Nostalgia is particularly helpful for those who enjoy conversing or hearing about ‘simpler times’ or the ‘good old days’ without reference to personal photos or keepsakes, but still offer a calming familiarity, which is clinically proven to help those with memory loss to…
In this project, Cynthia sheds light on the importance of brain health, the therapeutic power of music, and the significance of aging within the context of dementia.
Unveiling an enlightening audio interview with Betsy and Lizette, delving into essential guidance for caregivers across various roles.
Some listeners may not even be aware that these elements exist. Lisa explains why she refers to them as the “hidden or secret faces” of brain disease. Also, Lisa tells two deeply personal stories and explains how each story illustrates a surprising behavior.
Lisa Skinner sharing what the common triggers are that cause behavioral and personality changes in people with dementia which includes details on what to look for if a change in behavior occurs, as well as what some of the most challenging behaviors are.
Her very personal story about her beloved dog, Oliver, who was diagnosed with Doggie Dementia when he was about 13 years old. At first, she dismissed it as a coincidence because she had been working with humans living with dementia for so long
P.K. Beville devised the virtual Dementia Tour, as a way for us to walk, for a time, in the shoes of those afflicted with dementia.
Whether you are a caregiver seeking support, an author looking to promote your book, or simply interested in the diverse topics covered by our hosts, we have something valuable to offer.
Lisa and Alexis discuss just how magical and powerful music is to those with cognitive decline and they share several true-to-life stories with the audience based on their personal experiences.
Lisa gives many examples of the unexpected situations that arise with the cognitively impaired along with tips and strategies for how to handle these situations if they do arise. If you are a caregiver to someone living with dementia, you don’t want to…