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Peter W. Rosenberger

65 million Americans already serve as a volunteer caregiver for an elderly, chronically ill, or disabled loved one. As baby boomers step into senior status, an increasing number of men and women are finding themselves facing difficult challenges in caring for a vulnerable family member.

What does helping a caregiver look like?

Taking meals to a family in need is great, but eventually – someone has to learn to cook.

Financial gifts are helpful, but eventually someone has to make a living and learn to manage money.

Peter W. Rosenberger

Through his radio show, speaking appearances and his newest book, Wear Comfortable Shoes – Surviving and Thriving as a Caregiver, Peter W. Rosenberger offers leadership, the voice of experience, and easy steps that enable caregivers to adjust their burdens – while improving their abilities attend to the needs of someone they love.

Recognizing and addressing the critical issue of medical insurance for today’s chronically ill, Wear Comfortable Shoes also speaks directly to the heart of a caregiver by offering assurance and the calming voice of “one who has been there, still there, and thriving in it.”



We’re glad you want to know more about Standing With Hope — either through our prosthetic limb outreach or our new caregiver outreach.
Mission: Mobility and Ministry
Emerging from a catastrophic car accident resulting in more than seventy operations, including the amputation of both legs, Gracie Rosenberger saw the need for quality prosthetic limbs for her fellow amputees in developing countries, so she and her husband, Peter, along with their sons, Parker and Grayson, founded the artificial limb outreach, Standing With Hope, Inc.—which equips and trains local workers to build high quality prosthetic limbs for their own people… all as an evangelical outreach.
Through Standing With Hope, Gracie and Peter, go beyond the physical needs of the hurting; seeking out wounded hearts and bodies alike in order to reflect the love of Christ to broken lives.
Support Standing With Hope. We’re not asking for an arm and a leg …just a leg.
For less than $30 a month, you can provide a leg per year to an amputee.
Now, Standing With Hope has launched a new outreach to caregivers. This outreach draws upon Peter Rosenberger’s nearly three decades of experience as Gracie’s caregiver.

From his hilarious video with Jeff Foxworthy to his radio show, speaking, and lengthy list of articles and now two books, Peter has emerged as a leading caregiver authority that speaks with wisdom and compassion to the millions of Americans caring for vulnerable loved ones.
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