ATPF Lunch & Learn with Nicole Dauz
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Learn more about Nicole Dauz
Caregiver Advocate, Self-Care Expert
Nicole Dauz is the Founder of Selfcare4Caregivers and lives in Ottowa, Canada. In her own words, "I am a mother of a child with a rare genetic disease and autism. I serve family caregivers who feel overwhelmed and at the end of their rope. Family caregivers are parents of children with special needs, people caring for a sick partner & adult children taking care of aging parents."

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Quote of the Day:
Video of the Day:
A Day in the Life of a Caregiver
Question of the Day
Answers from the ATPF Community in Chat
  • Dayna Hoff: "Being really present with Autism Tree families and my own family every day. Taking action when I know someone is struggling...action is so much more powerful than words."
  • Marilee Burgeson: "Being present."
  • Karen Wright: "Be in the moment...and listen."
  • Padmini Tillu: "Understand where the person is right now."
  • Andy Cramer: "Working with great non-profit organizations to combat stigma and bring solutions for caregivers to share their information and support.
  • Terrence Patridge: "I care by being honest, responsible, and listening to others!"
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Resources from Nicole Dauz