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This is Caregiver's Compass. An uplifting, inspirational podcast talking about all things caregiving. Therapist Stephanie Muskat takes you through real-life caregiving stories from her own therapeutic experience and gives you the raw and personal on her own caregiving experiences as a young caregiver. Plus hear from tons of incredible experts and caregivers who are living through their day-to-day journeys. It's all here at Caregiver's Compass.
 
The Knowledge for Caregivers Podcast will provide practical tips from a geriatric nurse's perspective on how to help your aged love one. The world is experiencing an explosion of people living longer. At some point though, an aged person begins to need help. Most of that help is provided by family members. Family members usually begin a steep learning curve on how to help their aged loved ones. Every week I will provide practical tips that I use with my own family to help you navigate the ca ...
 
Caregivers are a very under-represented group. They work hard for their loved ones without pay or much recognition. They also under-value their own health because they're so involved in ensuring that their loved ones get everything they need in order to be comfortable. This podcast aims to open up the floor to the people who feel like they're not being heard. To bring them all together in a space where they can talk about their experiences.
 
A caregiver call-in community hosted by an Occupational Therapist. We know that providing for the daily needs of your elderly parents or disabled spouse can have its daily challenges. Caregivers often feel alone and often risk injury to themselves and their loved ones as they struggle to assist them with daily personal care and mobility tasks. Do you wish there was a better way to do a tasks --a technique, strategy or a device that would make your day easier? Let Finding A Foothold help. We ...
 
This is not that heartwarming, touchy-feely podcast about the joys of being a caregiver, this is the exact opposite. Caregiving has never been something I wanted to do long-term, however, it is something that I have done for the majority of my life. In this podcast I share the different caregiving situations, including the one that has been the most difficult for me. I also talk about how hard it is to be a caregiver and how we tend to neglect ourselves and our needs for the sake of those we ...
 
Powered by Family Caregivers of British Columbia and hosted by Bill Israel, "Caregivers Out Loud" will explore the ways in which the role of a caregiver can be both rewarding, while also emotionally, psychologically, and physically taxing. By sharing stories of caregivers and insight from community experts, we bring you perspective and connection, and ensure that you have support and balance from inspired caregivers, who are caregiving out loud. Please share this podcast with family and frie ...
 
"Care for Caregivers" explores the unexpected odyssey of caring for a loved one in the final stages of life. Produced by Inez Odom, the podcast features Laura Mary Robinson and Dr. Laura Mosqueda, a gerontologist. Join them as they discuss a personal experience and offer advice to others. The podcast is presented as 17 short chapters, organized to enable easy searching for topics.
 
Hope Through Knowledge with Zoë A. Lewis, M.D., is Talk Radio For Caregivers. This dynamic thirty minute talk show brings the experts on care giving right to you. Dr. Zoe Lewis interviews the top authors and experts from around the country. Guests are recognized for their contributions to care giving, aging, eldercare, and alternative wellness strategies that you can't afford to miss. 65 million Americans are caregivers and with more than 16 years of hospital-based medicine, a private practi ...
 
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The national healthcare and long-term care workforce shortage is reaching a critical level. Listen as special guest, Geoffrey Roche, Senior VP of Workforce Development at Dignity Health Global Education (DHGE) discusses some of the critical issues and some of the efforts to overcome workforce challenges like DHGE's Equity Impact Scholarship and its…
 
We all respond to a crisis in different ways, but a common initial response that we all have is that we wish it wasn’t happening to us, that we could blink and make it go away! You may not be human if this isn’t the way you initially react to devastating news. I have seen that choosing to remain hopeful and focusing only on things that you can chan…
 
In this episode, Allison discusses what she has termed, The Relationship Seasons’ and discusses how partners in a romantic relationship can navigate possible shifts and breaks in a relationship, particularly when one partner is an overwhelmed caregiver for another loved one. Allison Villa is a psychotherapist, relationship expert, creator of The 4 …
 
After helping the family care for her grandfather, Emilia realized what her calling in life was. She wanted to give people her time and company. And since 2014, she's been working with people to make their lives easier. But that doesn't mean she doesn't understand what family caregivers go through, too. Emilia shares great advice to family caregive…
 
Sheryl has been an RN for almost 4 decades, with the majority of her career spent in direct patient care. She is the host of the podcast, engAGING Conversations, found under her name, Sheryl Smith RN (that’s Sheryl with an S!) wherever you listen to your podcasts. Sheryl has always considered herself a strong patient advocate. Through her podcast, …
 
When parents are aging, have a debilitating diagnosis or have undergone an injury or surgery, they are not able to move about in their homes like they use to.They appear to be fairly cognitively intact, but they have bodies that are weak, frail and with pain —bodies that just don’t cooperate with what they want to do. They have already fallen, many…
 
April 16 is National Healthcare Decisions Day. It's a day to focus on legal and medical directives in case of emergency. To no surprise lots of us don't want to think about death and dying. But guess what? If you ignore it, it won't simply go away. Learn about of some the different documents and directives and the importance they play in life and d…
 
What Makes Memory Care Different from Personal Care? Though personal care and assisted living programs have elements of memory care, a true memory program stands apart from these traditional settings. Learn some of the important differences on the Caregivers Corner Podcast. Show Notes: www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Disabili…are-Home-FAQ.aspx www.messiahl…
 
September is National Senior Center Month and what better time to talk about how these hubs of activity, socialization and well-being. Senior Centers are evolving across the country to meet the changing needs of older adults, especially for Baby Boomers. Learn more about these terrific community resources that are often underappreciated and underut…
 
The last 18+ months have been full of uncertainty, isolation and confusion. Add all our daily responsibilities the emotions we feel and life can seem hopeless and unmanageable. In this episode, Stephanie discusses real life examples of the hopeless and negative emotions she has witnessed in others in addition to her own and how she has navigated th…
 
Louisiana has just incurred a storm -- Hurricane Ida which has caused much destruction and damage to our coastal parishes. Caregiving is also a storm, which touches many lives and if not properly entered into, it too can cause much destruction and damage to lives. Caregiving is important. It is in fact a very honorable role to assume. It demonstrat…
 
In this episode Stephanie discusses 4 main areas when caregivers can often feel guilt. Stephanie explores how these feelings can be managed in the moment and overtime. She also explores why some of us may be more prone to feelings of guilt than others. Visit us on our website: www.compassionincaregiving.com Stephanie currently has openings for one-…
 
Starla Bryant became a caregiver after her mother had a stroke on Christmas Eve. After her mother's passing, her sister's Rheumatoid Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, and Sjogren's syndrome all became too much to handle. Her sister and niece have since moved in with her, and she continues to juggle being a caregiver while also working from home.…
 
Bill Cohen is a caregiver support group leader and speaker, an Alzheimer's Association volunteer, Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)®, and the owner of Cohen Caregiving Support Consultants. His loving and talented mother, Sheila, lost her home to Hurricane Katrina. Then, she lost her health, ability to create beautiful art and, ultimately, her life due…
 
As a child, we often see our parents as strong and capable. It's tough seeing them age and becoming frail. We often see it happening, and there is nothing we can do to stop aging but we can do our part in keeping them safe. Diane is a listener who called into the call-in line who, like myself, knew that I would one day be my parent's caregiver. Kno…
 
Patti LaFleur is a full-time care partner for her mom, Linda, who has been diagnosed with dementia and type 1 diabetes. She is also a significant support to her father who presently resides in a care facility and was diagnosed with dementia last year. In this episode, Patti discusses the extraordinary care partnership she has developed with her mom…
 
Caregiving has many challenges. There are some caregivers who have developed a team of support that allows them to care for their loved one and still be able to live fulfilled lives. They have the physical support and the financial resources and all is well. This is great, but... Well, it is rare. This is not the case in the lives of many many care…
 
A brief introduction on the Caregiver's Journey Podcast. Andrew discusses why he decided to create the podcast, what he hopes to get out of it and how it could help all family caregivers. We want you to be able to tell your story, and feel at home with others who share their own. The first podcast created by and for family caregivers.…
 
In today’s episode Stephanie talks about the different factors that can lead to significant feelings of overwhelm as a caregiver and speaks about ways we can manage the factors that can lead to significant stress and overwhelm. Stephanie pulls from her own experiences as a caregiver to illustrate what can lead to significant caregiver stress. Blog …
 
Meet Mr. Rubin, full-time caregiver for his wife of 55 years. Hear his heart, his desire to take care of his wife in their home. Hear how he evolved into his role, how we worked together to address some of the struggles he was having in caring for his wife, and how he made the adaptations in his technique and his environment which improved how he c…
 
Today Stephanie shares an anonymous* case example from her personal hospital experience to show how an entire family system can fall apart as a result of a loved one’s recent diagnosis and prognosis. Stephanie explores some of the steps one can take to overcome this break and the ‘restructuring’ of a family. *Please note: details of this case have …
 
Caregiving brings many challenges and concerns. As a new caregiver, even when the role is temporary, because your loved one will likely fully recover, it can still be stressful. There are things that are unfamiliar and there is the possibility of there being an injury due to improper techniques. Episode 16 features calls from caregivers into the Ca…
 
Today we are joined by Brian Smith-an engineer and professor, a father to a 7 year-old and a caregiver to his wife who has lived with Multiple sclerosis since 2006. In today's episode Brian talks about how he 'balances' (if balance is possible) it all, caregiver burnout, and his coping strategies to make it through each week. Brian is a true superh…
 
Caregiver-focus podcast. Meet Mr. Milton. Mr. Milton is the primary caregiver to his wife who was recently hospitalized after having several falls in the home. She was hospitalized and diagnosed with a severe urinary tract infection and dehydration. Upon discharge, it was recommended that she be admitted into a skilled nursing facility located in s…
 
Today we are joined by Registered Art Therapist and Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Erica Curcio, who discusses the incredible impact art therapy can have both on the care partner and the loved ones they care for. In this episode Erica goes into detail about the type of art modalities that can be used in therapy sessions and the incredible outcom…
 
Caregiving brings many challenges and concerns. It can be stressful because the role often come at a time when we are busy raising families, starting careers or planning for retirement. Episode 14 features calls from caregivers into the Caregivers Finding A Foothold podcast call-in line. It’s a FREE call with the responses aired on our podcast. Car…
 
Stephanie talks about her previous caregiving experiences with her mom and a recent incident in which she was told her mom would pass away after she was rushed to hospital. Stephanie highlights the differences in what helped her cope during this recent incident vs. her initial caregiving experiences and what strategies she has found assist her in c…
 
Our first caregiver-focus podcast. Let me introduce you to Anita. Meet Anita, the caregiver to her husband who recently had a stroke. Both she and husband are 60 years old and were preparing for retirement when the stroke occurred. Hear the struggles she encountered during the first 6 months of him being home. I met Anita, saw her anger and learned…
 
Welcome to Caregiver's Compass! In this episode Stephanie talks all about what you can find on our podcast. This podcast is meant to uplift, inspire and provide education and awareness about caregiving. Visit us on our website: www.compassionincaregiving.com Stephanie currently has openings for one-on-one therapy. To find out more and to see if she…
 
This is Caregiver's Compass. An uplifting, inspirational podcast talking about all things caregiving. Therapist Stephanie Muskat takes you through real-life caregiving stories from her own therapeutic experience and gives you the raw and personal on her own caregiving experiences as a young caregiver. Plus hear from a plethora of incredible experts…
 
28% of Canadians or 1.8 million people, provided care to a family member or friend with a long-term health condition, disability or ageing need in the past year. Three-quarters of this group (6.1 million) were employed at the time, accounting for 35% of ALL employed Canadians. More and more people are becoming caregivers and a lot of these caregive…
 
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