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Betsy Wurzel’s guest today is Lizette Cloete, “Think Different” Dementia, Dementia Consultant, and Cognitive Wellness Coach. Some information for Lizette Cloete: Lizette Cloete graduated from the University of Pretoria, South Africa in 1992 as an Occupational Therapist. She is the owner of “Think Different” Dementia, a company she established to teach people to think differently about dementia. She strives to help families decrease the effects of dementia. As a diplomat daughter, she has lived in […]

Huntington’s disease is a rare, inherited disease that causes the progressive breakdown (degeneration) of nerve cells in the brain; it has no cure. It has a broad impact on a person’s ability to function and usually results in movement, thinking (cognitive), and psychiatric disorders. Michael’s wife, Janet, was diagnosed with this disease 12 years ago at age 58 and he has been her care partner ever since.  Janet is now receiving hospice support and Michael […]

  Betsy Wurzel’s guest today is Dr.Arthur Wernick, a Clinical Pharmacist, my area of expertise is Medication Therapy Management. Dr. Wernick performs a complete analysis and assessment of a patient’s medication use. This in coordination with their clinical conditions and lifestyle, so that I consider the whole patient and not just their medications.  Dr. Wernick typically works with patients who have more than one clinical condition, take multiple medications, and are usually under the care […]

Betsy Wurzel’s guest on Chatting with Betsy today is Jamie Callahan, Founder, and CEO of Team Senior™ ” One of the most important qualities that set us apart from other referral services is that we have always tried to physically meet each of our clients. We want to get to know who we’re helping. And that personal connection lets our clients and their families see that we really care about them as people – because […]

Betsy Wurzel, Host of Chatting with Betsy guest today is Heidi DeBoer, Caregiver, and Author.  Heidi talks about her book “Living with a Stranger” “A fairytale romance, a dream western wedding, a relationship built with God first, twins, a boy, and girl, what could go wrong? This is Heidi DeBoer’s Story,  a 63-year-old widow that was a full-time caregiver to her husband Chet who had Early Onset Alzheimer’s and Frontotemporal dementia Join in and listen […]

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