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The Caregiver Community

By The MESH

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Description

In “The Caregiver Community", hosted by Jane Everson and Frances Hall, we are holding conversations about the challenges and joys of caring for our aging parents and for ourselves. Jane and Frances talk about the “graying of America’ and “the silver tsunami” and how our nation’s changing demographics are impacting families, adult child caregivers, and businesses. We also talk about our our personal experiences as adult child caregivers - what we need to know in order to be balanced and informed caregivers, what we are learning from our journey with our parents about aging and about ourselves, and advice we wish someone had told us when we began our journeys. If you are juggling the needs of spouses, children, step-children, pets, work, volunteer activities with the needs of parents and in-laws, this show is for you!

Customer Reviews

caregiver for mother

Excellent! I really enjoyed the webcast. Great information. Good luck. I am now a "subscriber"!

Adult Caregiver Remotely

Nice to know that we aren't the only ones trying to take care of elderly parents from a distance. I value your the information you have and I look forward to additional content in the months to come.

Caregiver Community

It was nice to hear the background of the hosts. I'm looking forward to the upcoming content! Please address guilt over being capable to do things the other person can't--especially when they say, I used to be able to do that!