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Betsy Wurzel’s guest on the show today is Candace Williams on her Mother’s diagnosis of Frontotemporal Dementia.  “Candace is a caregiver for her mother who was diagnosed with FTD (Frontotemporal Dementia) at the age of 57. She started the blog because she wanted to share her and her mother’s experience about what life with FTD is like, the challenges, the joys, the pain…not to mention, early on in her journey with her mother, she realized […]

  Many people think of hospice as a place people go to die.  Some think that if you get hospice services a hospice nurse moves in with the dying person and does all their care until they die.  Neither of these is true.  There are hospice houses (not all communities have one) where people can go for the last few days of their lives under specific circumstances.  But electing the hospice benefit in the United […]

Betsy Wurzel talks about the First Anniversary of Chatting with Betsy.  How she began the journey to bring awareness for Early Onset Dementia.  How she entered the broadcast world to have her own radio show.  Betsy speaks about her husband Matt and how she advocated for him.  How important it is to tell your story and advocate for your loved one. Join in and listen to Betsy Wurzel speak about her journey as a caregiver, […]

  Betsy Wurzel, Host of Chatting with Betsy and the guest today is Chris Nichols-Glasgow.  Chris was a caregiver for her husband Tom Glasgow and this is Chris’s story. “A little bit about me. I’m 58 years old. I have been a caregiver to my two husbands. I was married at 23 to my first husband Mark for 17 years when he passed after a two year battle with renal liver failure, esophageal bleeds x3, […]

  Betsy Wurzel Interview with Joe Dulin on how Alzheimer’s affects the children of parents that have been diagnosed with Dementia/Alzheimers. It is a struggle for the whole family and how the children can be affected. Joe speaks about how it affected his personal life.  How you don’t have time for more than being a caregiver and how balancing the time.  There is more he discusses how trying to cope with being a caregiver.  You […]

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