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'Be a Healthy Caregiver' with Chris MacLellan of SunServe, adds Tuesday, Thursday broadcasts

News release from Michael Vita:

“BE A HEALTHY CAREGIVER” NOW HEARD TWICE A WEEK

Tuesday and Thursday Broadcasts Added By Popular Demand!

cjmbtr-1Wilton Manors, FL: Chris MacLellan’s “Be A Healthy Caregiver” on Blog Talk Radio, has added a Thursday program to its Tuesday weekly scheduled program.  With special guests from across the country, ‘Be A Healthy Caregiver’ on Blog Talk Radio focuses on solutions, advocacy and real life events that Caregivers and their Caree’s face on a daily basis.  The informative radio interview program has added an additional program!  Be A Healthy Caregiver” can now be heard on Blog Talk Radio every Tuesday at 1:00 pm (EST) and every Thursday at 8:00 pm (EST). MacLellan said “The hour long format on Thursday will allow for listeners to call in and ask questions:  simultaneously, we will have a live Twitter chat by accessing #BAHC on Twitter.  As Caregivers, we are always searching for information and referrals to help in our Caregiving Journey; it is my goal to provide that!’

Access the show live or any archived episodes by simply clicking here

Upcoming guests to be interviewed by MacLellan on “Be A Healthy Caregiver”:

§ Tuesday July 9th 1:00 pm ‘Creating A Care Team’ with Lisa Kendall from The Eden  Alternative  and Crossroads Counseling.

§ Thursday, July 11th  8:00 pm ‘Journaling to Nourish the Caregiving Soul’ with Lynda Monk  from Creative Wellness Works 

§ Tuesday, July 16th   A Conversation’ with Psychologist  Janice Hynes

§ Thursday, July 18th  8:00 pm Practical Wisdom’ with Lisa Fields

§ Tuesday, July 23rd 1:00 pm ‘Dental Hygiene: Why It’s Important!’ with America’s Dental Hygienist Shirley Gutkowski

§ Thursday, July 25th 8:00 pm ‘The Sandwich Generation with Sherri Snelling from The Caregiving Club

§ Thursday, July 30th 1:00pm ‘Elder Care Mediation’ with Doris Haas, RN and Bonita Para.

Chris MacLellan is the coordinator of Senior Services for SunServe Social Services in Wilton Manors, Florida.  He is a Certified Senior Advisor, Family Caregiver, and is affectionately known as ‘The Bow Tie Guy.’  He brings his pragmatic approach to Caregiving through his weekly show ‘Be A Healthy Caregiver’ on Blog Talk Radio.  The Caregiver Survival Network recognizes Chris’ Caregiving Blog, “The Purple Jacket,” as one of the top 10 on-line Caregiver advocates.

Visit The Purple Jacket to hear and read more of the remarkable work that Chris MacLellan is doing for the over 44 million working  caregivers in the United States today.  A recent PEWS survey indicated that almost half of the adults in the United States feel that at some time in their life, they will be caring for a parent or an adult member of their family!  Caregivers, you are not alone!

Remember Thursdays are always “Have You Hugged A Caregiver Day.”

CALENDAR

WHAT:           “Be A Healthy Caregiver”

WHEN:          Tuesdays at 1:00pm – Thursdays at 8:00pm

WHERE: The Purple Jacket  or Be A Healthy Caregiver on Blog Talk Radio

All times are Eastern!

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Mr. MacLellan,
You are such a wonderful resource for caregivers and sandwich generation families. A healthy caregiver is able to deal with the daily hustles involved in providing care to loved ones.

We will love to feature your work via CareNovate Magazine (CareNovateMag.com), a free platform by pharmacists, healthcare professionals who are caregivers. They offers social health insights, wellness tips and medication literacy resources.We are here to share and support each other. Email us info@carenovate.com. Find us on Twitter @carenmag
Mitra Oro
CareNovate Magazine Social Media Manager
http://www.carenovatemag.com

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