Jacqueline Marcell is a former college professor & television executive, who after the amazing experience of caregiving her elderly parents has become an author, publisher and sought-after national speaker, dedicating her life to eldercare awareness and reform. She is the devoted daughter of her riveting true story, "Elder Rage, or Take My Father... Please! How To Survive Caring For Aging Parents," written she says, “so that no one else would ever have to go through what I did." Her uplifting show, “Coping with Caregiving,” is a valuable resource for anyone coping with the challenges of caregiving, and for everyone who thinks it will never happen to them.
Coping with Caregiving 7/20/02
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Segment One: Denise Brown is the Publisher & Editor of "Caregiving", a monthly print newsletter, and the creator of www.Caregiving.com, an online support haven.
Segment Two: More with Denise Brown.
Segment Three: Dr. Cherry Emerson is a Ph.D. in Criminal Medical Anthropology, from Colorado. In 1976, Dr. Emerson was a founder of the first private prison in the US to contract with the Bureau of Prisons. http://www.cherryemerson.com/
Segment Four: John Paul Marosy, is the author of, Elder Care: A Six Step Guide to Balancing Work and Family, and president of Bringing Elder Care Home, a consulting firm specializing in solutions to eldercare & work conflicts. www.bringingeldercarehome.com
Segment Five: More with John Paul Marosy
Segment Six: George Hopper was a family caregiver continuously for 37 years! He cared for two wives, four sons, his father & mother and his father-in-law. He is an advocate for family caregivers. www.wellspouse.org