They discussed how important it is to know and share our family history, and to have our loved one’s voices recorded and placed in a safe digital platform! Daniel gave a great idea for people to record birthday messages that loved ones can…
Not only does Lisa identify possible triggers, but also discusses key tips and strategies for responding to these unexpected behavioral changes.
“Baby Boomers” will be changing how and where they want to live out their retirement years!
Sam, who hadn’t spoken a word for over a year, and as soon as he heard the song, “Auld Lange Syne”, he started belting out the words to that song.
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…
For example, Lisa shares with her audience the proper way in which to approach someone with dementia, and why it is important for a caregiver or family member to always explain what they are intending to do before they do it, such as…
The discussion continues on with the many challenges of caregiving, and how he came to write the song, BEYOND the FADING MEMORIES, LOVE REMAINS which in Betsy’s opinion is a beautiful heart-touching song that resonated with her!
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.
Dr. DeLon Canterbury discusses why he left his job at a “chain pharmacy “, and shared the story of his grandmother who was overprescribed medications, and how we must advocate for ourselves and our loved ones.
This is a must-listen episode for anyone who occasionally misplaces car keys and wonders if it’s normal aging or a sign of dementia!