Thursday, May 29th, 10:00-10:45 am Pacific Time
(1:00 pm Eastern, 12 noon Central, 11:00 am Mountain)
Accessible by the Web, your phone or Skype
65 million people in the U.S. alone are caregivers for loved ones or friends. It’s easy to lose your way as you negotiate the tricky terrain of dealing with the nurses and doctors, the ER, the home health care issues and sibling rivalry, let alone your own feelings about the changes in your life.
Enter Jane Heller. With more than twenty years’ experience as a caregiver of her husband, Michael (and being a popular author of 13 romantic comedies), Jane wrote a survival guide for caregivers, You’d Better Not Die Or I’ll Kill You (what she says to Michael before he goes into surgery).
In this webinar, Jane will share with us some of her most important tips and strategies for how you can be the best patient advocate for your loved one and still take care of your health and your sanity. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to ask Jane your questions before and during the event. We’ll take as many as we can during the call.
Here’s a great taste of Jane from her book trailer for You’d Better Not Die Or I’ll Kill You:
We’re excited about this online event. We want to give you access to the incredible people we’ve interviewed at The Women’s Eye who have expertise, tools and information that will help you take advantage of great opportunities that come to you and successfully meet the challenges you face.
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How Does This TelEvent Work?
It’s easy. You can access it LIVE on your computer from the comfort of your own home or from your phone or Skype.
If you’re at your computer, you’ll just click on the web address we’ll send you. If you want to join us by phone or Skype, there will be a telephone number you can dial.
Please note: our space is limited by our event hosting company, so please register now to participate.
Still Have Questions?
Here are more helpful FAQs:
Q: What is a TelEvent:
A: It’s like an online seminar. Once you register, we will send you a link you can click on your computer or smartphone where you will be able to listen to Jane and Stacey, watch a streaming video of Jane’s slides, and enter your questions for Jane. We’ll give you simple instructions during the call. There will also be a telephone number you can dial if you want to join us by phone.
Q: It’s Free. What’s the catch?
A: NO CATCH! This first TelEvent is sponsored by The Women’s Eye. We wanted to share it with you, get our feet wet, and we’d love your feedback to help us improve as we will be doing more of these in the future.
Yes, there will be a fee for future events, as the The Women’s Eye Online Magazine, Radio Show and TelEvents require significant time, people and expertise to maintain them and grow. To learn more about our future events, get our latest updates here.
Q: What is the date and time?
A: The LIVE TelEvent will take place on Thursday, May 29th, from 10:00-10:45 am Pacific Time (1:00 pm Eastern, 12 noon Central, 11:00 am Mountain). Make sure to add this to your calendar!
Q: How can I access the LIVE seminar?
A: Once you register, we will send you a link and password to the TelEvent. At the time of the seminar (or even 10 minutes beforehand, is even better), click on the link and add your passcode. Then you’re in!
Q: I can’t make the LIVE webinar. Will there be a recording?
A: Yes, you will be sent a link by email to the replay after the TelEvent.
Q: How do I ask a question for Jane to answer during the call?
A: You’ll see on the page a box where you can type in the question. We will give you instructions during the seminar. We’ll do our best to answer as many questions as possible during the LIVE seminar.
Q: Can I submit my question for Jane before the call?
A: Sure. You can send them to us by email here.
Q: Do I need any special equipment?
A: No. Nothing special is needed.
Q: When do I get access information after I register?
A: After you register, you’ll be sent an email with the information, and a reminder email before the call. Please be patient if you don’t hear from us immediately. If you don’t hear within an hour or so, you can send us an email by clicking here.