Lisa shares some of the behavioral triggers that family members and caregivers should be aware of so they can then be more prepared to resolve these situations before they escalate.
The workstation and props are set up to re-create activities that a person suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia connected within their youth such as office tasks, pet care, cooking and baking, or gardening.
Not only does Lisa identify possible triggers, but also discusses key tips and strategies for responding to these unexpected behavioral changes.
In Lisa’s What’s News segment, shares the details of the recent announcement that the US will be launching a trial payment program for care providers of dementia patients in 2024.
This is the first time the Hanna family has spoken publicly about their struggle with a disease that afflicts so many people today. The Hanna Family want to tell Jack’s story so others will know that they are not alone in the overwhelming…
Lisa covers the four principles of a person-centered approach which were developed to help caregivers see beyond the disease and to help loved ones live independent and fulfilling lives.
Lisa Skinner covers the struggles that caregivers face when caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease. Lisa speaks with Betsy Wurzel about her experience as the primary caregiver for her husband following his diagnosis of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease at a relatively young…
With the recommendations outlined in this episode, listeners will learn how to potentially reduce their risk for dementia by up to one-third. Additionally, Lisa illuminates for listeners why the link between lifestyle choices and brain disease is so profound that Alzheimer’s Disease has…
The topics covered in the interview include tips for dealing with Alzheimer’s, the symptoms of Alzheimer’s, and whether Alzheimer’s is hereditary or not.
Lillian Cauldwell discussed with Lisa Skinner the pitfalls of becoming a Caregiver for a person with Alzheimer’s since their personality and behavior change frequently and drastically.