This program addresses private duty care with Jennifer Campisi, LPN, of Senior Helpers home care of Abbeville, LA. Ms. Campisi speaks of various aspects of family care giving and of a special program for Veterans.
Warren Hebert Interviews author Mary Tutterow about her book, The Heart of the Caregiver. This Bible study for family caregivers includes conversations from Chapter 4, Knowing God and Chapter 5, You Are Loved. This is a great scripture study for those struggling with the taxing role of family caregiver.
This program includes important tips from a web based document ‘Family Care Giving 101’. It includes information from different resources and on numerous topics on care giving. Warren Hebert, RN, BSN has worked in home health for 26 years and is a family caregiver
The Veteran’s Administration has new benefits for family caregivers as a result of the Affordable Care Act. Stipends for caregivers, insurance benefits, and more might be available to you if the Veteran you care for is post 9/11. This covers information released by the VA on February 13, 2011.
Mary Tutterow is the author of ‘The Heart of the Caregiver’, a bible study for family caregivers. In Chapter 3, God is Still Sovereign’, she explores the challenges family caregivers have with the faith journey in the midst of much difficulty. As the mother of a special needs child who also has medical needs, Mary speaks, and writes from scripture and her personal experience.
Susan Nelson, MD, is a Geriatrician whose career has been focused on the frail elderly. Her work around care at the end of life has involved significant legislative changes in Louisiana. Her broad collaboration with groups including the Louisiana Conference of Catholic Bishops, to assure humane, life respecting care at the end of life. Our host Warren Hebert, RN, and Dr. Nelson explore families’ active participation in planning care at the end of life.
This program remembers Fr. Duane Stenzel, OFM, longtime program director for Radio Maria. Listeners from across the country called in on the day of Fr. Duane’s death, January 18, 2011. Fr. Stenzel touched many lives over his 83 years and some of those dialed in to share their experiences. The host of A Caring Place, Warren Hebert, RN, has worked in home health for 26 years, is a family caregiver and is CEO of the HomeCare Association of Louisiana.
Scott Flowers, MHA, MBA is on the executive team at eQHealth, the Quality Improvement Organization based in Baton Rouge, LA that is doing healthcare improvement work across the nation. Scott shares information about ‘care transitions’, or the hand-off from hospital to home. eQHealth is heading one of 14 projects to assure smooth care transitions.
Host Warren Hebert, RN, shares a variety of tips for family caregivers during the holiday season. Whether it’s Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter or another big holiday, the stress on a family caregiver often prevents one from enjoying the family. These tips offer practical solutions that will relieve the stress for you and the person receiving care.
In this episode of A Caring Place, Warren Hebert talks again with Mary Tutterow the author of “The Heart of The Caregiver”. The Heart of The Caregiver is a bible study/book focusing on the needs and building up of caregivers.
In this episode of A Caring Place, Warren Hebert talks with Mary Tutterow the author of “The Heart of The Caregiver”. The Heart of The Caregiver is a bible study/book focusing on the needs and building up of caregivers.
A Caring Place is an hour long weekly program that focuses on those receiving care at home and their family caregivers. Tune in every Tuesday afternoon at 1pm central, 2pm eastern, as Warren Hebert discusses the issues that affect home caregivers and shares resources that can assist in home care. Call in with your questions and stories; toll free at 1-866-333-MARY(6279).
In this episode of A Caring Place, Warren discusses a new report on the issues facing caregivers in rural america. He then shares some stories of some of those caregivers taken from the website strengthforcaring.com.