Practical & Proven Tips for Family Caregivers

Dear :

When was the last time you experienced feelings of?

  • Guilt
  • Frustration or anger
  • Overwhelm
  • Had a sleepless night (does anyone really sleep anymore?)

I know exactly how you feel. As a caregiver for my parents I experienced many sleepless nights.

My company, The Care Navigator supports caregivers through challenging times of experiencing feelings of loss, anxiety, and uncertainty about the future of a loved one. We serve in the roles of guardian, medical power of attorney, and care manager.

Interested in sharing with others and having your questions answered?

Reserve your spot today in my family caregiver group:
Click HERE to join my Family Caregiver Facebook Group that is by invitation only!  You’re invited to join, post questions, and interact with other caregivers. I’ll pop into the group and answer your questions.

Take a moment to forward this newsletter with the video, podcast, and article links to a friend or family members who might benefit.

In this newsletter there is something for everyone– click on the below links:

If The Care Navigator has been of assistance to you, we sincerely appreciate other individuals and caregivers you send to us for assistance. We do our best to make sure that your confidence in us is returned.  Please email me at or call me (303) 810-1816 if you have questions about how The Care Navigator might assist you or those you know.  You may also review our list of Frequently Asked Questions.

Visit our website, for more information about our services. We look forward to serving you or someone you know.   

In gratitude and service,

Pamela D. Wilson, The Care Navigator
720-726-3111 x1
The Care Navigator specializes in fiduciary services and care management for adults experiencing memory loss and health concerns.

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Pamela D. Wilson, P.O. Box 18349, Golden, CO 80402 888-393-7757, United States

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