Podcast: What's a Caregiving-Friendly Community?


Podcast: What's a Caregiving-Friendly Community?

My guest, Warren Hebert, and I share our thoughts about what makes a community friendly to a caregiving experience and situation.

During our podcast, I mentioned a few upcoming events I hope you will join:

How would you describe a caregiving-friendly community? Please feel free to share in our comments section, below.

About Warren
Warren Hebert, DNP, RN, CAE, is an alumnus of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Executive Nurse Fellows Program. Hebert is Chief Innovation Officer for a home health analytics company. He is also a family caregiver, home health nurse, nursing professor, and executive director of the HomeCare Association of Louisiana. Attaining his Doctor of Nursing Practice degree (DNP) in 2015, Hebert joined his alma mater, Loyola New Orleans, in 2016, as lead faculty for health policy, Care of Vulnerable and Aging populations, health care ethics, and he teaches doctoral students about systems change and innovation. Hebert has hosted the radio program/podcast, Family Caregiving, for seven years.

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Deb Hallisey

I love this podcast and all the ideas you discussed. Here in NJ, we have a great place to both bring and get \"Idle Assets\" . Goodwill Home Medical Equipment takes DME and all kinds of equipment including things like enfamily. They sanitize it to CHAP standards and you can buy at greatly discounted prices. https://www.goodwillhomemedical.org/