caregiver support

Youth Caregivers… The Shocking Truth Christa Haanstra and Dr. Connie Siskowski Episode #127

Listen to this episode... just click play ▶️ on the player below Youth Caregivers...The Shocking Truth When you hear the phrase “Family Caregiver” hardly anyone pictures an eight year old, but it’s estimated there are millions of caregivers ages 8-18 in the United States alone.  And they are all but invisible.  But

“I am a Caregiver,” The Power of a simple Idea to bring Welcome Change for Caregivers Jennifer Ridgway- The Change Foundation- Episode #125

Listen to this episode... just click play ▶️ on the player below The Power of a simple idea... Recognizing that families and caregivers are an integral part of the collaborative care team is a great idea. Implementing that idea in a system known for bureaucratic logjams and interdepartmental turf wars is another

Ask Doctor Jo’s Expert Tips to Relieve Pain Without Drugs- “Doctor Jo” – Episode #123

Ask Doctor Jo's Expert Tips for Relieving Pain Without Drugs Pain can hinder every aspect of your life, making even the simplest of tasks unbearable. Thanks to technology, instead of constantly taking over-the-counter painkillers or turning to dangerously addictive opioids from your doctor, there are now alternative solutions—and that’s where Diane's special guest

The Change Foundation– Mental Health and Addictions — Joanne Sidochuk & Marilyn Macaulay Episode #121

Listen to this episode... just click play ▶️ on the player below The Change Foundation... In broad range of Community Health, helping family caregivers who are dealing with Mental Illness and Addiction issues of a loved one tends to be either glazed over or silently swept under the rug. But thanks to

Family Caregivers- Now Part of the Healthcare Team — Catherine Walsh, RN, The Change Foundation Episode #119

Listen to this episode... just click play ▶️ on the player below The Change Foundation... Connecting the Dots Today’s healthcare system is offering up new hope for so many, but its not without its own twists and turns, bumps and bruises. Few know the snags and frustrations better than family caregivers— but