From the Author
What does it feel like to be a caregiver?
It's kind of like coming to a road, looking both ways--and then getting hit by a plane!
For more than thirty years, I've been a caregiver for my wife through a medical nightmare that continues to bring new challenges--often daily. As she experienced surgery #80 in January 2018, this journey shows no signs of slowing down. Along the way, I've had ample time to make virtually every mistake one can make as a caregiver.
Through this journey and through all the mistakes, I've also gained hard-won wisdom and experienced teachable lessons on the challenges, predicaments, and heartache of the caregiver. My passion through my books and my syndicated radio program for caregivers is to provide fellow caregivers a well-lit path towards safety where they can catch their breath and take a knee if required. From there, I offer easy ways to help caregivers better navigate the difficult and often dangerous path of caring for a loved one with an impairment.
Healthy Caregivers Make BETTER Caregivers.
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About the Author
"An Exceptional Voice of Experience for an Unprecedented Need!" For the past 30 years, radio host, author, speaker, pianist, and black-belt in Hapkido, Peter Rosenberger has personally traveled the path of the family caregiver. In the process, he has learned that a caregiver cannot only survive, but thrive in the midst of often grim circumstances. In an unparalleled journey with his wife Gracie, he has navigated a medical nightmare that has mushroomed to 78 operations, the amputation of both of Gracie’s legs, treatment by more than 75 doctors in 12 hospitals, 7 medical insurance companies,and $10 million in medical bills. This experience unquestionably qualifies him as an expert as a caregiver and has made him a most ardent champion for the family caregiver, providing him with an astonishing understanding of healthcare issues and a deep compassion for others. Seamlessly weaving frankness with his outrageous humor, Peter brings freshness, hope and laughter into the painful places of caregiving. He regularly speaks on a wide range of topics that include healthcare and finances, caregivers in the workplace, facing adversity, thriving as a caregiver, and family relationships. Earning a Bachelor of Music from Belmont University, Peter is an accomplished pianist and composer—and often incorporates his expressive style of music into his presentations as he entertains,inspires, and challenges audiences from all walks of life. Since 2013, he has carried his message of health and hope for the caregiver to the airwaves, hosting his own weekly show on in Nashville, 1510 WLAC /IHeartRadio, streaming worldwide. Peter also serves as the president of Standing With Hope, Inc., an evangelical prosthetic limb outreach founded by his wife to amputees in West Africa.
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