Daughterhood Conversation #5: The challenge with our aging care system is that there’s a lot of information to help, however, the situations most caregivers face are incredibly complex, unique, and specific so it’s difficult to find what you need. Join Anne as she discusses the landscape and the hard choices faced by caregivers with Ryan Frederick of Smartliving360 and Karen Van Dyke of Senior Care by Design.
Daughterhood Conversation #4: Anne Tumlinson hosts Jean Ross and Robin Weeks as they discuss the complexities of navigating our healthcare system. Jean Ross is co-leader of the Central Indiana circle, a nurse and co-founder of Primary Record. Robin Weeks who co-leads the New River and Roanoke Valleys, Virginia circle, is the owner of My Pivotal Point.
Daughterhood Conversation #3: Anne Tumlinson brings together two caregiving pros: Jerri Brown of Right Start Admin and Consulting and Daughterhood’s Northeast Atlanta Circle Leader and Regina Smith VP of People Operations at Independent Adult Day Centers and Daughterhood’s Circle Leader in Indianapolis. This Conversation includes provocative stories about providing care and advocating in difficult circumstances perhaps worsened by being black.
Daughterhood Conversation #2: Anne Tumlinson hosts Larisa Gilbert, an attorney at Elder Law Solutions and a Daughterhood Circle Leader in Louisville, Kentucky, and Kimberly Whiter, CEO of Elder Care Solutions, Inc. and the Daughterhood Circle Leader in Roanoke, Virginia. The panelists discuss the complexities of paying for care, made more difficult by byzantine rules unique to each state.
Daughterhood Conversation #1: Anne Tumlinson hosts Jodi Hempel, founder of Success By Design and Daughterhood’s Tucson, Arizona Circle Leader and Tina Wright, a Client Care Coordinator at Time Savers Kentucky and Daughterhood’s Owensboro, Kentucky Circle Leader. This Conversation focuses on a family-team approach to caregiving and the need for continued discussions with parents in advance of crises.