Awards for the Share The Care ™ Book

“One of the Best Consumer Health Books of 2004” as listed in The Library Journal


“Caregiver Friendly Award  for Best Book” from Today’s Caregiver Magazine (2008)

“Caregiver Friendly Award” from Today’s Caregiver Magazine (2008)

Achievement Award for “Cross-generational Caregiving” from New York State Coalition for the Aging and the Statewide Caregiving & Respite Coalition of N.Y. (2009)

Achievement Award for “Cross-generational Caregiving” from New York State Coalition for the Aging and the Statewide Caregiving & Respite Coalition of N.Y. (2009)

“Best Media Award” from Today’s Caregiver Magazine (2015)


Awards for Sheila’s Share The Care™ work

AARP Purpose Prize Fellow (2018)

AARP 2018-19 Fellows

Caregiving Visionary Award from (2018)

Caregiving Visionary Award from (2018)

Good Housekeeping and L’Oréal Paris “One of 50 Over 50 Women Who Are Changing The World” (2016)


The Maggie Kuhn Award from Presbyterian Senior Services (2015)


Local Lady Godiva Honoree (2012)

L’Oréal Paris Women of Worth Honoree (2011)

L’Oréal Paris Women of Worth Honoree (2011)

Broadcasts / Video

Facebook Live Interview by Frank Harrison of “Frank On Health”  on Talk Radio NYC,  4 November 2021

Frank R Harrison Talk Radio NYC / Facebook Live

Frank Harrison of “Frank On Health” is a very well known Podcaster / Broadcaster. Phyllis Quinlan was invited to be his co-host for the attached Facebook Live show we did on Thursday.

I think what makes it special are the multiple points of view on caregiving and focus of all the guests, including yours truly. It is 2 hours but worth watching.  I come in during the final hour.

Link to the broadcast:

Facebook Live Interview with Greg Johnson of gjp-international:

Sheila Warnock, Founder of Share the Care – September 24, 2021, 8:00am, NY

ONWARD, IN LOVE and CAREGIVING with Greg Johnson.

Podcasts / Radio

RADIO: Caregiver SOS on Air:

Carol Zernial & Ron Aaron or Caregiver SOSThis hour-long weekly radio show airs 6 p.m. Sundays on NewsTalk 930 (AM) KLUP in the Greater San Antonio region. Hosted by nationally recognized gerontologist Carol Zernial and veteran broadcaster Ron Aaron, and featuring author/psychologist Dr. James Huysman PsyD, LCSW, Caregiver SOS On Air explores issues important to you.

Sheila Warnock, Founder of Share the Care – October 20, 2019 – Click here to listen

WellMed Radio 

WellMed RadioWellMed Radio / Caregiver SOS on Air focuses on health issues affecting adults. Providers and partners discuss stories, topics and tips to help you live healthier with hosts Ron Aaron and Dr. Marissa Charles.

Sheila Warnock, Founder of Share the Care – September 2, 2018 – Click here to listen

Akwesasne Radio Interview Reen Cook with Tewentahawih’tha’ Cole and Sheila Warnock

Podcast:  Matt Cavallo, MPH  PAN55: Click here to listen

Podcast: Matt Cavallo, MPH PAN55:

Podcast: Matt Cavallo, MPH PAN55:2Sheila Warnock had several profound experiences change her life. First, she became sole caregiver of her ill mother and an emotional crutch for her best friend, Susan, who was diagnosed with cancer. By undertaking this dual role, Sheila truly experienced the tremendous burden caregivers have to endure.

In 1988, she became part of a group of 12 women (mostly strangers to each other) who came together and stayed together for the next three and a half years to care for friend Susan. The contrast of caring for someone without support to the experience of sharing responsibilities with a group proved to Sheila that this new collaborative approach to caregiving was something of immeasurable value and needed to be shared with caregivers everywhere.

Living Alone: What to Do When You Have No One to Care For You

eCareDiary interview with Sheila Warnock

eCareDiary will speak to Sheila Warnock, Founder and President of SharetheCaregiving, Inc, about strategies for those who choose to live and age alone. Click here to view and listen to this 2014 Podcast with Susan Biada.

Notable Articles

awis (association for women in science):

AWIS-Who Cares for the Person Who Lives Alone

If you live alone, you have probably had thoughts flash through your mind like “If I fell in the shower and hit my head, how long would it take for someone to miss me?” or “What if I were seriously injured or ill… who would take care of me?”

Click here to read or download the full article.