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Dealing With Dementia

Deborah Bier, PhD joined the show to discuss her upcoming conference and offer practical help for caregivers dealing with a loved one who has dementia.

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By |July 27th, 2015|

Interview With David Fox

Recently on the show for caregivers, David Fox joined us and talked about his candidacy for Nashville’s mayor.  Sharing how caregiving touched his own family, David also pointed ahead to his vision for Nashville and specifically to connect caregivers to the much needed community-based help.

 

By |July 19th, 2015|

Caregivers and Money

FinancesIn a recent interview with Doug Goldstein, CFP, on his show from Israel, GOLDSTEIN ON GELT, we delve into the growing issue of caregivers and finances.

If you love someone, you’ll be caregiver.  

If you live long enough, you’ll need one.

If you’re caring for someone right now:

  • How expensive is it?

  • Do you want to put that burden on others when you need […]

By |June 24th, 2015|

Fearless Caregiver

1-garyInterview on Peter Rosenberger’s show with Today’s Caregiver founder/editor-in-chief, Gary Barg – discussing his FEARLESS CAREGIVER conference. Specifically the Nashville event on 06/17/2015.

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By |June 16th, 2015|

Interview With Mel Taylor, CEO of SPLITSECND


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You will love this lifesaving gadget developed in Nashville by two Vanderbilt students.  It’s smart, it’s practical, it saves lives, and it’s affordable.  

Regardless of your vehicle’s make or year, you can now have the security of knowing that when you need emergency services, SplitSecnd is there for you.  Now you know why I brought them to […]

By |June 5th, 2015|

“I Feel Guilty About My Mom With Alzheimer’s”

A 1st time listener recently called in to share her struggles with guilt regarding caring for her mother suffering from Alzheimer’s.
Guilt is one of the most difficult things that trouble caregivers. We’re putting ourselves between a loved one and disaster, and yet we often feel we don’t do enough. How much is enough? How much time are we required to give? How much money? How much work?
When others ask about our loved one, we often feel guilty in even discussing […]

By |May 18th, 2015|

A Son, A Special-Needs Sister, and a Special Mother


My nephew, Heath Rosenberger (20), shares about his mother, Kim, and example and balance she’s set in taking care of not only Heath’s special needs sister, Kelsey, but also of Heath and his brother.

BookCover_HFC_webWebMD_Peter RosenbergCaregivers will find comfort, encouragement, and a kindred spirit in Peter Rosenberger’s grace filled, yet practical guide for […]

By |May 10th, 2015|

A Vet, A Caregiver, and PTSD

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After serving in Iraq, the battlefield “came home” with this Marine. Matthew O’Dell candidly shares his journey through PTSD, and his passion for reaching fellow veterans and those who care for them.

Part 1

  • Show intro
  • Introduction of Matthew,
  • A REALLY funny story about my ALMOST appearing before the US Senate this week
  • The financial implications of the aging “Baby Boomers”
  • Matthew’s Interview (partial)

Part […]

By |May 3rd, 2015|

Is The Machine Broken?


Learning a life-lesson for caregivers from a broken vending machine, this clip shares how we as caregivers can look to a greater source for our affirmation.

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By |April 20th, 2015|

Permanent Disability?

From the “CAREGIVER IN THE CAR” Series on the Caregiver Channel on Youtube. 

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Peter Rosenberger helps caregivers strengthen themselves as they care for vulnerable loved ones, including tips on what caregivers can do TODAY that will strengthen their lives TODAY.

He brings an unprecedented, personal understanding of the brutal realities facing so many people who are struggling to care for disabled, chronically ill, andelderly loved ones.

“One Joke Away From Being A […]

By |April 13th, 2015|