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You’ll Be Okay: Godspeed Caregivers Comfort Today’s Family Caregivers

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During caregiving, you can wonder if you’ll be okay. When caregiving ends, you understand that you will be okay. In honor of National Family Caregivers Month (November), I’m putting a call out to all former family caregivers (Godspeed Caregivers) to do just that–tell today’s family caregivers that they will be okay. If you have cared for a family member, please consider recording a video for today’s family caregivers which shares the simple message: I’m okay ... Read More »

Aht Lo Lev-Vahd!

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For my “Innovative” friend, who never ceases to inspire me to grow.  For Denise, Because it was a good question! Aht lo lev-vahd is Hebrew for “You are not alone!” Sometimes when we are in the middle of many challenges we forget that we are merely mortal and not something bigger or more important.  Last week, about January 18, 2013 or so, Denise on the Blog Talk Radio Show asked me, “Now that your Hubby ... Read More »

You’ll Be Okay

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Earlier this month, we launched our You’ll Be Okay campaign. We’re asking former family caregivers (Godspeed Caregivers) to share their stories with today’s family caregivers. The message of each video is simple: You’ll be okay. Today, we’re featuring a video from Sharon Clark. Read More »

You’ll Be Okay

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Earlier this month, we launched our You’ll Be Okay campaign. We’re asking former family caregivers (Godspeed Caregivers) to share their stories with today’s family caregivers. The message of each video is simple: You’ll be okay. Today, we’re featuring a video from John Mills. Read More »

You’ll Be Okay

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Earlier this week, we launched our You’ll Be Okay campaign. We’re asking former family caregivers (Godspeed Caregivers) to share their stories with today’s family caregivers. The message of each video is simple: You’ll be okay. Today, we’re featuring a video from Jane Meier Hamilton. Read More »

You’ll Be Okay: Godspeed Caregivers Comfort Today’s Family Caregivers

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In September, a very smart man named Dan Savage started a campaign called “It Gets Better.” Savage wanted to show young gay and lesbian individuals that life will get better for them. Through the project, gays and lesbians create videos to tell the young generation that it does better, that they will be okay. What a great idea, I thought, I think I’ll borrow it. So, in honor of National Family Caregivers Month (November), I’m ... Read More »