Tomika Sanchez talks about the ins and outs of caregiving as an experienced nurse.
This episode features Nadine Roberts Cornish, author of Tears In My Gumbo: The Caregiver’s Recipe For Resilience. Nadine is also the founder of The Caregiver Guardian, LLC., a caregiving service that aims to educate, empower, and inspire caregivers to care for themselves while caregiving for their loved ones. For more information, visit https://www.tcgcares.com/.
This episode features Jennifer FitzPatrick, author of Cruising Through Caregiving: Reducing the Stress of Caring for Your Loved One. She is also the founder of Jenerations Health Education, Inc., working to provide caregiver education programs and more. For more information about Jenerations, visit https://jenerationshealth.com/.
This episode features award-winning broadcaster Richard Harris, who discusses his own caregiving experience and his chance connection with the late Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. Check out Harris’ article on Sandra Day O’Connor and her Alzheimer’s at https://www.nextavenue.org/sandra-day-oconnor-alzheimers/
Dr. Diana Kerwin, Chief of Geriatrics at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Texas, discusses the up-and-coming in research of the causes of dementia.
This episode features John Leland, New York Times Reporter and author of Happiness Is a Choice You Make: Lessons from a Year Among the Oldest.
This episode features Jeannie Ralston, writer and co-founder of online magazine for older women NextTribe.
Writer Deb Hipp discusses her own long-distance caregiving experiences as well as other important things to know.
This episode features author and writer Donna O’ Donnell Figurski, author of Prisoners Without Bars: A Caregiver’s Tale. The memoir recounts Donna’s caregiver beginnings and journey with her husband after he suffers a traumatic brain injury.
This episode features Dr. Sharon Prentice, author of Becoming Starlight: A Shared Death Journey.
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