Teacher/Speaker: Peter Rosenberger
Topic: Caregivers in the Workplace
Nearly half of the 65 million Americans serving as volunteer caregivers for aging, disabled, or chronically ill loved ones are in the workforce. For employers and colleagues, this can result in staffing headaches, productivity issues, and a host of other workplace challenges. Author and host of a weekly radio show for caregivers, Peter Rosenberger, draws upon three decades of caregiving experience to offer practical tips for businesses to operate with compassion and flexibility and Biblically based principles—while also maintaining the responsibilities of the company.
Targeting the vast population of America's 65 million volunteer caregivers of vulnerable loved ones, Peter compiles his lifetime of experience to offer a lifeline to his fellow caregivers.
With an unparalleled journey as his wife's sole caregiver for three decades through a medical nightmare that has mushroomed to 78 operations, the amputation of both legs, and $9 million in medical bills, Peter brings an astonishing understanding of health care issues - while communicating a deep compassion for the heartache of caregiving that causes vent the strongest to falter.
" ... One Joke Away From Being a Night Club Act," Peter's outrageous humor brings the fresh air of laughter into the painful places faced by America's exponentially growing number of caregivers. From his hilarious video with longtime friend, Jeff Foxworthy (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJUyfrsJDCY), to his most recent book, Hope for the Caregiver, Peter is equipping fellow caregivers with tools and a vocabulary to ask for and receive help as they care for their loved ones.
A light breakfast will be served. Join us as early as 6:45 and network with other Christian Executives.
All Friday morning sessions are open to all - no fee is charged, offerings are accepted.