“It Takes A Team to Care!” Featuring Monica Stynchula, CEO

The REUNIONCare podcast series will showcase the great work they do, but it will also bring to light the critical aspects of Family-Based Care Management.

Episode 1: Succeeding in Caregiving

By 2030, 72.8 million ―more than one in five U.S. residents―will be age 65 or older. The greatest growth will be in the number of the “oldest old,” the population that is most in need of help because they are most likely to have physical, cognitive and other functional limitations.

In this episode of “It Takes A Team To Care” Monica Stynchula provides us with timely tools, we need to be successful in our role as a family caregiver. Please listen below.

Episode 2: What are ADL’s and IADL’s?

Suddenly, you’re a caregiver and you are instantly expected to know unfamiliar medical terminology that might be foreign to you. On this episode of “It Takes A Team To Care” Monica Stynchula describes some common medical terms that will be helpful to you in your role as a family caregiver.

Visit REUNIONCare.com to sign-up for your own Circle of Care account because it does take a team to care!

Episode 3: Building Safe Environments

Building Safe Environments is critical to aging in place safely. On this episode of “It Takes A Team To Care” Monica Stynchula from REUNIONCare discusses the concept of Wrap Around Care and the importance of using REUNIONCare’s Ability Tracker and Safety Check in order to evaluate safety issues in the home.

Visit REUNIONCare.com and sign-up for your own Circle of Care account because it does take a team to care!

Episode 4: Finding Solutions in Caregiving

Caregivers need three things; Validation, Respite and Resources. On this episode of “It Takes A Team To Care” Monica Stynchula from REUNIONCare helps guide us through the massive amount of resources available for all Caregivers.

Visit REUNIONCare.com and sign-up for your own Circle of Care account because it does take a team to care!

Episode 5: Working With Your Health Care Team

Uniting patients, families and care professionals is critical to finding solutions while in the midst of Caregiving. On this episode of ” It Takes A Team to Care” Monica Stynchula from REUNIONCare discusses the importance of Intelligent Care Coordination to help maximize positive outcomes for caregivers.

Visit REUNIONCare.com and sign-up for your own Circle of Care account because it does take a team to care!

Episode 6: It’s All About You!

There are plenty of variables and uncertainties while in the midst of Caregiving. In the end, the number one job of a caregiver is to take care of self. In our final episode of ” It Takes A Team to Care” Monica Stynchula from REUNIONCare discusses the importance of self-care for the caregiver before, during and after caregiving has ended. Visit REUNIONCare.com and sign-up for your own Circle of Care account because it does take a team to care!

Visit REUNIONCare.com and sign-up for your own Circle of Care account because it does take a team to care!

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Learn More

You can learn more about REUNIONCare and the outstanding work they are doing in the area of Family-Based Care Management via their website, or on their page right here on The Whole Care Network!

Contact Monica Stynchula at CEO@REUNIONCare.com for more information.