Gary Edward Barg Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Today's Caregiver magazine and http://caregiver.com interviews Michael Jordan, Founder and CEO of CircleOf Inc. Mike served as the Cisco Hyperinnovation Lab distinguished entrepreneur from 2016 to 2018 and most recently has been collaborating on the Saudi NEOM Future City project, leading venture building across all sectors, including health and wellness. CircleOf is designed to support family and professional caregivers online. circleof.com caregiver.com
Gary Edward Barg, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Today's Caregiver magazine and caregiver.com interviews Dr. Glen N. Robison. In his new book, Healthy Dad Sick Dad, Dr. Robison shares his personal journey with two very similar fathers who ended up in drastically different retirements. Determined to understand why Dr. Robison studied his healthy father’s lifestyle and emulated it for 15 years with dramatic improvements to his own health.
Far too many people retire needing to take five to twenty medications a day for health conditions that could easily have been prevented. They retire to their recliner and don't take full advantage of the opportunities that retirement offers because they're dependent upon oxygen from the oxygen tank or because they're just too stiff and sore to get out and enjoy life. Caregiver.com Book available in the caregiver.com Bookclub.
Gary Edward Barg, Founder and Editor-in Chief of Today's Caregiver magazine and caregiver.com interviews entrepreneur and attorney David Smith about his new book “It's About Time” in which he reveals how to turn deep-seated resistance into successful conversions and helps to reframe the senior living community sales process into a partnership between the sales professional, the family caregiver and the senior. His field-tested technique, Prospect-Centered Selling®, is based on a theoretical model adapted from the psychology of change. The book is available at http://caregiver.com in the Caregiver BookClub.
Gary Edward Bard Editor-in-Chief of Today's Caregiver magazine and caregiver.com interviews Dan Shapiro author of the caregiver.com BookClub selection "The Thin Ledge".
In this profoundly honest memoir, Daniel Shapiro shares the reality of the fifteen years he spent living and caring for his wife while also single handedly raising their three young children. During those years Shapiro searched for answers: “Can I find happiness like this? Will the rest of my life be this way?” and the moral struggle of how far to take the marital vows of “in sickness and in health.” An important book for any caregiver. Available at http://caregiver.com in the caregiver BookClub
An interview with Tom Carson, developer of Total Linked Care, a simple, smart and secure way to ensure medication management for our loved ones
Editor-in-Chief Gary Edward Barg interviews Tom Carson, a family caregiver who is also the CEO of As Directed Plus LLC. Tom developed Total Linked Care as a simple, smart, and secure way to manage, take, and monitor daily medication as well as to to serve as a connected care assistant assuring medications are being taken while providing peace of mind for the recipient and caregiver. https://www.totallinkedcare.com/ http://caregiver.com
Caregiver Thought Leader Interview: Michael Herl, Co-author of Care By Design, the Better Alternative to Institutional Assisted Living & Memory Care
Editor-in-Chief Gary Edward Barg interviews Michael Herl co-author of Senior Care By Design, the Better Alternative to Institutional Assisted Living & Memory Care. The book provides the foundation and tools needed to make the best decisions about long-term care for loved ones and introduces business opportunities within the industry. Written by veteran senior care business leader Chris Potra along with Dr. Stephen Miller MD, MPH, and Michael Herl, the book helps readers discover the personal advantages and investment opportunities in Adult Family Homes. Available on Amazon.com http://caregiver.com
Caregiver Thought Leader Interview: Ben Rao, noted author, advocate for family caregivers and author of Paying For Long-Term Care: A Guide to Understanding and Funding Senior Care
Gary Edward Barg, Editor-in-Chief of Today’s Caregiver magazine and caregiver.com interviews Ben Rao, a noted author, advocate for family caregivers and author of Paying For Long-Term Care: A Guide to Understanding and Funding Senior Care, and he’s co-founder of Mom’s House which helps families solve one of the biggest challenges we have is what to do with our loved one’s house when they go into long-term care http://caregiver.com https://payingforlongtermcare.com/freebook
Gary Edward Barg, Editor-in-Chief interviews Evan Kharrazi founder of Kharrazi Natural Health and ChillTime.TV , which includes an endless library of daily streaming guided meditation, yoga, dance routines, cooking classes, drawing workshops, empowerment videos, and much more. All his life, Evan has been the caregiver to his loved ones, friends and family, and now his mission is to make self-care accessible and manageable for those who selflessly put others first. Http://caregiver.com Http://chilltime.tv
Gary Edward Barg, Editor-in-Chief interviews Ryan Herd, Founder and CEO of Caregiver Smart Solutions
Gary Edward Barg, Editor-in-Chief interviews Ryan Herd, Founder and CEO of Caregiver Smart Solutions and author of Join the Smart Home Revolution about how technology can help make our loved ones lives better. http://www.Caregiversmartsolutions.com
Gary Edward Barg, Editor-in-Chief interviews Susan A. Marshall, author of the book Mom’s Gone Missing. It is an interesting and a here's-what-unfolded book, a daughter’s experience with a father’s decade-long Alzheimer’s journey and a mother’s lightning fast dementia decline and both of their deaths.
The narrative includes sibling tensions, an array of healthcare, financial and legal decisions, reconciliation of lifelong hurts, and the emotional tsunami that surges through it all.
This book invites you in, encourages you to find familiar thoughts and emotions, and provides compassion for your worst moments, your rawest reactions, and your urge to laugh in sometimes inopportune moments.
This true story of a thoughtful writer’s journey with her parents is written with clarity, honesty, and vulnerability. Its ultimate wish is to create a community within which to share stories and offer support. You, in whatever stage of angst or pain, are welcome here. Http://caregiver.com