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!
Dr. Andy Bomback discusses the significance of the book title, the many different challenges of parenting in today’s society, the competition facing parents, and when and how parenting became a verb!
Carly didn’t want a C-section with her second daughter so she did her research, educated herself, and became an advocate for her own health!
Jesse has met angels along the way who have helped him and Jesse has been seizure free for 44 years!
Music Therapy could be beneficial for adults with various types of dementia and how music therapy is a connection for both you and your loved one.
Sam is a 21-year college student who quotes “I don’t need to be fixed”, I am not broken!” Sam Mitchell is bringing awareness to Autism and would like to see the stigma removed!
“Having a plan can mean a lot of things in your day-to-day life. It can mean Peace of Mind + Security + Family matters + Happiness + Legacy”
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!
“A native of Nashville, Tennessee, and a Vanderbilt University alumna, I grew up as a young caregiver for my disabled mother. Caring for her since age 11, I was isolated, scared, and like many other young caregivers in the United States, I did…
“This is a story about caregiving…at any age. Meet 6.75 years Lola and her best friend and grandmother, Babu (short for babushka). One day Babu is not herself. Lola learns that Babu has dementia.”