Family caregiving is the nation's most common job with 45 million people nationwide acting as a caregiver to their loved one. Caregiving is a job that will touch every family in some way.
Join AARP Nebraska on December 2 from 2-3 p.m. CT as we welcome special guest Richard Lui to share stories and the emotions of caregivers.
As a caregiver himself, Lui will discuss how individuals can prepare themselves for caregiving, gender stereotypes, technology, family conflict, planning, and more.
Register now for Caregiving: The Care in Health Care webcast.
Lui has worked more than 30 years in media, technology, and business. A veteran, award-winning journalist, he has served a decade as news anchor at MSNBC and NBC News, and CNN Worldwide.
Before journalism, Richard spent 15 years in business, launching six brands over three tech cycles, patenting a fintech model in 2003. Lui is also currently producing and directing a caregiving documentary and the author of a 2021 HarperCollins release.
He is a caregiver for his father and Celebrity Champion for the Alzheimer's Association, ambassador for BrightFocus, and Caregiving Champion for AARP.
Lui holds an MBA from Michigan Ross School of Business and is a graduate from UC Berkeley.
This story is provided by AARP Nebraska. Visit the AARP Nebraska page for more news, events, and programs affecting retirement, health care, and more.
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