Caregiver Crossing

This message is from Tina McIntosh, the founder and president of Joy’s House —an adult day service with two locations in Indianapolis. Organization is a foreign word to many family caregivers. We are dealing with so much and now you want us to be organized too? Come on! But...
More than 65 million people are providing care for their aging or disabled loved one, and thanks to the efforts of caregivers like Peter Rosenberg, who teamed up with Jeff Foxworthy, caregivers are able to find laughter in the often difficult life that they face. In a video...
Mother and daughter Mary Lou Martin Haines and Ellen Haines became ill at the same time and were in the same hospital, so it was practical for them to both select the same rehabilitation center to recover from their illnesses. While either of them would have provided care to the...
Creator of Boomer Magazine and T.V., Mary Pat McKee join us to share a sneak peak of this issue of Indy Boomer Magazine.
Security and Technology Consultant, Vernon Dotson, offers us information on their “Caregiver Home Protection Package”.
Caring.com’s Chief Caring Expert, Dayna Steele, share with us the list of states on both the best and worst places to age as well as how Indiana can raise it’s ranking. PART 2
Caring.com’s Chief Caring Expert, Dayna Steele, share with us the list of states on both the best and worst places to age as well as how Indiana can raise it’s ranking. PART 2
Every day the nearly 840,000 unpaid family caregivers in Indiana perform the ultimate labor of love—providing care that allows their friends and family members to stay at home, where they want to be. In the Hoosier state alone, that care is valued at $9.5 billion – four times...
Being a caregiver has at times been described as isolating. When caring for a loved one, we are not able to spend as much time with friends as we have in the past and, to be honest, some friends simply don’t understand the journey we’re on. Our once flexible lives filled with...