Drawing and using a care map (Atlas of Caregiving)

This post is about creating a “care map.”
In November 2016, Brain Support Network volunteer Denise Dagan attended a seminar on developing a care map, according to the Atlas of Caregiving (atlasofcaregiving.com) approach. See those seminar notes here:
The Atlas of Caregiving website has three videos from April 2017 about drawing and using a care map.  A care map is “a hand-drawn representation of a caregiver’s network.  It illustrates the caregiver’s own support system, highlights what is working well, and often reveals duplication or gaps in care and resources.”  You can find the videos here:
The goal of a care map is to help family caregivers improve your daily life.

This might be something worthwhile to do with a geriatric care manager.