January 17, 2018
How important is prescription drug safety and protocols for your loved one living in a senior living center?
The folks at Morning Pointe understand the challenges of this issue, and joined the show to discuss the ways they implement multiple levels of checks and balances. Debbie Fields (RN) called the show ...and ...we even let her have the coveted opportunity to introduce the "Caregiver Tip of the Day!"
At least John and I think it's coveted.
December 12, 2017
Although many families feel stress during Christmas, caregivers of loved ones with dementia often feel increased heartache and tension. Due to that added anxiety many feel, dementia-care specialist Tracey Maxfield called the show to offer much needed help.
On Sunday's show (12/10/201),, Tracey provided a checklist of tips learned from her 35 years as dementia care nurse.
When you're with a person with dementia, everyone keeps thinking,"Oh well, let's do this Christmas—let's do this one the best ever.' But I think what caregivers need to do is really take a step back and look at what the significance of the holiday is for them and for their loved one.
Tracey shared that many caregivers tend to overdo it for Christmas because of fear it may be their last one with their loved ones. Instead of accepting that undo pressure, Tracey recommended several ideas for a calmer, but more meaningful holiday season.
November 27, 2017
Best-selling author, Joy Loverde, calls the show and discusses tips for the aging population and her new book, Who Will Take Care of Me When I'm Old?
March 12, 2017
The Morning Pointe Foundation invites the greater Nashville, Tennessee area to a FREE community awareness event to hear Kim Campbell, wife and caregiver of country music legend Glen Campbell.
Mrs. Campbell will speak about her personal journey as an Alzheimer’s caregiver March 30 at 7 p.m., at Brentwood Baptist Church (7777 Concord Road in Brentwood, Tennessee).
Ashley Briggs, from Morning Pointe in Franklin, TN, called the show to share more about this event.
February 21, 2017
2/19/2017 Show on 1510 WLAC
"They [The baby-boomers] are the biggest economic force in the world. They are also the biggest social force. They've changed American society since they were born. They continue to change society every step of the way. The previous generation—and they went to the home. This generation is going to change all of that." Zach Watson, CEO Honeyco Homes.
Get the peace of mind that comes with a home that checks in for you. A HoneyCo-equipped home will contact you in case of concern. HoneyCo’s Internet of caring things™ passively collects and analyzes in-home activity. If something concerning comes up, you’ll receive a text message with details.
HoneyCo technology transforms any house into an automated caregiver. HoneyCo Homes notify family members of concerning home activity, decreasing response times and improving outcomes. This non-invasive technology is a great standalone solution or supplement to in-home care.
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More on author, speaker, and 30-year caregiver Peter Rosenberger ...and his radio show for the family caregiver.
August 9, 2015
The aging rate is still 100% in this world, and caregivers often spend so much time taking care of someone else, that they feel to realize that ONE day ...WE will need others caring for us. Do you have the resources? Do you have the plan?
Phyllis Shelton joined me in the in studio and brought her
decades of experience and her passion for helping families avoid the nightmare of trying to pay for long term care.
Shelton is the President of LTC
Consultants, a 22 year old Nashville-based consulting company specializing
in long-term care insurance consumer education and agent training. She is the author of several books, including
Protecting Your Family with Long-Term
Care Insurance and The ABC’s of
Long-Term Care Insurance. In addition to being one of the nation’s leading
voices on the subject of long-term care insurance, she is also President of Got
LTCi, an insurance agency that provides long-term care insurance to families
who do not have a local insurance professional knowledgeable in this product.
LTC Consultants and Got LTCi
615-590-0306 / 888-400-1118, X114