All Carewell Caregiver Awards

Caregiver of the Year: Family Advocate & Nurturer Beatrice A.

Caregiver of the Year: Family Advocate & Nurturer Beatrice A.

Posted by Sophie Bebeau on Fri Feb 17 2023

Beatrice A. is the 2023 Caregiver of the Year due to her dedication to her family and constant positive outlook despite challenges. Read More


Anica, her mother, and her daughter.

Caregiver Spotlight April 2024: Anica L.

Posted by Carewell Team on Fri Apr 12 2024

Meet Anica L, our Caregiver Spotlight winner for April. Anica is a solo mother by choice, raising her young daughter while also acting as the primary caregiver for her mother Barbara who has Alzheimer’s and Dementia. On top of that, Anica also works full-time as a family therapist. Between work, parenting, and caregiving, there’s rarely room for much else in her life. Yet Anica considers caregiving an empowering, and deeply meaningful experience that’s created a new and unexpected connection with her mother. But that’s not to say that there haven’t been incredible hardships along the way. Read More


Carewell Community Builder Award: Jess Ronne (Jess Pluss the Mess), Founder of The Lucas Project

Carewell Community Builder Award: Jess Ronne (Jess Plus the Mess), Founder of The Lucas Project

Posted by Chad Birt on Fri Feb 16 2024

Jess Ronne’s son, Lucas, suffered a stroke in utero and underwent brain surgery three days after birth. Despite multiple diagnoses and profound special needs, Lucas has thrived. He also serves as the inspiration for The Lucas Project, a nonprofit organization that Ronne founded alongside her husband, Ryan.Read More


Parent Caregiver Hero Award: A Loving and Dedicated Mother, Stephanie Stanley

Parent Caregiver Hero Award: A Loving and Dedicated Mother, Stephanie Stanley

Posted by Chad Birt on Fri Feb 16 2024

Peyton was born with jaundice and began having seizures at about two months old. Doctors originally told Stephanie and her husband there was nothing to worry about; Peyton’s MRIs looked perfect. But after seeing another neurologist, the family learned that Peyton was having infantile spasms, a catastrophic form of childhood epilepsy that causes irreversible damage to the developing brain.Read More