Peter Rosenberger

An exceptional voice of experience—for an unprecedented need.

A thirty-year caregiver for his wife, Gracie, who lives with severe disabilities, Peter Rosenberger understands the caregiver’s journey.  His weekly show, HOPE FOR THE CAREGIVER, is syndicated on more than 200 stations.


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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 cripping issues for caregivers, and through his show, Peter is bringing community to caregivers who feel cut off and struggle with lonliness.

Broadcast each week LIVE from the studios of 1510 WLAC on world-famous Music Row in Nashville, TN, you can also listen online or with the IHEART APP (Free) on your phone/tablet. 

I am engerized each Sunday afternoon listening to your show hearing other caregiver’s stories. Those stories, your suggestions, and your radio show help me stay positive in some of the tough timesGeno

From Michigan

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.Marianne

From Tennessee


Listen Live EACH SUNDAY AT 3 PM CST on IHEART Radio 

and call in 800- 688-WLAC (9522) or locally in Nashville (615) 737-WLAC (9522)

Some of the topics callers struggle with and discuss on the show:

    • Faith/Christianity
    • Isolation
    • Fear
    • Guilt
    • Obligation
    • Resentment
    • Dealing with Doctors
    • Health Insurance
    • How to pick the right home caregiver company
    • Who do you call for adaptive equipment for the home?
    • How do you help a caregiver?
    • What do you say to someone who feels isolated from his/her church and faith?
    • What do you pray for as a caregiver?

About Peter

Targeting the vast population of America’s 65 million volunteer caregivers of vulnerable loved ones, Peter compiles his lifetime of experience to offer a life line to fellow caregivers.

With an unparalleled journey as his wife’s sole caregiver for nearly thirty years through a medical nightmare that has mushroomed to 80 operations, the amputation of both legs, and $9 million in medical bills, Peter brings an astonishing understanding of health care issues, a deep compassion for the heartache of caregiving, and an outrageous humor to bring the fresh air of laughter into the painful places faced by America’s exponentially growing number of caregivers.

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 caregiving  population.



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