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- National Cervical Cancer Coalition 3
- Area Agency on Aging 1
- Bon Secours 1
- Catholic University 1
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My mom didn’t live an easy life, everything she received she had to work for.
Cervical cancer survivor Jane Fitch shares how important self-care and community support are for those going through cancer treatment. Tina White echoes Fitch's sentiments as she explains how she helped care for a friend's daughter with cervical cancer, and offers...
This is a special interview talking about past and current careers. My father discussed what it was like to work with tv and radio networks, special artist, and working at the Grand Ole Opry. No job is ever easy so...
Brandon Lewis interviews his father, Jerald Lewis, about the family's experience with Susan Lewis's posterior cortical atrophy.
Alegra Woodard talks about how her life changed after her cervical cancer diagnosis and how she decided to reach out and help other women going through the same experience. Her husband Bobby offers the caregiver perspective and offers advice to...
I decided to interview my Aunt Jeanne and talk about her career in nursing.
In this interview I share precious moments and memories with my great grandmother.
Jenny Rask: 2020-10-18 01:30:05 Jenny Rask Interviews Father Gene Rask about his life. Starting a dentistry practice after training in the service. New beginnings sharing an office with dentist friend Maury. His sister Mary as his first assistant. In search...
Joyce Patterson-Rogers (85) remembers her daughter, Meredith, with her son Norm Rooker (64). Norm reflects on the different experiences that led him to choose a career as a paramedic and firefighter and Joyce shares about her radical feminist past.
This is about Peer counseling teacher Mrs.Sams mom who recently passed. I wanted to hear more about her because Sams tells so many adorable stories of her in class.
The impact of Betty, my caregiver, on my family Over her 23 year span working with us.
Morgan and Diane Leavitt discuss their roles as caregivers of a loved one, the concept and value of palliative care, and the origins of the StewARTworks Foundation.
Brandon Lewis interviews his father, Jerald Lewis, about their family's experience with Susan Lewis's Posterior Cortical Atrophy.
Noel Aube lost his beloved wife, Pat, to cervical cancer in 2002 when Pat was just 43 years old. As Noel reflects, "sometimes it feels like it was yesterday and sometimes it feels like a whole other life that I...
Talking with a healthcare worker about how the recent pandemic has affected her and her workplace
In this interview I reflected on the past year and a half since the diagnosis of my father’s Alzheimer’s. It’s just me with some thoughts about the judgements people make about the way my family has attempted to navigate how...
Ashly Gonzales (right) tells her story of being a caregiver for her husband, Manuel Rivera, whom had an accident at work which resulted in a case of epilepsy. She speaks of the struggles of taking care of a loved one...