Regina Belle talks about caregiving, her new holiday album and more during AARP Georgia's 'In My Own Words'
Check out the newest edition of AARP Georgia's In My Own Words. It features Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter Regina Belle talking very candidly about being a caregiver. She provided personalized care for her late father, Judge Belle and her late brother, composer and musician, Bernard Belle. She also reveals what it was like being cared for when she went through her own health scare a few years back.
Belle, who is an ordained minister and pastor, offers some sound advice to those who are caregivers this holiday season and the important reminder for "self-care." She also talks about her new holiday album, My Colorful Christmas and making movies.
In My Own Words is a 30-minute conversation between AARP Georgia State Director Debra Tyler Horton and individuals who are disrupting the aging process and living their best lives.
The show is presented by AARP Georgia, Jazz 91.9 WCLK and CAU TV-23.