Coaches need clients. Unless you’re a celebrity, supremely good at self-promotion, an internal coach practitioner, or happy to do some light coaching off and on, you’ll have to work hard to attract clients – how to build and maintain a niche

  • 10 time management tips for juggling work and care matters  – Care to be different, April 2016
    Looking after someone else’s affairs, organising care and fighting for funding can quickly turn into a full-time job. But what if you’re already working or have other commitments like caring for teenage children – or grandchildren?

  • Balancing eldercare, work… and guilt   May 2015
    Looking after elderly parents is one of the hardest things we ever have to do – and guilt is the norm. Here are some tips for when you’re trying to balancing all this with work as well.

  • Dementia – How do I cope with constant repetitive questioning? When they get Older – Ask Lesley
    We may know that constant questioning is part of dementia but it can be incredibly frustrating and upsetting. Why does it happen? How to cope?

  • Ageing Parents – Who Cares? Women now in the 50-64 age bracket grew up with the idea of equality and ‘having it all’. But somehow when it comes to eldercare it seems like we’re back in the 1950s…