The Caring Generation® speaks the language of caregivers and aging adults. Tips and practical advice about health, aging, being a caregiver, and family relationships, sprinkled with humor and laughter.
How to Cope With a Chronically Ill Spouse
Caregiving expert Pamela D Wilson shares tips for How to Cope with a Chronically Ill Spouse, manage chronic illness, and openly discuss caregiver concerns. Guest Elisabet Eriksson, a registered nurse, and researcher currently coordinating with the University of Gavle and Uppsala University shares research about the experiences of married couples managing chronic illness.
How to Take Care of My Parents
On this program, How to Take Care of My Parents, caregiving expert Pamela D Wilson discusses the life and health effects of being a caregiver and how chronic stress can negatively impact care for aging parents. Guest Dr. Anil Patil founder and executive director of Carers Worldwide shares concerns experienced by family caregivers in developing countries intensified by the pandemic with successful programs and solutions that can be implemented worldwide.
Moving Home to Care for A Sick Parent
On this program, Moving Home to Care for a Sick parent, caregiving expert Pamela D Wilson offers insights for adult children considering moving home from another state, city, or foreign country. Guest Dr. Catherine Riffin from Weill Cornell Medicine discusses research about caregiver interactions with primary care medical practices.
How to Have Patience With Elderly Parents
On this program, How to Have Patience with Elderly Parents, caregiving expert Pamela D Wilson offers tips for learning how to balance emotions, time, and dealing with aging parent concerns and health. Dr. Joan Monin from the Yale School of Public Health shares research about caregiver – care receiver relationships and perceptions about distress and suffering.
Protecting Elderly Parents from Siblings
On this program, Protecting Elderly Parents from Siblings, caregiving expert Pamela D Wilson talks about how favoritism and enabling behaviors can create dependent parent-child relationships that result in family conflict and potential financial or care abuse. Insights are shared about mistakes families make that cause issues with Medicaid program approvals.
Trapped Caring for Elderly Parents or a Spouse?
On this program, Trapped Caring for Elderly Parents or a Spouse, caregiving expert Pamela D Wilson shares tips to take back your life and manage emotions associated with caregiver resentment. Dr. Anthony Caterine from the Riverside Health System shares the benefits of telepsychiatry for persons experiencing mental health concerns in hospitals and nursing homes.