In America, it is estimated that more than 1 million teens are caregivers and The Doctors meet one family that is part of this startling statistic.
More than a million children in the United States are caregivers to a family member in need. Meet 15-year-old Jonathan who cares for his mother Jennifer who suffers from multiple sclerosis.
The Doctors surprise teen caregiver Jonathan with a special message from one of his NFL heroes Jakeem Grant. Connie Siskowski of The American Association of Caregiving Youth joins The Doctors to share resources for teens in caregiving roles.
Caregiver advocate and TV host Leeza Gibbons shares advice on how to avoid caregiver burnout and depression.
Connie is taking care of her children and also her elderly mother, who is dealing with the aftereffects of kidney cancer. She is part of the "sandwich generation," someone who cares for both their kids and their own parents.
Connie is part of the “sandwich generation,” who cares for their young children and aging parents at the same time. Caregiver advocate and TV host Leeza Gibbons and Connie join The Doctors to share how to avoid caregiver burnout.
AARP family and caregiving expert Amy Goyer, author of “Juggling Life, Work, and Caregiving,” shares four tips for people caring for an elderly or disabled loved one. Click here to enter for a chance to win a copy of Amy’s book.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares healthy tips for caregivers, featured in The Doctors' latest HealthSmart column in USA Weekend magazine.
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