Knoxville, TN, July 18, 2009 --(PR.com)-- "There has never been a more rewarding experience than caring for family members. However, today, 75% of family caregivers of seniors also have children at home. Many of these family caregivers either work full- or part-time," explains Batcheller. "With the instability of our economy and the increasing population of our elderly, we are seeing more families trying to cope with family caregiving issues. So in order to better educate the communities in which we serve, Stay at Home began a series entitled, The Challenges of Caring for a Family Member: Identifying and Coping with Caregiver Stress."
The caregiver series will be highlighted on the popular Coping with Caregiving Internet radio show on Saturday, July 18 at 3:30 p.m. Pacific Time or 6:30 p.m. EST, Segment 3. The host, Jacqueline Marcell, is an international speaker and the author of the bestseller, Elder Rage. To listen in, simply click on the yellow "Listen Live" button at the top left of the website at 3:00 pm to hear all four guests: http://www.wsRadio.com/CopingWithCaregiving.
The interview will be archived by Monday evening July 20 and can be heard by clicking on the above link. Listen to the online archive anytime via Windows Media Player or Real Player (free downloads at http://www.wsRadio.com/how-to-listen.cfm).
Lisa Batcheller began her career in the hospital industry where she realized her passion for preserving the dignity and independence of the elderly. Together, along with her husband whose experience includes leading high profile multi-billion dollar public and private corporations, they started a franchise opportunity focused on providing "Compassionate and Dependable Care" to the elderly and the ill who wish to Stay at Home.
Stay at Home is a network of highly skilled franchise owners dedicated to providing compassionate, dependable, and affordable in-home care to the elderly and those recovering from illness or injury. With more than 25 years of experience in the companion care field and operating in four states, Stay-at-Home is rapidly expanding and looking for "compassionate entrepreneurs." For more information, please contact Lisa Batcheller, VP of Marketing.