It’s All About Perspective – Choosing Happiness Every Day with Sue Ryan
Confesstions of a Reluctant Caregiver
Have you ever thought, “This isn’t fair. Don’t I deserve happiness?”
Sue openly her feelings of frustration and fear which are all too familiar for many caregivers. Her discovery of confidence, balance and support is a journey we all can learn from. Her goal for caregivers is to learn faster than she did, know they won’t be alone, and feel empowered to navigate their journey.
Intentionally Navigate Transition: Leadership Through the Dimension of Change
In this episode, change and transition strategist Sue Ryan offers advice on how to intentionally navigate change and make transitions in your life with confidence. Sue uses the phrase: “massive acceptance and radical presence” as the framework and reminder of what is needed during times of change. Sue highlights ways people can raise their emotional intelligence by raising their awareness. Sue also talks about The Caregiver’s Journey program which she has developed for non-professional caregivers and leaders who have caregivers on their team.
The Caregiver’s Journey with Sue Ryan
Confidently Navigate Transition In Your Caregiving Journey
Having been a non-professional caregiver for family and loved ones for more than thirty-five years, Sue Ryan created The Caregiver’s Journey to walk caregivers through the various phases of their caregiving journey. How do we successfully manage all of the changes and transitions that happen when we step into the role of caregiver?
Major Concepts & Applications for The Caregiver Journey
This episode features an interview with Susan Ryan, author of the book Our Journey of Love: 5 Steps to Navigate Your Caregiving Journey. Susan discusses several of the major themes, such as massive acceptance & radical presence, in her book and how to practically apply them to one’s caregiver experience.
Sue Ryan Untangles the 5 Steps of the Caregiver Journey
Our Journey of Love
5 Steps to Navigate
Your Caregiving Journey
Shares lessons, tips & tricks learned by Sue Ryan over more than thirty years in roles of caregiving.
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A wife’s story: Navigating Alzheimer’s disease through a global pandemic
Learn from the experts about legal and caregiving concerns around Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
Hosted By: Taylor Conley
Who’s the Master of Your Personality? with guest Sue Ryan
Practicing Self-Care: More Important Than Ever
February may be our shortest month of the year, but it has a lot of love and care packed into it. February is a valuable month for caregivers because each day formally recognizes something to help us focus on our most valuable type of care: Self-care. As caregivers,...
Self-Care In Healthcare: More Important Than Ever Before
Each day in the life of healthcare professionals brings stress and risk along with feelings of satisfaction when making a difference in the lives of others. Giving so much time and dedication might come at a cost to their health and well-being. According to the...
Before You Start With Why, Start With Who – You!
What’s the #1 Thing Holding You Back From Knowing What’s Missing in Your Life? Have you ever felt like you’re not really operating in your zone, at your peak performance? You’re working hard, you’re successful, and yet at the end of the day you don’t really feel...
Are You A Self-Identified Caregiver? In the past month, the issue of people who don’t self-identify as a caregiver has come up multiple times. Yesterday’s experience was really powerful and, as I was going through it with someone, I realized how important it is to...
The Three Gifts of my Journey to the TEDX Talk Red Circle
Sue Ryan of Sue Ryan Solutions giving her TEDx Talk Ultimate Freedom – Unlocking the Power of Choice. How Becoming Lost in the Moment Became THE Moment – The Three Gifts of my Journey to the TEDx Talk Red Circle.
Walk a mile in their shoes
It can be challenging to know how to be supportive of someone without knowing what they’re experiencing or feeling. This includes people who have received a dementia diagnosis – and those who love them.
Have you ever heard the expression: “Walk a mile in my shoes”? It is used to increase the understanding of what someone is going through, so compassion and empathy can be developed for them – without judgment of them.
Accept those with Alzheimer’s as they are, not as they were
Susan Ryan with her husband, Jack, who is living with dementia. COURTESY PHOTO For the past 30 years, I have been a caregiver supporting family and loved ones living with Alzheimer’s or another dementia. While my experience helping others has taught me many things,...
Navigate Transition In Your Caregiving Journey
Confidently Navigate Transition In Your Caregiving Journey with Sue Ryan, Author & Founder Having been a non-professional caregiver for family and loved ones for more than thirty-five years, Sue Ryan created The Caregiver's Journey to walk caregivers through the...
A Week at Mayo Clinic
A group of Mayo Clinic Volunteers - Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research I recently accompanied a friend to Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, for a week. While my friend was going through testing, I was observing the campus and asking questions to patients,...
Happy, Supported and Comforted Holidays
Here’s a recent blog post I wrote for the Florida chapters of the Alzheimer’s Association. It speaks to how we, as family caregivers, can support our care receivers who are living with diagnoses of a type of Dementia, so we all have our most positive and supported...