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AARP Caregiving Expert: Lee Woodruff

Lee Woodruff

Lee Woodruff is an author, public speaker and journalist.

A former contributing reporter for CBS This Morning and Good Morning America, she's the best-selling author of three books as well as numerous articles and essays. She now runs a communications and media training business, working with clients around the globe.

After a roadside bomb in Iraq injured her husband, ABC News journalist Bob Woodruff, the couple founded the Bob Woodruff Foundation. The foundation has invested about $70 million in innovative programs to meet the needs of injured veterans, their families and caregivers nationwide.

In addition to the Washington Irving Award for fiction for her novel Those We Love Most, Woodruff has earned numerous national awards and recognition for her work and advocacy on behalf of veterans and caregivers.

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Lee's Latest Columns

  

Three generations of Hispanic women smiling outside of a house decorated with string lights

Finding Joy While Caregiving During the Holidays

Practice self-care during this often-challenging time of year

  

A veteran talks with an active member of the military on a couch about caregiving

Shining a Light on Hidden Military Caregivers

Ways to support and honor military veterans and their families

  

A group of men and women clapping their hands in a meeting room

Creating a 'Dementia Capable' Community

One city's blueprint for improving the lives of caregivers and the ones they love

  

A couple holding hands on a beach

Caregiving’s Impact on Intimacy

3 ways to maintain an emotional and physical connection

  

A high angle view of a person pushing a woman sitting in a wheelchair

The Many Faces of Caregiving

Family caregivers share their hard-fought battles

  

Lee Woodruff and her mother

A Summer Vacation Caregiver

Learning how to care for my aging mother, while still nurturing myself