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Caught Between Generations

Caught Between Generations

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December 14th 2017:A Gift from the Heart: The Gentle Art of Caring for a Loved One

Being a caregiver to a loved one is a difficult task. Whether you become a full-time caregiver gradually or suddenly find yourself in that role, chances are that at some point you feel overwhelmed, under-prepared, and unequipped to handle situations that can and do arise. Many emotions surface when you are caring for a loved one day in and day out. While some of these emotions will almost certainly be negative, there are many positive feelings and tender moments that come out of being there and providing care for a loved one. Join Dr. Merle on Caught Between Generations as she celebrates t

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Lewistine Holloway-Moore

Lewistine Holloway-Moore – An educator with Canton City Schools for 37 years, Lewistine enjoys her community involvement with Deliverance Christian Church, and the College Club. She is on the Board of Directors for the CSE Federal Credit Union, and is a member of the Community Advisory Council. Lewistine was caregiver of her mother for 18 years.
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Jim Anderson

Jim Anderson began his career as a communications officer with the highway patrol, eventually becoming an insurance adjuster, and then an independent insurance agent. He and his wife of 51 years, Pat, had three daughters, one of whom is developmentally disabled. Jim became caregiver Pat while she was battling Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease, and will discuss with Dr. Merle the special issues and challenges of being a man caring for an adult female family member.
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Latrice Virola

Latrice Virola is the Director of Training at the Stark Area Regional Transit Authority. She also sits on the Board of Directors for the Stark County Urban League and is a member of the Alumni Committee for Leadership Stark County. She is the mother of three, two boys, ages 8 and 10, and a 3-year-old girl. Latrice’s oldest son is on the autism spectrum, having been diagnosed when he was 2 ½, and she will discuss with Dr. Merle her personal experiences and challenges.
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