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Denise Brown

Your Caregiving Journey

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Your Caregiving Journey, with Denise Brown of Caregiving.com, delves into discussions about your caregiving situations. Each week, we'll tackle a topic related to the challenges of caring for a family member or friend.

On-Demand Episodes

Karol Ward, author of "Worried Sick, Break Free from Chronic Worry to Achieve Mental and Physical Health" tells us about the mind/body/spirit connection with worry, as well as how to track our worry triggers.

Dale Carter, author of "Transitioning Your Aging Parent: A 5 Step Guide Through Crisis & Change" tells us how to use the ADAPT method to manage a caregiving crisis.

Donna W., who cares for her mom and blogs on Caregiving.com, just recovered from being sidelined with a pinch nerve. She'll tell us how she managed her caregiving role and give tips on how to manage if you become sidelined.

As we prepare for our Caregiving Happiness Project, Ellen Rogin, our wealthness expert, joins us to discuss the question, How does money add to our happiness?

This week on Caregiving.com, we've been discussing what we might force (relationships, future, solutions). We'll take a closer look at forcing--how we force and others may force us.

Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo, our happiness expert, shares the five love languages in order to find another level of happiness within our relationships.

A family caregiver asked: How do I give 100% to all who require my 100%? We'll talk about managing priorities and responsibilities.

As part of our Wednesday series, "When...", we'll talk to Rebecca Lowry and Nancy Hanley of My Health Care Manager about when a caree can no longer live alone.

In May, we’re reading “Worried Sick” by Karol Ward, LCSW. Karol joins us for a discussion on her book.

Finding the right facility (nursing home, assisted living facility, continuing care community) for your caree can seem like an overwhelming task. Andrea Donovan, a senior living advisor, walks through the process to find the right facility.

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