CFLE Network: Caregiving & Family Support
NCFR is proud to present its latest issue of CFLE Network, the newsletter for Certified Family Life Educators. This issue's topic is caregiving and family support.
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Articles marked by an asterisk (*) are open to the general public.
CFLE in Context
- Family Caregiving: Supports and Challenges — Hazel Blake Parker, M.S., CFLE
Research Update for Practitioners
- Caregiving: An Opportunity for Strengthening Family Solidarity Through Self-Efficacy, Reciprocity, and Generosity — Muhammad Riaz, M.S., and Joe D. Wilmoth, Ph.D., CFLE
Family Life Education in Practice
- Compassion Fatigue in the Time of COVID — Audrey R. Kraynak, Ph.D., CFLE, NCSP, ABSNP
- Mental Illness Is a Family Affair — Mara Briere, M.S., CFLE
- Co-Developing a Family Support Program: The Value of Including Multiple Perspectives — Tayte Willows, CFLE-P
- *Meet Claire Kimberly, NCFR’s New APR Liaison — Claire Kimberly, Ph.D., CFLE, NCFR Academic Program Review Liaison
- *Increasing Networking Opportunities for CFLEs — Dawn Cassidy, M.Ed., CFLE, Director of Family Life Education
- Alzheimer’s Gifts: How Caring for Someone With Alzheimer’s Brought Unexpected Blessings
- Prenatal Development and Parents’ Lived Experiences: How Early Events Shape our Psychophysiology and Relationships