Dani discusses grieving her twin brother, how people don’t know what to say to a grieving person, and the challenges of Mental Health Care Issues.
Elsa also discusses with Betsy how 85 percent of disabled women have been assaulted, how difficult it is to be believed that an assault happened, and how the medical community discriminates against the disabled by giving subpar medical care!
Betsy also discussed being resilient when facing obstacles and not giving up! Betsy Cerulo wrote this book to inspire others and hopefully, people will think about being more receptive to the LGBT community!
They both discussed why it is so important for present and past caregivers to share their journeys to help those who are starting their journeys!
His challenges growing up first in a dysfunctional environment, the challenges of Cerebral Palsy, and his wonderful experience with his Foster Family who accepted Mark for who he is!
discrimination facing the LGBTQ+ Community with health care, hospice, and nursing care facilities!
What would that even mean anymore, after decades of being half of a loving, committed couple who’d built a life together? She was about to find out!.
She will always bring awareness concerning caregivers but also will seek out the subjects and topics that one does not hear a lot on Internet Radio.