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Monthly Inspirations

October Message from Greg Johnson and Elise Colomer

This month Greg introduces Elise Colomer from Services & Advocacy for LGBT Elders (SAGE). Elise is a member of the New York City Partnership for Family Caregiving Corps. SAGE is the country’s largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) older adults.

Get inspired by Greg’s and Elise’s October Message


September Message from Greg Johnson

Greg looks with anticipation to November – National Family Caregiver Month – and gives us a sneak preview of his summer in Bali.

Get inspired by Greg’s September Message


August Message from Greg Johnson and Maggie Monroe Richter

This month Greg introduces Maggie Monroe Richter from Intersections International. Maggie is a member of the New York City Partnership for Family Caregiving Corps. Intersections is dedicated to building respectful relationships among diverse individuals and communities to forge common ground and develop strategies that promote justice, reconciliation, and peace.

Get inspired by Greg’s and Maggie’s August Message


July Message from Greg Johnson

This month Greg shares presentations and information given by speakers of the Family Caregiving Summit: “Name It; Know its Many Faces,” held on April 30, 2014.

Get Inspired by Greg’s July Message


June Message from Greg Johnson and Sheila Warnock

This month Greg introduces Sheila Warnock from Share the Care. Sheila is a member of the New York  City Partnership for Family Caregiving Corps. Share the Care promotes a team effort in providing support to a loved one who needs help.

Get inspired by Greg’s and Sheila’s June Message


Presentation Materials from the NY Academy of Medicine Family Caregiving Summit

Family Caregiving Summit: “Name It; Know its Many Faces” – April 30, 2014 at the NY Academy of Medicine. To learn more about tools, resources and support available to you, please see the presentations and information given by speakers of the Summit.


May Message from Greg Johnson

This month Greg shares a video from The Cleveland Clinic. It is a beautiful showcase of their daily life and work.

Get inspired by Greg’s May Message


April Message from Greg Johnson and Cynthia Burke

This month Greg introduces Cynthia Burke from Friends In Deed. Cynthia is a member of the New York City Partnership for Family Caregiving Corps. Friends in Deed provides free emotional and spiritual counciling for people who are living with a terminal or life threatening illness and their family and friends.

Get inspired by Greg’s and Cynthia’s April Message


March Message From Greg Johnson

This month Greg shares an article with you that has just been published by The Living Church, a national publication of the Episcopal Church.

Get inspired by Greg’s March Message


You are not alone!

Get your dose of monthly inspiration from Greg and his guests!

Learn more about the mission of corporatecaregivers.com


Sandwich generation: From the cradle to the grave

Sometimes, the pressure of juggling care and work becomes too much and employees leave the workforce. The expense of recruiting and training a new employee to replace ones lost to caring is a growing concern to businesses. Do you and your corporation understand the bottom line impact family caregiving responsibilities cause and do you offer any type of assistance to your employees who are family caregivers? NYCP4FC Corps offers just such assistance and it offers it FREE OF CHARGE.

Sandwich generation: From the cradle to the grave – FT.com


 

You Are Not Alone – a Series of Conversations with Greg Johnson

In celebration of November as National Family Caregiver Month, EmblemHealth presents You Are Not Alone, eight ten minute conversations with Greg Johnson, Creator and Director of EmblemHealth’s Care for the Family Caregiver initiative. Each stands on its own and taken together, provides guidance and comfort, reminding you that in your caregiving journey, you are not alone.

 

Monthly Inspirations

October Message from Greg Johnson and Elise Colomer

This month Greg introduces Elise Colomer from Services & Advocacy for LGBT Elders (SAGE). Elise is a member of the New York City Partnership for Family Caregiving Corps. SAGE is the country’s largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) older adults.

Get inspired by Greg’s and Elise’s October Message


September Message from Greg Johnson

Greg looks with anticipation to November – National Family Caregiver Month – and gives us a sneak preview of his summer in Bali.

Get inspired by Greg’s September Message


August Message from Greg Johnson and Maggie Monroe Richter

This month Greg introduces Maggie Monroe Richter from Intersections International. Maggie is a member of the New York City Partnership for Family Caregiving Corps. Intersections is dedicated to building respectful relationships among diverse individuals and communities to forge common ground and develop strategies that promote justice, reconciliation, and peace.

Get inspired by Greg’s and Maggie’s August Message


July Message from Greg Johnson

This month Greg shares presentations and information given by speakers of the Family Caregiving Summit: “Name It; Know its Many Faces,” held on April 30, 2014.

Get Inspired by Greg’s July Message


June Message from Greg Johnson and Sheila Warnock

This month Greg introduces Sheila Warnock from Share the Care. Sheila is a member of the New York  City Partnership for Family Caregiving Corps. Share the Care promotes a team effort in providing support to a loved one who needs help.

Get inspired by Greg’s and Sheila’s June Message


Presentation Materials from the NY Academy of Medicine Family Caregiving Summit

Family Caregiving Summit: “Name It; Know its Many Faces” – April 30, 2014 at the NY Academy of Medicine. To learn more about tools, resources and support available to you, please see the presentations and information given by speakers of the Summit.


May Message from Greg Johnson

This month Greg shares a video from The Cleveland Clinic. It is a beautiful showcase of their daily life and work.

Get inspired by Greg’s May Message


April Message from Greg Johnson and Cynthia Burke

This month Greg introduces Cynthia Burke from Friends In Deed. Cynthia is a member of the New York City Partnership for Family Caregiving Corps. Friends in Deed provides free emotional and spiritual counciling for people who are living with a terminal or life threatening illness and their family and friends.

Get inspired by Greg’s and Cynthia’s April Message


March Message From Greg Johnson

This month Greg shares an article with you that has just been published by The Living Church, a national publication of the Episcopal Church.

Get inspired by Greg’s March Message


You are not alone!

Get your dose of monthly inspiration from Greg and his guests!

Learn more about the mission of corporatecaregivers.com


Sandwich generation: From the cradle to the grave

Sometimes, the pressure of juggling care and work becomes too much and employees leave the workforce. The expense of recruiting and training a new employee to replace ones lost to caring is a growing concern to businesses. Do you and your corporation understand the bottom line impact family caregiving responsibilities cause and do you offer any type of assistance to your employees who are family caregivers? NYCP4FC Corps offers just such assistance and it offers it FREE OF CHARGE.

Sandwich generation: From the cradle to the grave – FT.com


 

You Are Not Alone – a Series of Conversations with Greg Johnson

In celebration of November as National Family Caregiver Month, EmblemHealth presents You Are Not Alone, eight ten minute conversations with Greg Johnson, Creator and Director of EmblemHealth’s Care for the Family Caregiver initiative. Each stands on its own and taken together, provides guidance and comfort, reminding you that in your caregiving journey, you are not alone.

 

Monthly Inspirations

October Message from Greg Johnson and Elise Colomer

This month Greg introduces Elise Colomer from Services & Advocacy for LGBT Elders (SAGE). Elise is a member of the New York City Partnership for Family Caregiving Corps. SAGE is the country’s largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) older adults.

Get inspired by Greg’s and Elise’s October Message


September Message from Greg Johnson

Greg looks with anticipation to November – National Family Caregiver Month – and gives us a sneak preview of his summer in Bali.

Get inspired by Greg’s September Message


August Message from Greg Johnson and Maggie Monroe Richter

This month Greg introduces Maggie Monroe Richter from Intersections International. Maggie is a member of the New York City Partnership for Family Caregiving Corps. Intersections is dedicated to building respectful relationships among diverse individuals and communities to forge common ground and develop strategies that promote justice, reconciliation, and peace.

Get inspired by Greg’s and Maggie’s August Message


July Message from Greg Johnson

This month Greg shares presentations and information given by speakers of the Family Caregiving Summit: “Name It; Know its Many Faces,” held on April 30, 2014.

Get Inspired by Greg’s July Message


June Message from Greg Johnson and Sheila Warnock

This month Greg introduces Sheila Warnock from Share the Care. Sheila is a member of the New York  City Partnership for Family Caregiving Corps. Share the Care promotes a team effort in providing support to a loved one who needs help.

Get inspired by Greg’s and Sheila’s June Message


Presentation Materials from the NY Academy of Medicine Family Caregiving Summit

Family Caregiving Summit: “Name It; Know its Many Faces” – April 30, 2014 at the NY Academy of Medicine. To learn more about tools, resources and support available to you, please see the presentations and information given by speakers of the Summit.


May Message from Greg Johnson

This month Greg shares a video from The Cleveland Clinic. It is a beautiful showcase of their daily life and work.

Get inspired by Greg’s May Message


April Message from Greg Johnson and Cynthia Burke

This month Greg introduces Cynthia Burke from Friends In Deed. Cynthia is a member of the New York City Partnership for Family Caregiving Corps. Friends in Deed provides free emotional and spiritual counciling for people who are living with a terminal or life threatening illness and their family and friends.

Get inspired by Greg’s and Cynthia’s April Message


March Message From Greg Johnson

This month Greg shares an article with you that has just been published by The Living Church, a national publication of the Episcopal Church.

Get inspired by Greg’s March Message


You are not alone!

Get your dose of monthly inspiration from Greg and his guests!

Learn more about the mission of corporatecaregivers.com


Sandwich generation: From the cradle to the grave

Sometimes, the pressure of juggling care and work becomes too much and employees leave the workforce. The expense of recruiting and training a new employee to replace ones lost to caring is a growing concern to businesses. Do you and your corporation understand the bottom line impact family caregiving responsibilities cause and do you offer any type of assistance to your employees who are family caregivers? NYCP4FC Corps offers just such assistance and it offers it FREE OF CHARGE.

Sandwich generation: From the cradle to the grave – FT.com


 

You Are Not Alone – a Series of Conversations with Greg Johnson

In celebration of November as National Family Caregiver Month, EmblemHealth presents You Are Not Alone, eight ten minute conversations with Greg Johnson, Creator and Director of EmblemHealth’s Care for the Family Caregiver initiative. Each stands on its own and taken together, provides guidance and comfort, reminding you that in your caregiving journey, you are not alone.