JOIN US as we celebrate caregiving and meet the challenges of caring for a loved one on The Dr. Carol Show in commemoration of National Family Caregivers Month and National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in November.
I am happy to announce that our December Caregiver of the Month, Barbara Gaughen-Muller and Jay Kraker, caregiver and host of the monthly virtual support group through EmpoweredCaregivers.com will be joining me 0n November 2nd.
Dr. Carol hosts fast-paced informative yet conversational programs. On Wednesday, November 2nd, the The Challenges and Celebrations of caring for loved ones with brain impairment show will cover the following:
- A Day in a Caregiver’s Life from 3 points of view–husband caring for wife, wife caring for husband, daughter caring for father
- Self-Care for Survival
- Getting caregiver support from family, friends, neighbors, and virtually
- Key Advice from each guest
Dr. Carol’s shows are broadcasted live from studios in Texas. “Tune in” online or call in 888-537-2276.
This is a good time to Ask The Caregiver’s Voice LIVE!
Three caregivers will be able to answer your questions.
Brief bio for each of us:
Jay Kraker, from Houston, Texas has been a caregiver for 20 years for his wife with MS. Jay believes “no man is an island” and hosts an online monthly caregiver support group at EmpoweredCaregiver.com
Barbara Gaughen-Muller is from Santa Barbara, California and a former caregiver for her late husband, Robert Muller, who served as former Assistant Secretary General of the UN, was recognized as The Caregiver’s Voice December Caregiver of the Month.
Brenda Avadian, MA, of TheCaregiversVoice.com, Alzheimer’s caregiving expert for Caring.com and award-winning speaker, became a national spokesperson for family and professional caregivers while caring for her father with dementia. Caregiving is not easy especially when caring for one with cognitive impairment. Brenda found ways to make it FUN.