• May is Older Americans Month

    Every year the President authorizes Older Americans Month in May, part of the Older Americans Act (OAA) which was first passed by Congress in 1965 and signed by then President Lyndon Baines Johnson. The original law established the U.S. Administration on Aging (AoA) to administer grants and become a main clearinghouse for information and programs… [Continue Reading]

    May is Older Americans Month
  • May 30 is Memorial Day

    May 30 is Memorial Day, the day we honor those who have fallen and sacrificed their lives on the altar of American freedom.  Although this is a day to recognize those we have lost, we feel it is also a day to honor our nation’s veterans, military families and the family caregivers of veterans. Currently,… [Continue Reading]

    May 30 is Memorial Day
  • May is Healthy Vision Month

    May is Healthy Vision Month and maintaining eye health as we age includes having an annual exam.  Yet only half of those who may be at risk for vision loss as they age see an ophthalmologist for an annual exam. The Ocular Nutrition Society conducted a recent study and found 78 percent between ages 45-65… [Continue Reading]

    May is Healthy Vision Month
  • The C-A-R-E Conversation Series

      In Sherri Snelling’s top-selling book, A Cast of Caregivers – Celebrity Stories to Help You Prepare to Care, the chapter on how to have the C-A-R-E  Conversation has become one of the highlights of the book and in Sherri’s speaking engagements. Coming in late 2016, Sherri’s next book, The C-A-R-E Conversations, will be published. The reality… [Continue Reading]

    The C-A-R-E Conversation Series
  • May is National Mental Health Month

    According to the National Allliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), one in five Americans has a mental health issue and one in 25 Americans has a serious mental illness such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or major clinical depression. Because of the stigma and lack of understanding surrounding mental illness, Glenn Close, whose sister and nephew are… [Continue Reading]

    May is National Mental Health Month
  • Caregiving at the Movies – Still Alice

    A must-see on your movie list should be Still Alice – Julianne Moore’s poignant Oscar-nominated role reminds all of us that Alzheimer’s disease can strike even in your 50s.  Read the blogs about this movie that will propel the movement to END ALZ.

    Caregiving at the Movies – Still Alice
  • Celebrity Spotlight

      This May 8 we celebrate Mother’s Day and we celebrate those “famous” daughters caring for moms. According to the National Alliance for Caregiving, the average caregiver profile is of a 48-year-old daughter caring for her 74-year-old mother and in a report by Pew Research women comprise 55 percent of the Sandwich Generation caregivers –… [Continue Reading]

    Celebrity Spotlight
  • Caregiving Club Honored for Me Time Monday

    Caregiver Reviews calls Caregiving Club and its Me Time Monday videos “the MTV of Caregiving.” Read the press release here for National Sandwich Generation Month. Read the Caregiver Reviews of Caregiving Club here.

    Caregiving Club Honored for Me Time Monday
  • Men As Caregivers

    More than a “few good men” – fathers, sons, husbands, brothers, uncles now represent 45% of the 65 million caregivers.  Read Sherri’s PBS Next Avenue article about how men cope with caregiving and her blog about the famous men of caregiving.    

    Men As Caregivers
  • LifeCare Webinars for Caregiving Employees

    LifeCare teams with Caregiving Club CEO Sherri Snelling to offer monthly educational Webinars to LifeCare’s 61,000 employer clients representing 51 million employees nationwide.  Click here to read more.

    LifeCare Webinars for Caregiving Employees
  • USA Today Spotlight on Caregiving

    Each November for National Caregiver Month, Media Planet teams with caregiving organizations such as the Caregiver Action Network and experts to showcase the issues of our nation’s 65 million caregivers. This year’s cover story features Elizabeth Dole, a champion for the caregivers of veterans. The special supplement is featured in the November 27, 2015 issue… [Continue Reading]

    USA Today Spotlight on Caregiving
  • Author Events

    Sherri Snelling will be doing book signings, press interviews and other events to support her book, A Cast of Caregivers – Celebrity Stories to Help You Prepare to Care.  Click here for more information about upcoming events.

    Author Events
  • Book Buzz

    Check here for the latest interviews, book reviews and press information for Sherri’s new book, A Cast of Caregivers.

    Book Buzz
  • Sherri Snelling Recognized by SharecareNow and Dr. Oz

    SharecareNow released its Top 10 Alzheimer’s Influencers and named Caregiving Club CEO Sherri Snelling #4 on the list.  Click here to read more about the Influencers list and Sharecare, online health and wellness site created by Dr. Oz.

    Sherri Snelling Recognized by SharecareNow and Dr. Oz
  • Caregiving Book

    Sherri Snelling’s book — the “What to Expect When You’re Caregiving” how-to guide — includes interviews with celebrities and their caregiving lessons learned, as well as the A to Z guide on how to care for a loved one AND care for you at the same time. Click here to read more about A Cast of Caregivers.

    Caregiving Book
  • On the Red Carpet

    Caregiving Club CEO, Sherri Snelling, interviews celebrities about caregiving and the causes they care about at Red Carpet gala events.  In 2013, she will be conducting red carpet celebrity caregiver interviews for AARP’s YouTube channel. Below you can view the videos, read the blogs and see upcoming events.   Click here (or view the video at top… [Continue Reading]

    On the Red Carpet
  • Caregiving Club’s Booklovers Reading List

    Check out our Caregiving Club Booklovers Reading Lists — our recommended picks for family caregiving, spousal caregiving, Alzheimer’s caregiving, caregiving at end-of-life, celebrity caregiving journeys, caregiver humor, caregiving books for kids and caregiver health and wellness. Lists updated in March and November.  

    Caregiving Club’s Booklovers Reading List
  • Bylined Articles

    Sherri’s blog and bylined articles reach more than 15 million boomers every month offering important, interesting and informative writing on caregiving. Her blog syndicate includes Huff Post 50, PBS Next Avenue, Forbes.com, Alzheimer’s Association, MariaShriver.com, ThirdAge, Caring.com and more.  Read here about Sherri’s blog syndicate.

    Bylined Articles
  • Hear Sherri Speak

      Sherri is presenting at several conferences and is a featured speaker on upcoming Webinars.  Click here to see upcoming events.

    Hear Sherri Speak
  • Me Time Monday Tips

    Join the movement!  Watch the “Me Time Monday” videos and read the tip sheets that help caregivers balance self-care while caregiving — all in support of the non-profit Healthy Monday campaigns.  

    Me Time Monday Tips
  • TV Show

    Handle With Care is the only TV program highlighting real-life stories of caregivers with expert solutions on how to prepare to care.   Produced by the Caregiving Club and hosted by Sherri Snelling, all new episodes are coming soon – stay tuned for details and watch the pilot show commercial free below.

    TV Show