.  And if you have clients who are caregivers or care receivers, send them to my website for free information.
Pamela D. Wilson, MS, BS/BA, CG, CSA, a National Certified Guardian and Certified Senior Advisor, is a caregiving and elder care expert, advocate, and speaker. Pamela offers family caregivers programming and support to navigate the challenges of providing, navigating, and planning for care. She guides professionals practicing in estate planning, elder and probate law, and financial planning to create plans to address unexpected concerns identified in her past role as a professional fiduciary. Healthcare professionals are supported by Pamela’s expertise to increase responsiveness and sensitivity to the extensive range of care challenges faced by care recipients and caregivers.

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