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Sheila Wilson host of Whine and Cheese will have Betsy Wurzel and Elizabeth Dalton on the show today.  They will be discussing issues with being a caregiver and how they manger stress and isolation.  They talk about therapy and how each one has used different types of treatment for stress and anxiety. I could write more about this interview but I think this interview speaks for itself. Grab that cup of coffee and sit and […]

Grab your pencil and paper because Betsy’s guest is Sue Fernandez, Consultant, Advocate on Today’s show.  Sue Fernandez is part of the Advocate Series on information that you may need now or in the future.  The information provided by Sue is very important to all of us to be aware of. Sue speaks about National Council on Independent Living and the programs they provide.  Sue talks about a Friendship Line for people that are lonely […]

Betsy Wurzel is doing Advocate Series to bring attention to how an why they are being Advocates for many reasons.  Betsy Wurzel’s interview today is with Sue Fernandez. Sue is an example of providing information that she had gained either in an article or at a Webinar.  You can always guarantee that the interview will be very informative.  So as I always say Grab a Pencil and Paper because you will get a wealth of information.  […]

Betsy Wurzel’s guest on the show today is Deborah Keys, Author of her book “Why do you think I call you Mama.” If you would like to read about the day to day schedule of a caregiver and understand the ups and downs encounter, then we suggest you read this book.  Some parts of the book are funny and some parts are so sad.  This is book is about being a caregiver and to walk […]

  Betsy Wurzel Host of Chatting with Betsy is interviewing Shaikha Alothman, a researcher, entrepreneur, and former Public Health professional. She is an MIT Technology Review Innovator Under 35, and a member of the MIT I-Corps program. This is a very informative interview on the research that is happening for the caregiver.   It is a difficult role to have as the caregiver as there is Isolation, Loneliness, and the Stigma they all may encounter. “Expert […]

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