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About A Season of Caring Podcast

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A Season of Caring Podcast is a place to find hope for your Season of Caring for Aging Parents.

We want you to know that we see you.  We know what you are doing is not only difficult, and often overwhelming but it’s also important and one of the most rewarding things you can do.

We feature both everyday family members who are caregiver survivors and those who are still in the middle of their caring season.  We also bring you professionals who bring their experience and compassion for you and your parent to our conversations.

Our goal is for you to walk away from our time together feeling encouraged and hopeful that you can spend this season living, loving and caring with no regrets!

Diane Clark

Caregiving – The Hardest Right Thing

Rayna Neises, your host, interviews Diane Clark. Diane is a caregiver survivor who poured her heart and life into caring for her father and father-in-law during the last years of their lives. She shares her passion and wisdom in this podcast.

Keys to Communicating and Avoiding Conflict while Caring

Hope for living, loving and caring with no regrets!Episode 35Last week’s guest, Carolyn Miller Parr, shared from her book, Love’s Way, her experience related to families who did not have the tough conversations.  Now, Rayna Neises, ACC, host, and Aly Neises, RN,...
Carolyn Miller Parr

Avoid Disputes: Have the Tough Conversations

Rayna Neises, your host, interviews Carolyn Miller Parr. The author of Love’s Way: Living Peacefully With Your Family As Your Parents Age, a valuable tool for seniors and their adult children. Her hope is that it helps families navigate the journey without disputes that end up in the courts or mediation.

Thinking More About Advanced Directives

Hope for living, loving and caring with no regrets!Episode 33 Rayna Neises, ACC, host, and Aly Neises, RN, cohost, further discuss the topic of Advanced Directives which was started last week during the conversation with Kira Reginaldo.  Additional thoughts/learnings:...

Advanced Directives – Everyone Needs One Now!

Rayna Neises, your host, interviews Kira Reginato. Kira is a geriatric care manager who has helped the elderly and their families in a variety of settings. Her vast experience coupled with her entrepreneurial nature has allowed her to develop an app for family caregivers and to author a book that she recently updated and rereleased, Tips for Helping Your Aging Parents: (without Losing Your Mind). She has so many tools to help caregivers, but focuses in this interview on tips regarding Healthcare/Medical Directives.

About A Season of Caring Podcast

A Season of Caring Podcast is a place to find hope for your Season of Caring for Aging Parents.

We want you to know that we see you.  We know what you are doing is not only difficult, and often overwhelming but it’s important and one of the most rewarding things you can do.

We feature both everyday family members who are caregiver survivors and those who are still in the middle of their caring season.  We also bring you professionals who bring their experience and compassion for you and your parent to our conversations.

Our goal is for you to walk away from our time together feeling encouraged and hopeful that you can spend this season living, loving and caring with no regrets!

Diane Clark

Caregiving – The Hardest Right Thing

Rayna Neises, your host, interviews Diane Clark. Diane is a caregiver survivor who poured her heart and life into caring for her father and father-in-law during the last years of their lives. She shares her passion and wisdom in this podcast.

Keys to Communicating and Avoiding Conflict while Caring

Hope for living, loving and caring with no regrets!Episode 35Last week’s guest, Carolyn Miller Parr, shared from her book, Love’s Way, her experience related to families who did not have the tough conversations.  Now, Rayna Neises, ACC, host, and Aly Neises, RN,...
Carolyn Miller Parr

Avoid Disputes: Have the Tough Conversations

Rayna Neises, your host, interviews Carolyn Miller Parr. The author of Love’s Way: Living Peacefully With Your Family As Your Parents Age, a valuable tool for seniors and their adult children. Her hope is that it helps families navigate the journey without disputes that end up in the courts or mediation.

Thinking More About Advanced Directives

Hope for living, loving and caring with no regrets!Episode 33 Rayna Neises, ACC, host, and Aly Neises, RN, cohost, further discuss the topic of Advanced Directives which was started last week during the conversation with Kira Reginaldo.  Additional thoughts/learnings:...

Advanced Directives – Everyone Needs One Now!

Rayna Neises, your host, interviews Kira Reginato. Kira is a geriatric care manager who has helped the elderly and their families in a variety of settings. Her vast experience coupled with her entrepreneurial nature has allowed her to develop an app for family caregivers and to author a book that she recently updated and rereleased, Tips for Helping Your Aging Parents: (without Losing Your Mind). She has so many tools to help caregivers, but focuses in this interview on tips regarding Healthcare/Medical Directives.

Meet Your Hosts

Rayna Neises, ACC

Your Host

An ICF Certified Coach, Pod-caster, Author & Speaker, offers encouragement, support and resources to those who are in a Season of Caring for Aging Parents.

Her passion is for those caring and their parents, that they might be seen, not forgotten & cared for, not neglected.

Rayna Neises & Aly Neises

Aly Neises, RN

Your Co-Host

A registered  nurse, has worked in healthcare for over ten years. Currently she is a case manager for hospice taking care of terminally ill patients and their families.

Her passion is to help and care for others.

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Caregiving – The Hardest Right Thing

Caregiving – The Hardest Right Thing

Rayna Neises, your host, interviews Diane Clark. Diane is a caregiver survivor who poured her heart and life into caring for her father and father-in-law during the last years of their lives. She shares her passion and wisdom in this podcast.

Keys to Communicating and Avoiding Conflict while Caring

Keys to Communicating and Avoiding Conflict while Caring

Hope for living, loving and caring with no regrets!Episode 35Last week’s guest, Carolyn Miller Parr, shared from her book, Love’s Way, her experience related to families who did not have the tough conversations.  Now, Rayna Neises, ACC, host, and Aly Neises, RN,...

Avoid Disputes: Have the Tough Conversations

Avoid Disputes: Have the Tough Conversations

Rayna Neises, your host, interviews Carolyn Miller Parr. The author of Love’s Way: Living Peacefully With Your Family As Your Parents Age, a valuable tool for seniors and their adult children. Her hope is that it helps families navigate the journey without disputes that end up in the courts or mediation.

Thinking More About Advanced Directives

Thinking More About Advanced Directives

Hope for living, loving and caring with no regrets!Episode 33 Rayna Neises, ACC, host, and Aly Neises, RN, cohost, further discuss the topic of Advanced Directives which was started last week during the conversation with Kira Reginaldo.  Additional thoughts/learnings:...

Advanced Directives – Everyone Needs One Now!

Advanced Directives – Everyone Needs One Now!

Rayna Neises, your host, interviews Kira Reginato. Kira is a geriatric care manager who has helped the elderly and their families in a variety of settings. Her vast experience coupled with her entrepreneurial nature has allowed her to develop an app for family caregivers and to author a book that she recently updated and rereleased, Tips for Helping Your Aging Parents: (without Losing Your Mind). She has so many tools to help caregivers, but focuses in this interview on tips regarding Healthcare/Medical Directives.

Thinking About the End of the Journey

Thinking About the End of the Journey

Rayna Neises, ACC, host, and Aly Neises, RN, cohost, reflect on the conversation with Karen Hafner who, along with her sister, cared for their father. Their family, like many, had a caregiving journey that lasted over several years, but then ended after a quick decline. Guidance for this final part of the caregiving journey is provided in this episode.

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4 Things you need to know as you begin your season of caring

4 Things you need to know as you begin your season of caring

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