Caregiver Conference Teaches Participants to Shout I’m A Fearless Caregiver: Don’t Mess With Me!
PR Log - Feb 13, 2013 - Today’s Caregiver magazine (www.Caregiver.com), since 1995, the nation’s leading support, training and educational organization for family and professional caregivers, is hosting the 124th Fearless Caregiver Conference seminar, expo and luncheon on March 5th at the PGA National Resort and Spa in Palm Beach Gardens. A limited number of no charge tickets sponsored by the Area Agency on Aging of Palm Beach Treasure Coast and Today’s Caregiver magazine are available at http://www.caregiver.com.
Family and professional caregivers interested in receiving caregiving advice from aging and disability experts, physicians, insurance advisors, Social Security specialists, elder law professionals, homecare and support organizations can register for the limited number of complimentary family caregiver tickets by calling (877) 829-2734 of visiting http://www.Caregiver.com. Tickets are sponsored by Today’s Caregiver magazine, Caregiver.com, Area Agency on Aging of Palm Beach Treasure Coast, Caption Call, Humana, Palm Beach Neurological Center, and My CareConnect plus dozens of other resources for caregivers.
Today’s Caregiver magazine http://www.caregiver.com, the nation’s leading magazine, Web and conference organization for family and professional caregivers since 1995, continues with their commitment of educating and supporting family and professional caregivers around the country and internationally. “I’m a Fearless Caregiver: Don’t Mess With Me” continues to be our mission statement about how family caregivers must take control of their caregiving responsibilities, says Gary Barg, CEO and Editor-In-Chief of Caregiver Media Group.
“Today’s Caregiver Magazine, http://www.caregiver.com and the Fearless Caregiver Conferences were conceived out of the void of available support for family caregivers. When our family was faced with the challenges of caring for our dad and two grandparents, dealing with a wide variety of healthcare challenges, my mother and I decided to help others going through the caregiving process by starting a magazine,” Barg said. “We had no idea that the magazine would grow into such a success as the first national publication for family and professional caregivers.”
The magazine, started 17 years ago, has grown into the nationally distributed Today’s Caregiver magazine, a Web community, http://www.caregiver.com, and Fearless Caregiver Conferences, held across the nation, that have educated over 40,000 families and professional caregivers across the country.