Fearless Caregiver Tour History: More than 50,000 caregivers have attended Fearless Caregiver Conference trainings since Today’s Caregiver magazine started this tour. “We are excited about returning to Orlando; this will mark the 123rd event held since 1998.” says Gary Barg, Host of the Fearless Caregiver Conferences and Editor-in-Chief of Today’s Caregiver magazine.
Gary Barg is the author of the book, The Fearless Caregiver: how to get the best care for your loved one and still have a life of your own.
Fearless Caregiver Conference participants will learn:
• What support is available for Florida’s family caregivers
• Where the money is for caregivers
• How to partner with their family members
• How to ask questions of healthcare leaders in the area
• How to get a loved one to stop driving
• They are not alone
Who Should Attend?
• Grandparent caregivers
• Kinship Caregivers
• Children of aging parents
• Parents caring for children
• Spousal caregivers
• Long-distance caregivers
• Pastoral caregivers
• Volunteer caregivers
• Professional caregivers
• And anyone else seeking hands-on advice
Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Call (800) 829-2734 for information and to reserve your space.
Registration includes lunch: Limited free registrations are available for family caregivers online at http://www.caregiver.com or by calling 877-829-2734. The Holy Trinity Reception Hall is located at 1217 Trinity Woods Lane in Maitland, Florida.
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Today’s Caregiver magazine contains cover interviews with celebrity caregivers, articles on caregiving issues and vital resources for all caregivers. Cover interviews have included Leeza Gibbons, Clay Walker, Kathy Greenlee, Debbie Reynolds, Dixie Carter, Debbie Reynolds, Clay Aiken, Henry Winkler, Dr Ruth Westheimer, Della Reese, Linda Dano, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Robert Urich and Clay Aiken. The digital version of the magazine is available free of charge at Caregiver.com.