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Don't Just Survive — Learn How to


Hi, my name is Dave, I'm a Caregiver to my wife, Charlene, since 1996.

She can no longer speak, and her right side is paralyzed from a stroke.

Caregiving is SOOO HARD!

You're probably frustrated, like I was.

You probably felt like giving up, like I ALMOST did.

But then I got support, and met people just like me.

A community of caregivers who care about ME...and YOU!

So I spent a lot of money building a community for you right here on this website.

Our new membership website will help brand new caregivers,

and veteran caregivers who have been caregiving for years.

Many of you will go broke.

30% of you will die BEFORE your loved one does!

I don't want you to die! Your loved one doesn't want you to die!

We don't wan't you to go broke either!

Learn the 3 biggest mistakes caregivers make.


Get Practical Tools & Resources Here to Live an Inspired Life as a Caregiver!

Help me to help you learn how to THRIVE! 


Our 24/7 online support groups are a safe place for you to vent and get support from other caregivers who understand.


Join us for our weekly Q&A calls where you get your questions answered live in real time. Join the conversation and get advice from experts and other caregivers.


Get practical help with everyday life matters. From enlisting the help of family to obtaining affordable backup care, and creating simple schedules, our resources will help you live your best life!

There is such a thing as a thriving caregiver. With a little perspective, planning, and practical help, you, too, can become a thriving caregiver!





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Read Dave's Caregiver Story

"I was burned-out and
ready to give up..."

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