Five approaches for caregivers to work with loss and grief
In the face of inevitable loss, we have developed a Buddhist-inspired approach for caregivers to more easily withstand the strong emotions that loss can bring.
Learnings from 11 years at the bedside
John Rubin was a volunteer with Zen Caregiving Project for 11 years, serving at the bedside at Laguna Honda Hospital. Here he shares his story, and what he learned.
Mindful Caregiving Trainees share their top learnings
Trainees in our Train-the-trainer program share what they learned about mindfulness and family caregiving
Translating our Mindful Caregiving Course into Spanish
How we are working with partners to translate our Mindful Family Caregiving course into Spanish, making it culturally and linguistically accessible to Latino caregivers
Our Family Caregiver study has begun
Why we are doing a family caregiver study, what it involves, and what the results will tell us.
Family Caregiving is a Rite of Passage
What unites most people who join our courses is the struggle caregiving presents in their already busy lives.
A Good Death Memorialized: Mom had a beautiful death. Now what?
A story of grieving and memorializing during the pandemic
A List to Reduce Work for Your Next-of-Kin
Donna Woodward, a hospice and dementia-care volunteer, shares some useful information and templates to help your next-of-kin.
How Zen Caregiving Project sessions have helped me in my work
Joan shares her story as to how ZCP sessions have helped her in her work as a licensed professional counselor.
How we’re reaching Chinese-speaking family caregivers
We partnered with CACCC to translate our Mindful Family Caregiving course into Chinese and trained Chinese-speaking volunteers to deliver the course.
Staying close from afar: Palliative care volunteering during the pandemic
Bethany Becker speaks about her experience volunteering during the pandemic.