This year, we’ve been talking a lot about the joys and responsibilities of caregiving for adults who have Down syndrome. We all need a little help every now and then, and I’ve been extremely grateful for the way people have come together on The Road to support each other. One thing I’ve become aware of from talking to others is my own need to put more of our daily routine and important information in writing.
If something were to happen to me, would others be able to continue my son’s care with minimal disruption for him?
One of the great things about this book is that it’s divided into sections, each with instructions and inspirational stories that get you motivated. It lets you choose what part to tackle first. For us, Josh’s medicines and recent lab results are important right now. The sections for “Medications” and “Medical Information” will have top priority.
If you’re still not convinced that you can do it – there’s a VLOG (video blog) series online that can help. The author walks you through the book and shows you how to use individual sections.
Here's the first of twelve videos.
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Thanks to Jolene for putting this notebook together! I'm determined to get organized this year and this is just what I needed to jump start the process!
You can visit her at Different Dream for my Child