Author Pamela D. Wilson is Today’s Honoree for Friday November 20th, 2015

PamelaDWilsonCaregiving Educator, Pamela D. Wilson CSA, MS, BS/BA, CG, who is also author of the new book, The Caregiving Trap can provides audiences with help and advice for avoiding a toxic family dynamic this holiday season, as a result of a few story issues:

  • heading home to find a parent who is slowing down and unable to maintain their lifestyle
  • a caregiver who has too much on their plate and needs help finding an emotional balance
  • the fear of showing up and asking for help
  • tipping the scales of power and marginalization
  • sibling care rivalry

As a long-time caregiving advocate, care navigator, and caregiving educator, Wilson has personally helped thousands of family and professional caregivers. Her new book, The Caregiving Trap arms caregivers with the knowledge to advocate on behalf of their loved one and provides advice on how the caregiver can maintain a healthy lifestyle, too. There are many articles and resources on her website ( that provides unique tips; including the advice in the byline below.

About Pamela D. Wilson:

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Pamela D. Wilson, MS, BS/BA, CG, CSA, Certified Senior Advisor specializes in working with family and professional caregivers to navigate healthcare and aging concerns. Wilson, an expert in the field of caregiving, has personally helped thousands of family and professional caregivers since 2000 in her career as an advocate, a care navigator, and an educator.

Through her company, The Care Navigator, she is an advocate and service provider in the roles of guardian, power of attorney, care manager, and transition specialist. She was producer and host of The Caring Generation®, from 2009 to 2011, an educational radio program for caregivers on 630 KHOW-AM.

CaregivingTrapIn addition to her work at the Care Navigator, Pamela gives back to the community by serving as chairperson of the Community Ethics Committee in Denver, Colorado.

Her new book, The Caregiving Trap: Solutions for Life’s Unexpected Changes, is available through all major bookstores as well as on  You can find her on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Linked In.

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