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Working Daughter Interview: When Your Sister Has Cancer

Don’t tell Jessica Conway Church and Shane Eleanor Conway McCoin about your sick cat. They’d probably listen, but you’re better off listening to these two wise sisters. They are the founders of losingapuzzlepiece.com, a website and blog providing resources and stories for young adult and sibling caregivers and grievers that addresses what happens when your sister has […]

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Working Daughter Interview: Karen Bromberg

After Hurricane Sandy flooded Karen Bromberg’s elderly parents’ house, her roles as their caregiver kicked into high gear. It’s no wonder her motto is, “It is what it is, until it is something else.” Stay tuned for Karen’s new online resource for caregivers, helpyouthru.com, launching in April and inspired by her own experiences. With what do you struggle? Feeling out […]

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Working Daughter Interview: Jana Panarites

Jana Panarites is the founder of Agewyz Media Group, author of Scattered: My Year As An Accidental Caregiver and host of The Agewyz Podcast, a weekly interview series featuring lively conversations with experts in the field of aging and people caring for a loved one amid the demands of the own lives. Where and when […]

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Working Daughter Interview: Rick Lauber

Rick Lauber is the author of The Successful Caregiver’s Guide and Caregiver’s Guide for Canadians, Volunteer Board of Directors member (Alberta Caregivers Association) and former co-caregiver. Read his fantastic perspective on caregiving over all, as well as on men and caregiving. With what do you struggle? Time management proved to be a major challenge for me […]

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Working Daughter Interview: Donna Thomson

Donna Thomson cares for her son and her mother. She is the author of The Four Walls of My Freedom: Lessons I’ve Learned From a Life of Caregiving. Donna also consults on family caregiving to both home health and hospital group and sits on several boards relating to health research and networks of support for families giving care. She […]

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Working Daughter Interview: Paula Kiger

Don’t ask caregiver and social media specialist Paula Kiger to fill out any more medical forms. But if you need a little empathy, give her a call or check out her blog. Where and when do you feel most competent? I feel most competent when I am writing and editing. I also enjoy sharing the lessons I […]

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Working Daughter Interview: Petrina Hollingsworth

Petrina Hollingsworth juggles her job as a technical science editor, her role as a mother to two sons ages 8 and 12, and her responsibilities to her mother who moved to a senior living facility after the death of Petrina’s father. She is a full-fledged member of the sandwich generation, telling me, “More than once, I […]

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The Working Daughter Interview: Chris MacLellan

No, Chris MacLellan is not a working daughter, but he is the face of caregiving. And as he tells us, “There are no orientation or gender boundaries in Caregiving.”  Chris is “The Bow Tie Guy,” author of the book What’s The Deal with Caregiving, host of the Healing Ties radio show, founder of the company The Whole Care Network, and […]

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