Up Next – How We Cope: Intimate Lessons From the Front-Lines of Family Caregiving
Join our next Facebook Live chat for an in-depth look at the lived experience of caregivers from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Nov. 20.
KHN columnist Judith Graham will talk one-on-one with Dr. Arthur Kleinman, a Harvard professor who recently wrote a book about caring for his wife after she was diagnosed with early stage Alzheimer’s disease. Graham will then lead a discussion among four panelists, who are also all caregivers themselves:
- Rita Choula, director of caregiving projects at AARP’s Public Policy Institute
- Sheldon Friedman, a board member at the Well Spouse Association.
- Barry Jacobs, a psychologist and principal at Health Management Associates (Philadelphia)
- Kimberly Street, a faculty clinical instructor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore
The event will be open to the public and broadcast live over Facebook. Submit your questions or experiences ahead of time through the below form, or ask questions on Facebook during the live event.