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.
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…
Probably the most difficult challenge for family members and caregivers to overcome is the ability to understand what people who are living with dementia are trying to tell them, especially when they can no longer articulate their wants and needs the way they…
Dani discusses grieving her twin brother, how people don’t know what to say to a grieving person, and the challenges of Mental Health Care Issues.
Dr. Brittany Lamb discusses how important it is to be educated about your loved one’s diagnosis, to have a medical directive, and to be proactive in getting Power of Attorney for Medical and Financial affairs!
Host Lisa Skinner tells a deeply personal story of her first experience seeing the impacts of brain disease on a loved one, her grandmother.
How no one is exempt from life’s challenges and hardships
There have been some changes for Betsy and her son as they started going out for Thanksgiving Dinner and cooking Thanksgiving Dinner on Christmas Eve!
Betsy talks about how she made changes to the celebration of Christmas and Hanukkah through the years, to make it easier for her husband Matt.
“Having a plan can mean a lot of things in your day-to-day life. It can mean Peace of Mind + Security + Family matters + Happiness + Legacy”