Petersen is an award-winning TV journalist who has covered wars, tsunamis, the unspeakable deaths in Rwanda, and so much more, but faced his greatest challenge when his wife was diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
What’s funny about caregiving? Absolutely nothing! However, author and cofounder of CaregiverHelp.com, Elaine K Sanchez, knows first-hand that caregiving is entirely too difficult to take seriously all the time.
A broadcast journalist for over 20 years, Mary Ellen Geist's decision to leave her news anchor job in New York to become a caregiver for her father was the subject of her powerful book Measure of the Heart.
Toula Wootan is a dynamic pioneer, dedicated to the mission of “caring for the caregiver.” She is in the forefront of caregiver issues and a trusted spokesperson for those seeking direction and support.
As a national desk correspondent based at NPR West, Ina Jaffe covers issues related to aging, including finances and work life, healthcare, relationships and the broader demographic realities facing the country.