Guest Host: Susan Page

The editor-in-chief of "Today’s Caregiver" magazine talks about how to get the best care for your loved one and still have a life of your own. Joining the discussion is Irene Jackson-Brown, an independent managment consultant and director of communications/publications for the NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science. She is the primary caregiver for her widowed father, a paraplegic and double amputee.

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  • Irene Jackson-Brown independent managment consultant and director of communications/publications for the NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science
  • Gary Barg The editor-in-chief of "Today's Caregiver" magazine and author

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