This month we’re talking about podcasts for caregivers. 🎧
Caregiving? there's a pod for that.
Definition of podcast: a program (as of music or talk) made available in digital format for automatic download over the Internet
As caregivers, our time is precious. It often feels like there are not enough hours in the day. Podcasts offer us a way to feel connected, learn new things, and be entertained. They are free and can be enjoyed while running errands, grocery shopping, or cooking. There’s a lot to choose from but we’ve put together our top picks to get you started.
Pods for caregivers
Happy Healthy Caregiver
5-stars! Host and Certified Caregiving Consultant, Elizabeth Miller welcomes real family caregivers for stories and tips on how to be happy and healthy while caring for others.
It's like managing up, but harder. Follow the journey of a caregiver who happens to be a comedian. J Smiles uses levity to reveal the truth, stress, and rewards of being a caregiver. We like her style!
Produced by the University of California, Irvine Institute for Memory Impairments & Neurological Disorders, this pod features advice on caring for loved ones affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
Parent/child relations are often bumpy over a lifetime. When roles switch – who’s the adult? Who’s the child? Daughters InSanity was created to share, vent, learn, and laugh with others as we care for an aging parent.
Daughters InSanity Series Part One: Are You My Mother November 16th at 4 pm PT / 7 pm ET
Open to all caregivers, this workshop will explore aging and end of life through the whole family’s eyes and help make sense and sanity out of the caregiving journey for adult children. Part of the Let’s Reimagine End of Life fall event series: Grief, Growth, and Action.
Host and Entrepreneur Tracey Noonan and HFC Founder Lauren Miller Rogen talk through how they dealt with their parents' decline and how Alzheimer's can wreak havoc on your life, business, and sanity... if you let it.
Created to honor lives touched by Frontotemporal Dementia, Remember Me offers a safe space for understanding the dementia journey. Lauren joined to share her mother Adele's journey with Alzheimer’s disease.
You got us, this one isn't about caregiving, but it's worth the listen anyway. Seth's new "poddy" asks, “Do you have a great story?” And that’s it. That's the concept. But the results are so much more.