caregiver

Betsy Wurzel, Host of Chatting with Betsy guest today is Heidi DeBoer, Caregiver, and Author.  Heidi talks about her book “Living with a Stranger” “A fairytale romance, a dream western wedding, a relationship built with God first, twins, a boy, and girl, what could go wrong? This is Heidi DeBoer’s Story,  a 63-year-old widow that was a full-time caregiver to her husband Chet who had Early Onset Alzheimer’s and Frontotemporal dementia Join in and listen […]

Betsy Wurzel’s guest on the show today is Candace Williams on her Mother’s diagnosis of Frontotemporal Dementia.  “Candace is a caregiver for her mother who was diagnosed with FTD (Frontotemporal Dementia) at the age of 57. She started the blog because she wanted to share her and her mother’s experience about what life with FTD is like, the challenges, the joys, the pain…not to mention, early on in her journey with her mother, she realized […]

Betsy Wurzel Interview with Polly Dobbs, Memory Support Director for Keystone Villa at Douglasville, a personal care home in Berks County, Pennsylvania. In this role I am tasked with assessing new residents, designing and orchestrating all programming on the unit, creating and implementing care plans for residents, acting as a liaison between residents, families, physicians, staff, and the executives of the organization, and managing the staff of the unit.   Join in and listen to this […]

  Betsy Wurzel Host of Chatting with Betsy  Guest today is Brianne Grebil, Advanced Certified Transformation Coach. “Watching someone you love struggle with Alzheimer’s is heartbreaking, and yet deep love and a profound peace can still be found if you know where to look. In her book, Love Doesn’t Care If You Forget,  Brianne does her best to show you this love and peace as she relays the life lessons she has seen through the […]

  Betsy Wurzel Host of Chatting with Betsy interview today is with Laura Spiegel, “Founder, and Host of Paint Her in Color, a web site that offers emotional support and resources to parents of children with special health care needs. Parents of children with special health care needs can experience a swirl of emotions. Joy. Frustration. Anxiety. Perspective. Exhaustion. Determination. Grief. No matter where we are in our journey, we are all warriors. We all […]


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