Hope For The Caregiver:
The Nation’s #1 Radio Show for Family Caregivers.
A recent caller struggles with his alcoholic father who fell …and now needs a caregiver.
The mission of American Family Radio (AFR) is to give voice to the American Family Association and to inform, equip, and activate individuals to strengthen the moral foundations of American culture, and give aid to the church here and abroad in its task of fulfilling the Great Commission.
Preaching good tidings unto the meek; Binding up the brokenhearted, Proclaiming liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to them that are bound; Isaiah 61:1
Stephens Valley Church
7000 Executive Center Drive
Building Two, Suite 125
Brentwood, TN 37027
The Nation’s # 1 Radio Show for Family Caregivers
An exceptional voice of experience—for an unprecedented need.
For more than thirty years, Peter Rosenberger has personally traveled the path of the family caregiver. Through this journey, Peter’s discovered a caregiver cannot only survive, but thrive in oftentimes grim circumstances.
In an unparalleled journey with his wife Gracie, Peter has navigated a medical nightmare that has mushroomed to 80 major operations—including the amputation of both of Gracie’s legs below the knee. These difficult experiences led Peter to work with more than 80 treating physicians in 12 hospitals, and 7 medical insurance companies, and medical bills soaring to more than $10 million. All these circumstances resulted in Peter developing a firm grasp of the healthcare issues faced by families with disabilities.
Peter Rosenberger combines his exceptional experience, outrageous humor and his deep compassion for his fellow caregivers to a bring a radio show like none other. Isolation is one of the most crippling issues for caregivers, and through his show, Peter is bringing community to caregivers who feel cut off, and struggle with loneliness.
Each week on the show, you will hear anything and everything that helps strengthen caregivers including such topics as:
- Disease related issues such as, Alzheimer’s, Austism, CP, Parkinsons, and other impairments that present as serious and difficult challenges for caregivers.
- Home modification tips
- Pastoral/Faith related issues
- Emotional turbulent issues.
- Family Dynamics
- Medical Interviews
- Celebrities sharing their journeys
- Live callers
- Workplace dynamics
- Legislative/Government related topics
Listening to your show is my “escape” time to build myself up each week. I often drive in the country while I listen to the entire show- just to have some “me” time to better equip myself to deal with the heavy responsibilities I carry as a caregiver.
I know God loves Peter Rosenberger, and knowing him the way I do, that gives me hope for the rest of us!
Producing the show is John Butler (AKA “The Count of Mighty Disco!), and he helps provide great music and a lot of laughs as Peter brings practical help, tools, and encouragement to caregivers.