The Truth About Caregiving, Elder Care, Alzheimer’s, and Dementia: Caregiver Expert Ailsa Tyler-Whiteman

Alisa Tyler-Whiteman is a registered nurse who has worked with dementia patients for over 40 years. She is also a co-author of the book “Pardon Me, I’m Prospering,” together with a few other authors.

In this episode, Alisa will discuss the problems and the things that a carer experiences, especially those who are taking care of a person suffering from dementia while simultaneously taking care of their family.

She has seen how these carers dedicate their lives to caring for the people around them. She mentioned how some people try to balance their time with caring for people suffering from dementia, their children, and other family members.

These people are often so tired and helpless that they don’t know what to do anymore.

You have to remember that you are not alone. You should try and get help and assistance.

This episode is a must-listen for people who are busy taking care of their loved ones. This should help them educate and learn when to get help, how, and where to get it.