The Caregivers Voice



Knowledge, support, and humor for caregivers for people with dementia.


OWLIE is the image for a person with dementia whose identity will remain confidential
While The Caregiver’s Voice features Voices with Dementia, there are many whose voices are unheard because they are not yet ready to share with the world that they have been [...]


Caregiver TIPS

CareLinx care professionals, care advisors
Keeping Loved Ones at Home Takes Professional Help Guest Article by Sherri Snelling Caring for a loved one with communication challenges takes a special caregiver team that include[...]

Inspiration for Caregivers

Road Scholar Sue Olsen in pink Arizona 2016-04-12
Road Scholar Offers Caregiver Grants Nationwide Guest article Sue Olsen, 60, of Dubuque, Iowa, knows firsthand the physical, emotional and financial toll it takes to serve as a pri[...]

The Caregiver's Voice VIDEO Channel

Brenda Avadian presenting Caregiver Tips 1
The alpha and omega of finding the joy in caregiving Caregivers begin with good intentions. Some of us even shine brightly like a fire cracker against the night sky. To ensure survival, we must take steps to keep us fueled; otherwise, we’ll fizzle into darkness. Two tips have helped caregivers[...]


Caregiver Humor

Ruth, the Barnyard Owl Devil's Punchbowl
Why waste your time on a comprehensive geriatric assessment, when you have the Internet? Do you really need a psychiatrist, neurologist, social worker, and speech therapist to tell[...]

The Caregiver's Voice REVIEW

Clarity Phone w Base Model BT-914
Does the Clarity Phone Boost Volume? I was looking forward to review the Clarity phone, model BT914 because it is marketed as amplifying phone call volume. This model boasts a numb[...]

VOICES with Dementia

OWLIE is the image for a person with dementia whose identity will remain confidential
While The Caregiver’s Voice features Voices with Dementia, there are many whose voices are unheard because they are not yet ready to share with the world that they have been [...]

Avadian's Musings

Martin and his daughter Brenda Avadian
What if I only visited my father who was living with dementia and then returned home? What if I refused to be a caregiver? After all, my brother and sister were right there. Why wa[...]