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Celebrating National Grandparents Day

From the Show: Health Radio
Summary: What are the ways you can ensure your grandparents, and grandparents everywhere, receive quality and life-saving care?
Air Date: 9/11/15
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Fernando Gutierrez, Certified Healthcare Mediator
FernandoMr. Fernando Gutierrez is a Florida Registered Professional Guardian since 2009.

Mr. Gutierrez has specialized training in clinical healthcare ethics and consultations, where he has obtained certification and certificates of accomplishment. He has graduated from numerous intensive healthcare educational courses and programs at several prominent institutions including, the National Catholic Bioethics Center in Philadelphia, University of Washington School of Medicine, University of Virginia Medical School and Washington D.C. Hospital Center.

Mr. Gutierrez recently completed Bioethics studies at Union Graduate College, receiving another certificate in Clinical Bioethics.
Celebrating National Grandparents Day
Grandparents can be your role models, mentors, historians, therapists, babysitters, life coaches, and so much more.

Whether they are your grandparents, or your children's grandparents, they are influential and colorful threads to the fabric of your families.

But, sometimes it can be very difficult to juggle the responsibilities of life while ensuring the grandparents in your life receive the care they deserve.

In honor of National Grandparents Day, happening Sunday, September 13, Certified Healthcare Mediator Fernando Gutierrez, provides valuable tips for families to ensure grandparents everywhere receive quality and potentially life-saving care.
  1. Take care of yourself
  2. Learn as much as you can
  3. Create a team of elderly care specialists
  4. Know your local non-profit resources
  5. Trust your instincts
  6. Hire the right people

A Florida Registered Professional Guardian, Gutierrez shares six ways you can ensure your grandparents receive quality and potentially life-saving care.

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