Blog posts, product reviews, research,
Knitting, crafting, reading, eldercare issues,
Maggie studied varrius aspects of health services and practical aplications for NGO management and delivery methods. Her internship was with the Visiting Nurse Association of Vigo County where she helped to compilke the training manual for their home health aides.
Maggie recieved an advanced degree in Catholic theology while working for a Catholic parish. The years of study helped her to grow as a thinker, and as a writer.
Maggie compiled a resource guide for Home Health Aides as part of her internship for her Community Health Education Services degree. Her internship was with the Visiting Nurse Association. She recently wrote a blog post for a home care website. She has extensive experience as a caregiver herself as her mother lived for years with Alzheimer's disease, and Maggie helped provide care for her in her final years.
This was written for the parish newsletter when Maggie was the Faith Formation Ministries Coordinator at a small rural parish. She wrote about prayer and spirituality for a general audience.
Maggie writes observational stories about being a woman. These stories range from humorous to informational. She has covered topics as varried as parenting, ageing, marriage, friendships, and diet and exercise. She would love to branch into the area of product sampling and reviews.
This was for the parish 150th Anniversary and historical archives. It is an article about the first priest to minister to the people of Bloomington.
Maggie maintains a professional Facebook page for her Spiritual Direction practice. She uses this page to offer spiritual and upliftingnmessages to the people who have chosen to join her network.
Maggie has written a personal blog for fifteen years. Her posts vary depending upon her mood of the day. She has written about politics, humor, husbands, growing older, children, going back to school, faith and spirituality.