Gina Roberts-Grey, Caring.com Health Writer


Gina Roberts-Grey is an award-winning writer whose health features have appeared in numerous publications including Glamour, Woman's Day, Family Circle, ESSENCE and websites such as Lifescript, MSN and NextAvenue.

For more than 15 years, Gina Roberts-Grey has pored over studies and interviewed leading experts to write articles spanning a broad spectrum of health and family finance topics. Following her grandfather's debilitating stroke, she also spent several years providing care of him and later her grandmother after open-heart surgery while she and her husband raised their then young son. Gina can be reached via her website, GinaRoberts-Grey.com.


Recently Published on Caring.com

5 Seniors Who Proved That Age is Just a Number in 2017 — Dec 29, 2017
You’ve never too old to try something new or continue pursuing a passion you’ve had for decades. And in 2017, there were a number of highly impressive seniors—many of whom ...
7 Things You Should Never Say to Your Aging Parents — Dec 15, 2017
Aging can bring happiness, but it's also rife with tough-to-swallow changes. For many, an aging body and mind means dwindling independence and can feel like a loss of contr...
When an Aging Parent Moves in: 10 Ways to Cope — Jul 22, 2017
The decision to move your aging parent in to live with you is one made with great care and planning. Some of the preparations you’ll need to make will have to do with mod...
5 Tips for July 4th Fun with Elderly Loved Ones — Jun 30, 2017
Patriotic celebrations are a great way for family and friends to relax, bond and build lasting memories together. With a little planning and preparation, caregivers an...
10 Medication Management Tips for Seniors — Jun 08, 2017
Whether you’re caring for an aging loved one or just focused on maintaining your own health, staying on top of medications can be tough, especially if you're juggling mul...
What You Should Know About 24-Hour Home Care — May 16, 2017
As an aging loved one’s health declines, the level of care needed to keep him or her safe and healthy may grow beyond the abilities of loving family and well-intended ...
Caregiver Burnout: What it Means, and How to Cope — Apr 25, 2017
Caregiving can bring many positives into your life -- but it can also take a toll, both physically and emotionally. Without finding a balance between caring for your love...
7 Reasons to Be Hopeful About the Future of Parkinson's Disease — Apr 14, 2017
More than 10 million people worldwide --including an estimated million in the U.S. -- are living with Parkinson's disease, the chronic movement disorder that currently ha...
Parkinson's Home Care: Know Your Options — Mar 24, 2017
Your loved one has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, and now you're grappling with a new set of challenges and concerns you may find yourself ill-prepared to handl...
5 Signs it's Time to Downsize Your Home — Mar 15, 2017
Over the years, you’ve probably felt like your home’s footprint just wasn’t big enough. Whether the closets were too small or the number of cabinets too few, you may h...