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This podcast is designed to give you quick and entertaining information regarding caring for someone with dementia. “Carosene – The Gigolo Song (cdk Remix)” by Analog By Nature. 2015 Licensed under Creative Commons. Attribution Noncommercial (3.0). Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lets-talk-dementia/support
 
In our biweekly podcast our regular hosts bring together panels of early career researchers and other dementia experts to discuss their research and career topics to support other early career researchers. Research investigating Alzheimer's and other dementias, exploring prevention, diagnosis, treatments, care and how they're working to better understand the disease and the brain. This podcast series is brought to you by www.dementiaresearcher.nihr.ac.uk - everything you need, all in one pla ...
 
Brought to you by the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, Dementia Matters is a podcast dedicated to discussing the latest in Alzheimer’s disease research and caregiving resources. Our host, Dr. Nathaniel Chin speaks with a range of research and caregiving experts to keep you informed on current research studies, headlines and caregiving strategies. Find show notes and more resources at adrc.wisc.edu/dementia-matters.
 
Life on Repeat is a podcast for those caring for someone with dementia. Join Laura Vaillancourt, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Geriatric Mental Health Specialist and Eldercare Coach as she explores helpful caregiving tips, practical resources and most importantly, how to care for yourself through this journey.
 
Journey Ahead features upbeat conversations with area experts on how you or your aging loved ones can live life to the fullest in the Chippewa Valley. Hosted by Lisa Wells of the Aging & Disability Resource Center of Eau Claire County, enjoy discussions focused on enhancing the quality life while aging, living with dementia, keeping our aging loved ones active and healthy, changing attitudes on aging, and many more insightful topics. Subscribe for free to always get the latest monthly episode.
 
This podcast explores unique topics related to dementia through conversations with physicians, experts, and community leaders—focusing on innovative ideas, practical strategies, and proven methods to create a supportive path for caregivers. Reach out to us with questions or comments at DementiaUntangled@bannerhealth.com.
 
Everyone's end of life journey should be comfortable, peaceful and dignified. In every episode, Mitch Ware, long time Hospice Bedside volunteer and former Hospice client, will share his experiences and knowledge to show others how they can achieve the best palliative care available through Hospice. And, he will take your questions and answer them on future episodes as well. If you are considering end of life care, this podcast is for you!
 
Unlocking the doors of dementia with Lauren, founder of Family Connect Care. In this podcast, Lauren will dispense important advice to families who care for a loved one with dementia. She has been said to have "no filter" because she tells it like it it, even when it's difficult to hear. "Because families need to know," she explains. Lauren is happy to discuss any and all aspects of dementia, focusing on what families can do to enhance the quality of life for all affected. #nofilter #nationwide
 
The show is about the Delaney Family's caregiving for someone with dementia. My mother has had dementia for four years now, In the show, we talk about things we do and don't do because of dementia. I 'm hoping that this podcast will help someone Who's in the same situation. So basically the show is a little bit about things to do and things not to do with someone with dementia.
 
Welcome to the Compass & Clock's Info-Tianment PodcastThrough our podcasts we'll explore how to live your best life now and well into retirement.We'll discuss topics in financial planning, housing, and insurance.We'll talk wellness, relationships, and leisure pursuits. A full active life requires planning for your goals and preparing for the unexpected.We'll introduce you to a variety of entertaining guests, from knowledgeable experts, to folks sharing stories of their life experiences, and ...
 
Check out www.dementiadialogue.ca Our podcasts feature people with dementia, their care/life partners, and supporters sharing experiences. They demonstrate their capacity to live fully and enable peer listeners to understand and gain insight and strengthen their adaptive skills. Episodes also enhance understanding within the broader community of what it means to live with dementia.
 
Super Aging podcast: Exploring Healthy Aging, Amplifying Caregiver Voices and Raising Alzheimer's Awareness. This podcast strives to organically give voice to caregivers, raise awareness about aging issues including dementia, and promote healthy aging. Interviews are conducted with experts in the health and aging industry and caregivers to help educate our community about healthy lifestyles, aging issues, and caregiver experiences and strategies.
 
‘Adventure Before Dementia’ is a radio show for camping enthusiasts. Whether you like staying in caravan parks or bush camping, be it up the river, along the coast, discovering unsealed national parks or more remote outback explorations, ‘Adventure Before Dementia’ is your weekly dose of escapism. Hosts Anita & Mike Pavey have worked as photo-journalists for some of Australia’s most popular 4x4, camper trailer and caravan publications. They have travelled widely including a 13-month Big Lap ...
 
The experience of living in dementia care environments hasn’t evolved in 30 years – and we think it’s time for change. Conversations with disruptive operators, policy shapers, and designers examine how new thinking is shaping the places people living with dementia call home. Each episode, we’ll elaborate on a single pattern of innovation in dementia environments - some focusing on physical spaces, others highlighting care philosophies and procedures. Join Max Winters and Jennifer Sodo, senio ...
 
Awkward Story is a Dementia Education Podcast focused on supporting individuals touched by dementia related diagnoses. We wish to address the stigma and isolation often beset upon patients and their families by bringing their poignant, tragic, beautiful, awkward stories into the open. We will speak to insightful professionals that regularly assist individuals in their fight against dementia. We will also share our own insight as Clinical Social Workers specializing in dementia care. Most of ...
 
On What the Dementia we will discuss important issues that you may run into as care partner, challenging dementia behaviors you may encounter, we will demystify certain dementia care topics, and learn to question certain practices that may be better approached a different way. Our biggest goal is to integrate dementia care talks into everyday conversations. Dementia definitely sucks, but we need to talk about it! If you think that Bambu Care and our What the Dementia podcast can help you alo ...
 
Professional App Developer, and Financial Expert, Best-selling Author, Tina Ginn share's everything she's learnt about Emergency preparedness. If you're interested in starting your own Backup Plan, or emergency plan this is the show for you! Get answers to all your questions about getting all of your critical life's details organized into 1 easy simple way. Find out how to organize your details in case of any medical emergency, sudden death, or unexpected tragedy and avoid all that tremendou ...
 
Host Dr. Andrea Wilkinson has a PhD in Psychology, with a specialization in Cognitive Aging. She has been studying brain fitness and cognitive maintenance for over 15 years. The BrainShape Podcast discusses the hottest issues, topics, interests and concerns related to healthy aging and brain health for aging adults, older adults, seniors and baby boomers who want to learn about how to stay mentally and physically engaged for as long as possible. What are the tips and techniques that promote ...
 
This is the Dementia Care Partner Talk Show, a podcast to help you navigate the senior care maze. Learn and laugh with us as we discuss creative solutions and ideas to common and uncommon dementia care challenges, and how to make sense of the senior care industry and options even if you're not a professional. Are you caring for a person living with dementia? We would love to hear from you! Send us a note at info@teepasnow.com and tell us what you'd like for us to discuss! You can also visit ...
 
Caregiver/Storyteller is a storytelling podcast about Alzheimer's and dementia caregiving. Every caregiver has a story to tell. Chris Doucette interviews caregivers to learn how they became caregivers, the ups and downs of their journey, and how they've changed as a result. Other podcasts teach. Through confessional storytelling, Caregiver/Storyteller helps listeners understand the first-person reality of what caregiving is actually like. While all caregiving stories convey a sense of loss, ...
 
Tim Tholen, CEO of Thoughtful Health Care, discusses valuable strategies, tips, and information used every day in the care of Alzheimer and dementia patients at home. Thoughtful Healthcare is committed to providing your loved ones with the very best in personable, caring and friendly at home care. By providing compassionate and professional caregivers a higher quality of life for loved ones under our watch is achieved through advocacy, integrity, continuous improvement and, above all else, h ...
 
A geriatrics and palliative care podcast for every health care professional. We invite the brightest minds in geriatrics, hospice, and palliative care to talk about the topics that you care most about, ranging from recently published research in the field to controversies that keep us up at night. You'll laugh, learn and maybe sing along. Hosted by Eric Widera and Alex Smith.
 
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Researchers at the University of California, San Francisco found that among older adults with cognitive impairment, the greater the air pollution in their neighborhood, the higher the likelihood of the presence of amyloid plaques in their brain. Lead researcher Leonardo Iaccarino, PhD, details his work examining air pollution and brain health outco…
 
Our guest, Susy Favaro, a social worker from Banner Alzheimer’s Institute, shares with us her connection to the term coined by Dr. Pauline Boss, ambiguous loss, and how the implementation of her guidelines can help caregivers understand the emotions around their person’s presence & absence simultaneously. Susy helps us untangle the confusion around…
 
May 11, 2021 – Today my show is about the tough part of transitioning your loved one from your care to the memory unit that will eventually care for them. It is painful to say the least and scary as well. Do we feel like we let them down? Did we break a promise? Did the scope of care become more than we can handle? The answer to all of this is most…
 
This week Barbara talks to NYU professor and filmmaker Linda Mills, whose mother was diagnosed with early onset dementia in 2011. Linda describes her mother’s traumatic escape from Nazi Vienna as a small child in the 30s. She and Barbara discuss how hard it is for dementia sufferers to articulate their frustrations -- and how caretakers need to lea…
 
How do we build trust and meaningful relationships with older adults living with dementia while empowering them to make decisions in their daily lives? Join Jennifer and Max as we talk to 4 great guests – Carrie Chiusano, Kim O’Brien, Amy McDonough, and Len Fishman about their experiences educating leadership, frontline staff, family, and communiti…
 
Does dementia affect people living with it the same, regardless of their background? The simple answer is, it's complicated. Join Teepa and Greg as they discuss some of the challenges that may come up when caring for veteran living with dementia and how to overcome or minimize them. To learn more about Positive Approach to Care, please visit us at …
 
Welcome to the Dementia Researcher podcast, the fortnightly show for early career researchers, working in all areas of discovery.Join our community, contribute and find show transcripts and links to further resources at:https://www.dementiaresearcher.nih.ac.ukProduced by Adam Smith at University College London, delivered by the National Institute f…
 
Mary Beth Wighton’s warmth, candor and strength shine through as she talks about her journal, now in book form, Dignity and Dementia: Carpe Diem. Written over a 6 year period, Mary Beth’s personal reflections frequently acknowledge the gifts from people in her life that have enabled her to live a full life and become a leading advocate for her peer…
 
Join us as Elisabeth Mack, RN, BSN and owner of Holistic Caring shares with us about the benefits of using medicinal cannabis with your loved one with dementia. She covers the history, the science, the benefits and risks. This episode is packed with information, you may want to listen twice! You can learn more about Elisabeth and her work here: htt…
 
I recorded this episode back in September 2020 and realized I never posted it!! So sorry! Q&A Series 7 of our Q&A series where we answer 3 of your questions! SUBMIT YOUR QUESTION: www.letsbambu.link/qa NEW ARRIVAL: Grow With Gratitude - 100-Day Gratitude & Self-Care Journal specifically made for dementia care partners. Get yours today! :) | https:/…
 
Laurel Moulton coordinates the Master Gardener Program for Clallam County and is a Regional Horticulture Specialist for the WSU Regional Small Farms Program that serves Clallam, Jefferson, and Kitsap Counties. She has 25 years of experience working in the botanical, horticulture, and entomology fields.…
 
Frailty. What the heck is it? Why does it matter? How do we recognize it and if we do recognize it, is there anything we can do about it? On today’s podcast with talk to Linda Fried, Dean of Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health and world renown frailty researcher about all things frailty. We talk to Dr. Fried about how she first go…
 
Mike Calvin, Jonathan Northcroft and Seb Stafford Bloor reflect on the development of Brendan Rodgers, and the significance of the FA Cup to Leicester City, and their fans. They also dwell on the possibility of a distinctive double for Chelsea being completed in the women's Champions League final against Barcelona on Sunday. See acast.com/privacy f…
 
Our interview this week with Kaleb Dahlgren, who has just written a spectacular best-seller, Crossroads My Story of Tragedy and Resilience as a Humboldt Broncos Bus Crash survivor Hockey player. "There are moments in our lives when we find ourselves at a crossroads. The choices we make in those moments can define the rest of our days", Unknown "But…
 
Gretchen McCulloch, Internet Linguist, author of Because Internet and the host of the Lingthusiasm podcast, talks to Michael Rosen about what it is to "ship" and how fandoms and other subcommunities online are changing the English language.Clip from 'Mans Not Nice' Michael Rosen remix credited to MisterLuccaProduced by Ellie Richold for BBC Audio i…
 
Not every senior living community is the same. There are many differences in options and even within the same category there can be significant differences. Join us as Scott speaks with Damon Thomas and Zack Benjamin from Inspired Living in Delray Beach, a new community doing things differently about to open soon.…
 
In this episode, we share the audio from an interview Dr. Andrea did on the Create Up Podcast with Will Ennis. Create Up is a podcast where Will shares unfiltered conversations and stories with a roster of talented musicians, directors, comedians and more. In Dr. Andrea’s discussion with Will, she talks about getting out of your comfort zone, the p…
 
Ugo, Ashy and Chris welcome Scotland's Hamish Watson back onto the pod. There's plenty of love for his mullet as he talks Lions selection, size and inspiring a generation. We also speak to Danny about the disappointment of missing out on the Lions tour and how difficult the past couple of weeks have been. Ashy isn't happy with Sam Simmonds scoring …
 
Mike Calvin, Jonathan Northcroft and Seb Stafford Bloor reflect on Chelsea's third WSL title in four years, and hail Emma Hayes as one of the most influential coaches in English football. The rivalry with Manchester City, in both the men's and women's game, seems set to endure See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Do you enjoy a glass of wine to wind down after work or a cocktail (or four) to loosen you up in social situations? You’re not alone! Last year, more than 80% of us reported that we drink alcohol on a regular basis with heavy drinking increasing by more than 40% in women. I discuss the impact that alcohol can have on your brain and mental health, a…
 
On this week's episode we see what happens when Devo leaves the dessert out on the counter! It's up to you to figure out which word in this episode's title is ascribed to Gen X.1. ��Cake�� by Mikey Mason2. ��We Are Gen X�� by The Holderness Family3. News of the Stupid4. ��Roaches�� by Bobby Jimmy and the CrittersMikey Mason is at MikeyMason.com,The…
 
Fun fact: Dexter Holland of the band The Offspring has a PhD in molecular biology. Recently, the band made a TikTok video of their seminal 90's hit "Come Out and Play (Keep 'Em Separated)" where they changed the "you gotta keep 'em separated" line to "you gotta go get vaccinated". With respect to them, I've finished their parody for them. This was …
 
🎙 In this SOLO episode of #LifeisaSacredJourney, our wonderful host, Micheal Pope, will ponder the latest news and our sacred journey: LIFE. Join the conversation. 🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸 SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel LIKE us on Facebook. FOLLOW us on Instagram www.michealpopeproductions.comBy Life is a Sacred Journey
 
Today’s bonus episode continues the conversation Jennifer had with Eloy van Hal, one of the founders and implementers of the physical community and operational philosophy of Hogewey Dementia Village in the Netherlands. Their model is based on normalizing life for older people living with dementia, and this goes beyond the four walls of their commun…
 
Ugo and Chris are at the Lions squad announcement to speak to Warren Gatland about some big omissions, surprise picks and most importantly which player he wants to have a beer with. They also chat to Lions captain and Wales legend Alun Wyn Jones about what it means to lead the team on his fourth tour. Gregor Townsend discusses midfield options and …
 
Today Carrie and I are going to talk about the different network support programs, conferences, educational webinars & events available to those affected by Alzheimer’s. Carrie McBride joined the Alzheimer's Association in 2017, shortly after her sister was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia at the young age of 54. Carrie also lost her father t…
 
Mike Calvin Miguel Delaney and Dominic Fifield believe the final foreshadows another era of sustained rivalry between Chelsea and City. They contrast two coaches at the peak of their powers, Pep Guardiola and Thomas Tuchel, with one in gradual decline, Jose Mourinho. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Though origins of the term “moral injury” can be traced back to religious bioethics, most modern usage comes from a recognition of a syndrome of guilt, shame, and sense of betrayal experienced by soldiers returning from war. One feels like they crossed a line with respect to their moral beliefs. The spectrum of acts that can lead to moral injury is…
 
Michele Grigaitis-Reyes, a nurse practitioner from Banner Alzheimer’s Institute, shares with us her passion for addressing a commonly avoided topic of intimacy and sexual needs for people affected by dementia. She helps us define these topics and untangles the misconceptions and frustrating feelings around the inability to communicate needs around …
 
"Caregiving often calls us to lean into love we didn't know possible" ~ Tia Walker Our interview with our special Guest this week, was with Betsy Sloan from New Jersey! She is an avid advocate for Alzheimer, and dementia and of course the caregivers out there! Caregiving is such a long and treacherous job that we won't really wish on anyone! It's a…
 
May 4, 2021 Today my show is all about helping the care partner’s and my #caregivernation with finding ways to ease your stress. What do we do to rid ourselves of anxiety, anger, and depression? How do we ask for help? Are you a martyr, thinking you must do it all so you can pat yourself on the back all the way to the funny farm for caregivers? How…
 
Winston Greene first noticed his wife Pansy was forgetting things and repeating herself in 2010. As the disease progressed, he progressed along with it, taking over more of the little things that Pansy could no longer do. Winston tells Barbara how joining an Alzheimer’s support group saved him by making him feel less alone. They also discuss the im…
 
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