Do You Need to Take Care of a Loved One While You’re Working?
- Are you a busy professional or entrepreneur with a parent, relative or spouse who needs to be taken care of?
- Are you struggling to find the time to give your loved one the care they need? Does that make you frustrated and stressed?
- Do you fear that your current business will suffer if you take time off work to attend to your loved one?
- Are you tired of facing that dilemma every day?
If that describes your situation, I have good news for you.
You have come to the right place. My name is Tena Scallan and I help busy professionals focus on their work with the peace of mind that their loved one is receiving all the attention and care they need. I have successfully dealt with all sorts of situations. It’s time for you to take the first step to solve your dilemma: creating your Stress-Less Caregiving Action Plan.
The Need for a Caregiver Can Arise Suddenly and without Warning
One minute your loved one undergoes a routine medical procedure and the next, you learn they need around-the-clock care starting from today.
Caregiving also becomes necessary due to aging and diminished capacity. But if your loved one lives far away from you or is adamant about getting assistance, you will become constantly worried and stressed, which impacts your ability to run your business. Such scenarios can turn your life upside down.
It is time to take a deep breath, relax, and experience the calm and confidence of having a caregiving professional with over 25 years of experience assist you with all your caregiving concerns.
I am so happy you are here. I Will Take the Burden of Caregiving Off Your Shoulders
You have just landed a little slice of heaven on the web, where you will find “a sense of security,” “skill, safety, dignity, and honor,” resources, support, and best of all, HELP!
There is not a problem or situation that I have not gone through, starting with my own life. My family was plagued with medical problems for years and we were always in the doctor’s office or hospital for one reason or another. I cared for my mom until she lost her fight with liver cancer in 2001 and my father until he passed away as a result of bladder cancer in 2017 — all while trying to run my own business and raise my child.
I know how stressful, overwhelming, confusing, and emotionally draining caring for a loved one can be. But I also know the joy and comfort you feel when you have the situation under control. That’s my goal for you!