Peter Rosenberger

An exceptional voice of experience

— for an unprecedented need.

A 30+ year caregiver for his wife, Gracie, who lives with severe disabilities, Peter Rosenberger understands the caregiver’s journey, and is on a mission to strengthen the family caregiver.  With his show broadcast on Sirius XM’s Family Talk Channel (131) and an additional 180 stations on American Family Radio, Peter hosts the nation’s #1 show for family caregivers.   Through his books, music, radio show and podcast, Peter demonstrates an unswerving commitment to those who put themselves between a vulnerable loved one and even worse disaster.

“How can you laugh through what you all live through!?”

Peter Rosenberger often hears that question when people learn of his 33 year journey as a caregiver for his wife, Gracie, who lives with severe disabilities. (80+ operations including the amputation of both legs).

Yet, both Peter and Gracie draw hope from their deep faith which strengthens their hearts and their sense of humor.

Peter’s weekly radio show, Hope for the Caregiver, is heard on more than 185 stations.  Through his show, along with his books and speaking events, Peter address the challenges of life, business, and relationships with candor, compassion, and comedy.   

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Caregivers: By the Numbers!

How many Americans are family caregivers?

Expanding the Definition:

Caring for a loved one with a mental illness or a loved one who is an addict/alcoholic (a chronic disease).

  •  46+ million US adults experience mental illness in a given year. NAMI.org
  • 20+ million Americans struggle with substance addictions. USA Today 11/2016
  • 13+ million adults abuse alcohol or have an alcoholism problem. (projectknow.com)

THEY ALL HAVE A CAREGIVER IN THEIR ORBIT!

The Radio Show and Podcast

Sirius XM show LIVE

Sunday Evenings at 6 PM Eastern

PODCAST

In the Media

Endorsements

Peter Rosenberger is absolutely amazing. A true leader by example. Read what he has to say and you will understand why he is the most qualified person to teach you how to thrive as a caregiver

David Asarnow

CEO: Business Nitrogen

In a world hung up on trying to make sense out of hard times, Peter drives the point home that “we don’t have to understand—God understands, and that’s enough.” This is THE book for caregivers, written by one with scars and immense credibility.

Jeff Foxworthy

Entertainer/TV HOST

With tenacity, tenderness and humor Peter Rosenberger brings hope to those who find themselves in the overwhelming and sometimes lonely role of caregiver.

Amy Grant

Singer/Author

Gracie, with undaunted courage, lives everyday where only our deepest fears takes us—and that is, a world of unrelenting pain.  To spend time with her, though, is to feel a lot of that courage infuse into your own heart.  You can’t help but sense the divine strength which is her daily comfort and consolation.

Joni Eareckson-Tada

Author/Speaker/Founder: Joni and Friends

None of us ever plan to be in a position like Peter, but it happens. When I was helping to care for a stroke-ridden father for many years, I wish I had had this book to lean upon!

Joe Bonsall

The Oak Ridge Boys

Peter is a trusted voice in the caregiving world offering powerful tips and strategies with a lot of empathy and humor. He is an informed, engaging host whose distinct perspective, formed over decades, is valued and appreciated.

Leeza Gibbons

NYT Best-Selling Author/ Talk Show Host

Hope for the Caregiver Blog

You Can’t Play A Piano With Clenched Fists

Caregivers and Resentment Resentment seems to be a regular companion for caregivers.  Often stemming from a deep-seated belief of obligation, caregivers drive themselves mercilessly with such internal commands such as, “I have to, I must, I’m supposed to, and I...

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Videos

Igniting a Nation Interviews On the last Monday of each month, Peter sits down with Rabbi Eric Walker of Igniting a Nation to unpack issues affecting today's family caregiver.  Periodically, they both veer off into other areas in these informative and inspiring...

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Her 42-year-old Husband had a Stroke.

"Many mistakenly think a stroke happens to the elderly." Sandi Floria quickly moved  to intense concern when her 42-year-old husband repeatedly dropped the baby food while feeding their child. The puzzled look on his face signaled more than just clumsy hands, and...

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Finding Humor in Dark Places

In an interview with AARP some years back, they mentioned so many people serving as caregivers don’t necessarily see themselves or identify as a caregiver. They asked, “How do people know if they are indeed a caregiver?” The question struck me as hilariously funny,...

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A Goal To Cure, A Passion To Care

Reflecting on the 35th Anniversary of Identifying HIV Following three terrifying years since first learning about a then-nameless but virtually always fatal illness, the world held its collective breath as HHS Secretary Margaret Heckler stood at the podium for a press...

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Healthy Caregivers Make Better Caregivers
I suppose you can call me the “Crash-Test Dummy” of caregivers! – Peter Rosenberger

The goal is not to Feel Better about our journey as caregivers..It’s to BE better!”

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