30% of Caregivers die before their loved ones!
ATLANTA (PRWEB) October 05, 2020
It was at this highly unlikely time and place that 130 doctors and entrepreneurs threw uncertainty to the wind and hopped on planes from all over the world with their face masks in hand. They all adhered to strict screening by healthcare professionals, and sat in chairs 6 feet from each other just to meet and hear what these 4 famous TV doctors had to say.
Every physician showed up -- except for Dr. Oz, who at the last minute had to instead make his appearance via Zoom on a giant screen on stage. He graciously allowed everyone in the audience to ask him one question, which he answered, and invited them all to be in the audience at one of his future TV shows.
Dave Nassaney (otherwise known as Caregiver Dave) was also speaking on that stage about the current suicide epidemic - especially among caregivers. He has been a caregiver to his beautiful wife, Charlene, since 1996, when she suffered a massive stroke and became paralyzed on one side. Their 2-year grief period was a tough one -- they almost broke up after 21-years of marriage. But they hung in there, and reinvented themselves. Charlene still cannot speak, but she can "communicate" non-verbally through two games - Pictionary and Charades.
Dave realized there are so many other caregivers out there who are suffering. He didn't want them to hurt anymore. He didn't want them to give up like he almost did. Now he hosts a syndicated radio show, heard in all 50 states & 135 countries, appeared on 35 network TV shows, and is a best-selling author -- currently finishing his 4th book to be released this year. He's an award-winning speaker at Harvard & Carnegie Hall, & shared the stage with Martha Stewart, Ice 'T & Suzanne Somers.
His membership website teaches caregivers how to THRIVE, not just survive -- 30% of caregivers die before their loved ones do. Many more become sicker and eventually need a caregiver of their own. Covid-19 suicides are out of control -- especially among susceptible caregivers.
If you know a caregiver, turn them on to CaregiverDave.com, It's a membership support group loaded with tools, resources, practical advice, blogs, articles videos, and 3 FREE gifts to help them out immediately. Everyone who knows a caregiver, should consider buying them an affordable life-time membership gift -- you might just be saving their life!