Feb 02
Becoming A Caregiver: Tips That Can Help
Today's show is thought-provoking, inspiring, touching, and even a love story - all because of our guest Rob Harris, and the remarkable and empowering journey that he and his wife Cindy have travelled together. Rob is an author, a speaker, a caregiver and more. Through his journey he has become quite a passionate and inspiring voice in the caregiving movement, and equally as importantly, he has provided us all with an incredible example of what love is all about.

What happens when a loved one has a serious health event? How do you go from your previous relationship to that individual to one that help champion their needs and create an environment that provides fertile ground for their improvement? Rob knows that and much more and is here to share part of their journey together, what they've learned along the way, and even what they wish they had known then.

You don't want to miss this show and you definitely don't want to miss Rob's book, We're In This Together: A Cargiver's Story. For tips, resources, all kinds of information and even more, please visit www.robcares.com.

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