Caregiver Programs, Support, and Resources from Pamela D Wilson
Pamela D. Wilson, MS, BS/BA, NCG, CSA
Caregiver programs by caregiving expert Pamela D Wilson help older adults and their caregivers plan for the future, reduce worry and doubt, and build confidence. Find the resources you’re looking for on this website in the caregiver library, blog, podcasts, and webinars.
Pamela is a caregiver subject matter expert who has been trusted by caregivers and aging adults for more than 20 years for providing support to solve and manage caregiving issues.
Her experience and approachable manner give caregivers and aging adults peace of mind that solutions exist for common and complex caregiving problems.
Find the Information You Need to Care for Aging Parents, Spouses, or Yourself in Pamela’s One-Of-A-Kind Caregiver Program.
Eight modules feature information about managing caregiver emotions, helping elderly parents who refuse care, dealing with unhelpful family members, creating care plans for loved ones with dementia or Alzheimer’s, paying for the care of loved ones, making legal and medical decisions, managing in-home care, finding care homes, navigating the healthcare system, and more.
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Watch Hundreds of Videos About Caregiving and Aging Topics on Pamela’s YouTube Channel
PAMELA D. WILSON, MS, BS/BA, NCG, CSA is an international resource for caregivers specializing in the field of aging, caregiving, and health since 1999.
As a court-appointed guardian, medical and financial power of attorney, the personal representative of the estate, trustee, and care manager, Pamela has unparalleled expertise to guide and serve as a meaningful and compassionate resource for caregivers. She successfully managed care for thousands of clients and made the life-changing decisions that caregivers are faced with today.
What Caregivers Say About Pamela
In addition to these brief testimonials, you can visit Pamela’s testimonial page and her speaking testimonial pages to learn more about what caregivers, families, and professionals have to say about Pamela.
“You are my guardian angel! I’m so glad I found you. You have given me the ability to keep on going and the ability to fight for my mom and not to mention I’m learning thru you that I’m not crazy and everything my mom is doing is normal for Dementia/Alzheimer’s and it’s also okay to need a break.” L.O
“No one is more experienced and knowledgeable in helping caregivers and care recipients than Pamela D. Wilson. Pamela is an educator and a professional caregiver. She knows what works and her advice is more than theory, it has been tested in practical application. J.H.
“You deserve to be heard across all the nation.” B.B
“Thank you, Pamela. I am so glad I found your page and links and thought at last someone who is actually saying exactly the things that I have been experiencing. What a relief to have an outlet and also directions on how to ease this sometimes seemingly never-ending stress. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.” D.M.
“Pamela’s passion for helping others stems from her experience with loved ones. The world is a better place because of her!” A.A.
Welcome to The Caring Generation®
Caregiving can be a blessing or an exhausting experience. If you identify with any of the statements below, feeling that there are days when you’re “tired of being a caregiver” or a care receiver you’re in exactly the right place to find caregiver resources, support, and guidance.
“I feel guilty and angry. There are times when I don’t know what to do. I find it difficult to say no. Family members refuse to help. I am trapped caregiving for a parent for whom I have no emotional connection. I feel judged. No one understands. Being a caregiver is isolating and lonely.
My physical and emotional health is near breakdown. I have lost friends. I love my husband (or wife) but this is not the retirement I expected; I can’t be a caregiver anymore. I am burned out and going through the daily routine; I know I am making mistakes that could harm my loved one.
The healthcare system is broken; for many, it’s just a job and no one cares. Neglect and ignorance resulted in the death of a loved one and I’m afraid what will happen to me. I was too naïve and trusting. I’m a power of attorney and don’t know what I’m supposed to do.
Most of us don’t know where to turn for help. What do you mean Medicare doesn’t pay? My parents are stubborn and won’t listen. I don’t even know what questions to ask.”
Read Articles in Pamela’s Caregiver Library
Articles in Pamela’s caregiver library comprise 30 categories of information requested by family caregivers. All articles in The Caring Generation Library and the Caring for Aging Parents blog are written by Pamela and incorporate her experiences supporting older adults and their caregivers.
Pamela’s Caregiver Program
Learn everything you need to know about managing the unexpected situations that arise when aging parents need help and more and more of your time.
Pamela’s online caregiver program, Stay at Home, offers proven steps, checklists, downloads, and more in an easy-to-watch webinar format.
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Pamela’s Caring for Aging Parents Blog
Pamela’s Caring for Aging Parents Blog is one of the top caregiving blogs offering caregiver programs and resources.
Click below to read Pamela’s latest blogs
FREE On-Demand Webinar: Human Resource Challenges for Elder Care
The number of working caregivers of all ages continues to increase. Twenty-year-old caregivers are caring for baby-boomer parents, while working caregivers near retirement may be caring for elderly parents in their 70s or 80s or a spouse.
Watch Pamela’s FREE on-demand webinar called “Human Resource Challenges Elder Care here to learn the issues faced by working caregivers.
The Caregiving Trap: Solutions for Life’s Unexpected Changes®
Pamela’s book supports conversations of care that emphasize choice, planning, and creating balance in family caregiving relationships. She shares expertise from 20+ years working in caregiving and aging. Topics of caregiver burnout, financial planning, legal planning, family relationships, and caring for the caregiver are featured.
Videos That Answer Questions From Family Caregivers
Click on the play button in the photo above to watch this video discussing why family caregivers must also be advocates for loved ones.
Hundreds of videos responding to questions from family caregivers are on Pamela’s YouTube Channel.