The support you deserve.
Caring for an elderly parent?
Trying to balance caregiving with career, raising kids, and having a life?
Do you want:
Answers and advice to caregiver questions?
To know that you are not alone?
Help making time for you?
A way to bring joy back into your life?
A roadmap for this phase of your life?
A caregiving plan?
At Working Daughter, we’re redefining caregiving.
We give you access to resources, services, and coaching to support you and the person you care for.
Here you’ll find energy, confidence, focus and a community
that gets you.
We help women balance eldercare, career, raising kids and more with tools, connections, coaching, compassion and support.
Join Working Daughter today for the emotional, tactical and strategic support you need.
Your membership includes access to a wealth of content and tools including:
A library of resources
Directories to preferred eldercare providers
Discounts to services and products
Workbooks and checklists to get you organized
Workshops on topics like Balancing Career and Care, Self-care, Caregiving 101 and more
Access to private Retreats and Events
Peace of Mind
A More Balanced Life
A Community that “Gets” You
You are not alone!
Several years ago, both of my parents were diagnosed with terminal illnesses – on the same day! I struggled to do all that needed to be done for them while trying to be a mother to my children, partner to my husband, and stay employed! I consumed more white wine and Twizzlers than I care to admit and I thought I would lose my career, my marriage, and my sanity. But I didn’t! Not only did I survive my caregiving experience, it transformed my life. And now I am committed to making sure no other caregiver has to go it alone. I want other working daughters like me to realize the caregiver’s gain – the proven emotional and physical benefits that can result from caregiving. (Read The Surprising Ways Caregiving Can Make You Healthy.)
There is a better way. You don’t need to go it alone. Help is available. Support is here. Caregiving and having a life, a career, a family, your health, and peace of mind, don’t have to be mutually exclusive.