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Turning The Tables – My Episode on Happy Healthy Caregiver

  Turning the tables this week, instead of releasing my own episode, I was a guest on the Happy Healthy Caregiver podcast.  On Fading
Posted on June 2, 2021

Caring Across the Miles

Submitted by Claire Wentz Caring from across the miles can be difficult, particularly when it comes to ensuring older adults have access to the
Posted on June 1, 2021

How Food Affects Our Brain Health

  Does food affect our brain health? Our brains are always working, always turned on. It manages everything that happens in our lives; our
Posted on May 25, 2021

Yoga 4 Busy Caregivers

Yoga practice is probably something you think you don’t have time to start. If you have five minutes, my guest can show you ways
Posted on May 18, 2021

Engaging Activities for Every Stage

It all started because of a lack of activities. If it weren’t for today’s guest, there might never have been a Fading Memories podcast.
Posted on May 11, 2021

Telling Our Caregiver Stories

Telling our caregiver stories has many benefits, both for those who listen and for us when we tell them. Learning how others managed their
Posted on May 4, 2021

Medications & Memory with Dr. Elena

As caregivers to an older person, the chances are they are taking a number of prescription medications. Have you ever wondered if they are
Posted on April 27, 2021

MediCaid & You – All You Need to Know

Medicaid is available under many circumstances, but the path to get there is filled with challenges. Did you know, there are services available to
Posted on April 20, 2021

Health Literacy With Tamvoes

Do you have good health Literacy? Unless you’re a trained medical professional, I feel confident that you’ve likely encountered challenges when dealing with the
Posted on April 13, 2021

My Grandma Has Dementia – Helping Kids Understand

Grandma has dementia can be a scary & confusing statement for kids. My Grandma had vascular dementia, and despite being an adult, it was
Posted on April 6, 2021