1. Caregiving at Every Stage and Age Rayna Neises 20:07

Rayna Neises, ACC, host, and Karen Weaver, PCC, co-host, reflect on last week’s interview with Adrienne Glusman.  Adrienne shared her experience as a young Caregiver and how she now supports other Millennials in their caregiving season.  Additional thoughts:

  • Regardless of age, we usually do not think about being a Caregiver.
  • Sharing your story can be a support and help to other caregivers and help you find others like you.
  • Caregiving is something that can become a part of your life at any stage.
  • Those in the business world need to be aware of and consider how the Caregiver role impacts their employees.
  • Raising awareness and being an advocate for caregivers helps everyone.
  • Sometimes it is necessary to pivot to find a job that provides the flexibility and freedom that you need to be available as a Caregiver.
Rayna Neises A Season of Caring

Rayna Neises understands the joys and challenges that come from a season of caring. She helped care for both of her parents during their separate battles with Alzheimer’s over a thirty-year span. She is able to look back on those days now with no regrets – and she wishes the same for everyone caring for aging parents.

Rayna is the author of No Regrets: Hope for Your Caregiving Season, an ICF certified coach, the host of “A Season of Caring” podcast, Positive Approach® to Care (PAC)Independent Certified Trainer and speaker who is passionate about offering encouragement, support, and resources for regret-free caring aimed at preventing family caregivers from aimlessly wandering through this important season of life.

Rayna lives on a farm in southeast Kansas with her husband, Ron, and small pack of adorable dogs. She is the baby of her family, but most would never guess that. She is a former teacher who enjoys crafts of all kinds and spending time with her grandkids most of all.