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The Caregiver Senior Smilecast contains information for family caregivers as well as the older loved ones they care for daily. From moments of zen and inspiration to news you can use to live a quality life, our goal is to bring smiles to the faces of caregivers and seniors alike while helping all people to prepare for aging sooner so that they we can all age with quality not in crisis.

The Caregiver Senior Smilecast The Caregiver Senior Smilecast

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The Caregiver Senior Smilecast contains information for family caregivers as well as the older loved ones they care for daily. From moments of zen and inspiration to news you can use to live a quality life, our goal is to bring smiles to the faces of caregivers and seniors alike while helping all people to prepare for aging sooner so that they we can all age with quality not in crisis.

    Elderspeak – Podcast – Charlotte Today – 06/30/20

    Elderspeak – Podcast – Charlotte Today – 06/30/20

    Elderspeak – Contributing to the Decline Narrative The Corona pandemic has exposed hidden prejudices and a cultural bias of ageism. Part of that discussion is “Elderspeak.” It occurs when an older adult is spoken to by health care workers, service personnel, neighbors, or even family members as if he or she is a child with limited understanding. Anna Corwin, Ph.D., an anthropologist and professor at St. Mary’s College of California, says that it sounds like baby talk or simplified speech and is, in fact, a symptom of how older adults are perceived. I covered this topic for Charlotte Today. Take a gander. Looking for information to help you through the pandemic. My company can help. Companies can go here. Individuals here. 

    Elderspeak – Charlotte Today – 06/30/20

    Elderspeak – Charlotte Today – 06/30/20

    Elderspeak – Contributing to the Decline Narrative The Corona pandemic has exposed hidden prejudices and a cultural bias of ageism. Part of that discussion is “Elderspeak.” It occurs when an older adult is spoken to by health care workers, service personnel, neighbors, or even family members as if he or she is a child with limited understanding. Anna Corwin, Ph.D., an anthropologist and professor at St. Mary’s College of California, says that it sounds like baby talk or simplified speech and is, in fact, a symptom of how older adults are perceived. I covered this topic for Charlotte Today. Take a gander. Looking for information to help you through the pandemic. My company can help. Companies can go here. Individuals here. 

    Caregiving During the Pandemic – Podcast – Charlotte Today – 04/22/20

    Caregiving During the Pandemic – Podcast – Charlotte Today – 04/22/20

    Caregiving During a Pandemic – Podcast Charlotte Today The Coronavirus has literally made every family member a long-distance caregiver. And, as a colleague pointed out, “the number of unpaid caregivers has gone from 1-in-5 Americans, to anyone who cares for someone at risk for Covid-19.” So, to use the well-worn cliché, we are all in this together. So how will caregiving change in an era of social distancing and what will happen when the pandemic slows? If you learn how to function as a long-distance caregiver now, it can only strengthen your ability to be a successful caregiver later. What you will find is that you can automate a lot of mundane, routine things, which eases your burden. Let’s take a look. Looking for information to help you through the pandemic. My company can help. Companies can go here. Individuals here. 

    Caregiving During the Pandemic – Charlotte Today – 04/22/20

    Caregiving During the Pandemic – Charlotte Today – 04/22/20

    Caregiving During a Pandemic The Coronavirus has literally made every family member a long-distance caregiver. And, as a colleague pointed out, “the number of unpaid caregivers has gone from 1-in-5 Americans, to anyone who cares for someone at risk for Covid-19.” So, to use the well-worn cliché, we are all in this together. So how will caregiving change in an era of social distancing and what will happen when the pandemic slows? If you learn how to function as a long-distance caregiver now, it can only strengthen your ability to be a successful caregiver later. What you will find is that you can automate a lot of mundane, routine things, which eases your burden. Let’s take a look. Looking for information to help you through the pandemic. My company can help. Companies can go here. Individuals here. 

    Coronavirus and Seniors – Charlotte Today – 03/19/20

    Coronavirus and Seniors – Charlotte Today – 03/19/20

    Coronavirus and Seniors – Charlotte Today – 03/19/20 A short clip from Charlotte Today about helping elders during the Coronavirus pandemic. Need caregiving help. Turn to my company, www.gishc.com for holistic and complete caregiver solutions. Family caregivers are especially vulnerable. Bill Walsh, AARP Response Lead, says that the pandemic has “exacerbated all those daily tasks that they have to do. It’s also exacerbated their stress. We are also combating fear, anxiety and isolation. It’s really ratcheted up the pressure of these folks who are already under a lot of pressure.” The Alzheimer’s Association offers these COVID-19: Tips for Dementia Caregivers. According to them, dementia does not increase risk for COVID-19 just like dementia does not increase flu risk. We will continue to take you direct to the trusted sources. ow.ly/NVWT30qqOxa

    Coronavirus and Seniors – Charlotte Today – Podcast – 03/19/20

    Coronavirus and Seniors – Charlotte Today – Podcast – 03/19/20

    Coronavirus and Seniors – Charlotte Today – 03/19/20 A short clip from Charlotte Today about helping elders during the Coronavirus pandemic. Need caregiving help. Turn to my company, www.gishc.com for holistic and complete caregiver solutions. Family caregivers are especially vulnerable. Bill Walsh, AARP Response Lead, says that the pandemic has “exacerbated all those daily tasks that they have to do. It’s also exacerbated their stress. We are also combating fear, anxiety and isolation. It’s really ratcheted up the pressure of these folks who are already under a lot of pressure.” The Alzheimer’s Association offers these COVID-19: Tips for Dementia Caregivers. According to them, dementia does not increase risk for COVID-19 just like dementia does not increase flu risk. We will continue to take you direct to the trusted sources. ow.ly/NVWT30qqOxa

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Bits of Wisdom

Love the short bits of wisdom delivered with song and story. Relatable. From one aging expert to another - Thanks for your work in the world Anthony! Rhea Mader 💚🌷

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Great Podcast

Informative with great quality.. Love Anthony's story telling ability. Good Stuff!

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