Judy Speicher, Caring.com author


Judy Speicher has worked for years as a radio reporter, anchor, producer, editor, and writer, in New York City. Highlights of her broadcast career include coverage of the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks, the Miracle on the Hudson, and a few Yankees ticker tape parades.

Speicher worked as a press secretary for the Clinton/Gore campaign in ’92, and for Jackson County Prosecutor/now U-S Senator Claire McCaskill.

Her interest in seniors and their care developed after spending many years at the Jewish Home for the Elderly in Fairfield, CT, where her grandparents were residents. Her mother has spent years volunteering at the home, and was honored last year for her service.


Recently Published on Caring.com

5 Signs of Elder Abuse — May 07, 2013
Have you ever worried whether an elderly person is really all right? Sometimes it's a loved one we're worried about -- we're concerned about whether she's being treated ...
Elder Abuse Prevention — Feb 25, 2013
Many people don't know what constitutes elder abuse, or where they should report suspected abuse cases, says Ken Onaitis, director of elder abuse and police relations at Ne...