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Episode 12

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Dr. Bill Haley is a Professor at the School of Aging Studies at the University of South Florida. With his collaborative work with Dr. David Roth of Johns Hopkins University, they have discovered some new things about caregivers that might surprise you. In this week’s episode, Dr. Haley breaks down their research and underlines some of the positive results of caregiving.

Dr. William Haley Faculty Bio

Dr. David Roth Faculty Bio

The Dr. Steven Zarit Burden Scale

Higher mortality risk in caregiving -1999 paper

Lower mortality risk in caregiving – 2015 paper

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Episode 11

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Jennifer Levin is a millennial and was faced with the shocking news at 32; she had to put her father in a nursing facility because of his Parkinson’s disease. At the time, she was heavily focused on her career and living in a different state than her father. sShe felt terribly alone and isolated during that time because none of her peers could relate. Jennifer shares her experience on what it was like caring for her father as a millennial. when her career was just starting to blossom.

Thecaregiverscollective.com

I Became My Fathers Parent at 32

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Episode 10

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Anne Ellet, with Memory Care Support,  is a Nurse Practitioner that specializes in Dementia Care. She has seen a wide variety of care facilities that do not allow for patients to express their individual selves and their quality of health is reduced because of it. Simple things like allowing a person to go outside to eat can make a big difference in their quality of life, yet facilities are too afraid to take chances. Ann describes her work with memory care and how we can develop better systems to let those who suffer from dementia prosper in their living environment.

Memory Care Support, LLC

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Episode 9

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Helen Adeosun is the Co-Founder and CEO of CareAcademy, a training center that provides in-home caregivers the education they need to provide excellent care.  On today’s episode, Helen discusses where the culture of caregiving is headed and how adult children can better care for their aging parents as they begin to need extra help.

Careacademy.com

Helen on LinkedIn

Joinpapa.com

Working Daughter: A Guide To Caring For Your Aging Parents While Making A Living

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Ilana Berger works for an organization called Hand in Hand and its mission is to provide fair wages and benefits to domestic workers who help out in your home. If you hire a domestic worker, even if it is to care for your aging parents or your young children, you are an employer! This means you have the ability to provide support and care to the people who helped you the most. Find out on this week’s episode, how you can help make a difference!

Domesticemployers.org

Caringacross.org

Faircarepledge.com

Myalia.org

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Episode 7

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Caregiving can be costly – especially for women who often cut back at work or quit altogether. On this episode, we talk with Adrienne Penta, executive director of the Brown Brothers Harriman Center for Women & Wealth about the cost of caregiving and the widening retirement gap. Adrienne shares what a financial advisor can do for you during this emotional time and how they can set you and your family up for success.

Bbh.com

Adrienne on LinkedIn

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Episode 6

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Chris MacLellan was with his partner Richard for 11 years before Richard passed away from esophagus cancer. Richard was originally given only 3-4 months to live, but ended up surpassing that and living for three more years. Chris shares his experience and story about what it was like caring for his partner and why the quality of healthcare may be different for a same sex couple than for heterosexual couple. Theirs is a love story.

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TheWholeCareNetwork.com

SunSentinel: A new beginning: Navigating the challenges of moving on

UW study finds LGBTQ older adults in Seattle/King County face higher health risks

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Dr. Joseph Fuller is a Professor of Management Practice in General Management at Harvard Business School and he co-leads one of the school’s initiatives, Managing the Future of Work. He is the co-author of a recent Harvard study that tackles how and why employers should invest in a culture of care. On today’s episode, Dr. Fuller explains how a care culture is directly related to the future of work, and what companies need to be aware of when providing benefits to their employees.

Resources:

The Caring Company: How Employers Can Cut Costs And Boost Productivity By HelpingEmployees Manage Caregiving Needs

The Working Daughter book

Episode 4

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What About the Working Sons: Part 2

Today’s episode features two working sons and showcases the unique challenges male family caregivers face. Zack Demopoulos is the host of the Raisins Rents podcast and shares his story as a working son caring for his Greek parents. Josh Lamont is the founder of JRL Strategies and shares his story on the frustrations of not knowing about both state and non-profit programs that could have helped his aging veteran father earlier.

Resources:

Raisingparentspodcast.com

Jrlstrategies.com

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An interview with Brigid Schulte

Brigid Schulte is the Director of the Better Life Lab at New America. She is also  a journalist and best-selling author. On today’s episode, Brigid sheds light on the millions of men who are caretakers,  the differences in how men and women approach care, and thoughts on working sons dealing with elder care.

Resources:

Brigidschulte.com

Newamerica.org/betterlifelab

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