Fearless Caregiver Conference Provides Surefire Caregiving Stress Relief and Support in Nashville
April 11th Fearless Caregiver Conference to teach families stress reduction techniques. Visit FearlessCaregiver.com for complimentary lunch and event tickets. Stanford University study states 40% of caregivers will die before loved ones due to stress
March 21, 2012 - PRLog -- Today’s Caregiver magazine, http://www.caregiver.com, the nation’s leading magazine for family and professional caregivers since 1995, is hosting the 115th Fearless Caregiver Conference in Nashville at the Millennium Maxwell House on Wednesday April 11th. Family and professional caregivers interested in speaking with and getting caregiving advice from aging and disability experts, caregiver advocates, insurance advisors, Social Security specialists, elder law professionals, homecare and facility coordinators and support organizations can register for the limited number of complimentary caregiver tickets that are still available for the full-day seminar and exhibitions. Registration includes lunch and is available by calling (877) 829-2734 or by going online to http://www.FearlessCaregiver.com. The event is presented by the Greater Nashville Regional Council Area Agency on Aging, Today’s Caregiver magazine and CarePlanners.com.
“I am extremely excited that so many leading experts will be joining us. We are again happy to work with the Greater Nashville Regional Council’s Area Agency on Aging and Disability and to provide a caregiver expo of that includes their services and many others that are focused on helping the family and professional caregivers in the Middle Tennessee region.” said Gary Barg, Founder and Editor-In-Chief of Today’s Caregiver magazine and FearlessCaregiver.com, as well as author of the book The Fearless Caregiver and host of the Fearless Caregiver Conferences.
Barg added, “The most recent Fearless Caregiver Conferences in Palm Beach Gardens and New Haven were tremendous successes with hundreds of family and professional caregivers participating in full-day events where they received answers to their caregiving questions from physicians, spiritual leaders, and healthcare experts on topics such as Alzheimer’s, MS, cancer, autism, stroke, Social Security, Medicare, diabetes, incontinence and Parkinson’s throughout the day.”
What Support Is Available for Tennessee’s Caregivers?
The financial decisions made at the state level have enormous consequences to the caregivers living in Middle Tennessee. Join caregiving experts for the day to learn how these decisions will affect you and what support will be available as you care for your loved ones.
Registration Includes Lunch: Limited free registrations are available for family caregivers online at http://www.FearlessCaregiver.com or by calling 877-829-2734. Millennium Maxwell House is located at 2025 Rosa L. Parks Boulevard in Nashville.
Gary Barg is the event host and moderator. A noted speaker, writer and publisher on caregiving issues since 1995, Gary Barg is founder and editor-in-chief of the first national magazine for caregivers, Today’s Caregiver, as well the original online caregiver community, caregiver.com.
This will mark the 115th Fearless Caregiver Conference that Mr. Barg has hosted.
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 Middle Tennessee’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
• How to share information with their fellow caregivers
Who Should Attend?
• Children of aging parents
• Parents caring for children
• Spousal caregivers
• Long-distance caregivers
• Grandparent 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.
CarePlanners.com was founded in 2011 by Alan Blaustein and Dr. Nancy Snyderman (Chief Medical Editor for NBC News). Friends for years, Alan and Nancy grew even closer after Alan was diagnosed with thymic cancer in 2004. As Alan dealt with his treatment and focused on healing, he and his family were also confronted with many of the healthcare system’s inefficiencies. These inefficiencies included managing and coordinating multiple insurance companies, medical billing agencies, various hospitals and far too many physicians.
The more they discussed the healthcare system, Alan and Nancy recognized the limited resources available to help patients or caregivers, and the need for more help. When someone is dealing with the complex legal system, they call a lawyer. When dealing with the complex healthcare system though, no one was available to help navigate patients or caregivers. Now there is – CarePlanners.
The Greater Nashville Regional Council Area Agency on Aging & Disability is one of nine regional agencies statewide whose mission is to plan programs and services and advocate for the older population and adults with disabilities. The AAAD serves thirteen counties in the Greater Nashville Region of Tennessee: Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Houston, Humphreys, Montgomery, Robertson, Rutherford, Stewart, Sumner, Trousdale, Williamson and Wilson.
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Established in 1995, Caregiver Media Group has become the recognized media authority on caregiving through Today’s Caregiver magazine, Caregiver.com, the Fearless Caregiver Conferences, the award winning book - The Fearless Caregiver: How to Get the Best Care for Your Loved One and Still Have a Life of Your Own, as well as Caregiver Media Group's award winning content and custom publications.
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, Barry Manilow, Carrie Ann inaba, Debbie Reynolds, Dixie Carter, Debbie Reynolds, Della Reese, Linda Dano, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Patricia Richardson, Robert Urich and Clay Aiken. The digital version of the magazine is available free of charge at Caregiver.com.