Live chat with expert: Anne Tumlinson

Join expert Anne Tumlinson and your host Lakelyn Hogan as we talk about how to prepare for the long haul in caring for a loved one with dementia. Alzheimer’s disease and related forms of dementia can affect someone for many years, and you may encounter a number of logistical, social, and emotional challenges along the way. No matter how far along you are on this caregiving journey, we hope you’ll join us.

  • How to find the right kinds of support in your community
  • Ways to cope with the role reversal from daughter/son/husband/wife to caregiver
  • Tips for long-term care planning
  • Guidance navigating the geriatric care system

About the expert

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Anne Tumlinson
Anne Tumlinson is founder and CEO of Daughterhood, an organization that solves problems for caregivers, connecting them to high-quality information and community to reduce isolation and empower decision-making. She also leads a consulting and research firm that advises leaders on preparing care-delivery systems for a growing population of frail older adults. A longtime health industry and social policy professional, Tumlinson has testified before Congress and appeared before the Long-Term Care Commission and the Bipartisan Policy Center. She researches, writes, and speaks about innovation in aging services product and content design and has been published in Health Affairs, Huffington Post, McKnight’s, and on MariaShriver.com.

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