Daughterhood Conversations – Caregiving Stereotypes and Race

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Thursday, June 17th – Caregiving Stereotypes & Race

Every month on Zoom throughout 2021, we’re hosting live “Daughterhood Conversations.” Each conversation will be in the form of panel discussions and will be open, not just to Daughterhood but to the larger caregiving community. 

We invite you to join us virtually on Thursday, 17th 2-3 PM ET for Our 3rd Conversation, “Caregiving Stereotypes and Race” Anne Tumlinson, founder of Daughterhood will be joined by Panelists Jerri Brown and Regina Smith.

All current, former, future, and potential caregivers are welcome! Advance registration is required, and the Zoom meeting information will be sent by email upon registration.

Anne Tumlinson, founder of Daughterhood, has spent the last two decades working on improving how America cares for its frailest, most vulnerable older adults. She lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband two children and canine consultant, Sofie.

Founded in early 2015, Daughterhood’s mission is to support and build confidence in women who are managing their parents’ care. The daughterhood blog, website and social media links connect care managers to resources and a wholly unique perspective on our health and elder care systems. Through her writing and curation of resources, daughterhood’s founder, Anne Tumlinson, coaches women and men to insist on excellent care and a meaningful experience for their parents.


Anne Tumlinson – Daughterhood


Jerri Brown – RightStart Admin Counseling
Regina Smith – Independent Adult Day Centers