atlas caremap

“Patients” Can Draw CareMaps Too

by Rajiv Mehta.

Key Takeaways The Atlas CareMap can be drawn just as easily by “Patients” or “Care Recipients” as by “Caregivers” The three core questions — Who do you care for? Who else cares for them? Who cares for you? — remain the same, though it helps initially to consider them in a different order Atlas CareMap…

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Santa Barbara Continues to Innovate to Leverage CareMaps

by Rajiv Mehta.

Key Takeaways Can the impact of in-person Atlas CareMap Workshops be replicated through online media, making them more widely available? Can successful adoption of CareMaps be accelerated through cross-organizational sharing of experiences? How are social services and systems impacted when the CareMap is incorporated into existing processes that touch family caregivers? This is the fifth…

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Seeing Value, Busy Professionals Voluntarily Add to Their Efforts

by Rajiv Mehta.

Key Takeaways Social workers are finding so much value in using Atlas CareMaps with their clients, that they are voluntarily adding this tool to their already overloaded schedules. Excitement and interest about CareMaps has spread organically within the professional health and social services community in Santa Barbara County. Grant making organizations, moved by the on-the-ground…

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A Grassroots Group Finds Its Voice

by Rajiv Mehta.

Key Takeaways Someone in the community needs to lead. The enthusiasm and personal outreach of two of the promotoras, Josefa Rios and Maribel Landeros, was critical at the start to get a large group of other promotoras to devote several hours of precious time to attend an esoteric-sounding workshop. The Atlas CareMap appears to have…

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Uncovering Community Wisdom Amongst Santa Barbara Family Caregivers

by Rajiv Mehta.

Key Takeaways Atlas CareMaps serve as a catalyst to spark social, peer-to-peer conversations about family caregiving, resulting in uncovering community wisdom and strengthening community bonds. Once people begin to map their care relationships, they start to see them everywhere. The response to the experimental methods explored in Mapping Yourself shows that there is the potential…

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The digital Atlas CareMap (beta) is here!

by Rajiv Mehta.

We’re excited to announce that a digital tool for creating CareMaps is now ready for public use. You’ll find it at www.AtlasCareMap.org. Everything you can do with a hand-drawn CareMap, you can now do online, and much more. Key Features The video describes these features of AtlasCareMap.org: Clearly see your care ecosystem — With your…

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Caregiving Begins With Knowledge. What Comes Next?

by Susan Williams.

Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do. – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe An efficient, supportive and understanding caregiving environment is one in which the entire burden doesn’t fall on only one person, but on a team of interconnected individuals. The process of creating such an environment starts with knowing what…

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