A Supportive Podcast for those Dealing with a loved one with Memory Loss

A Supportive Podcast for those Dealing with a loved one with Memory Loss

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Medication Adherence & Management

  Medication adherence is a fancy term for taking our medications as they’ve been prescribed. While adherence is an important part of our health
Posted on December 17, 2019

I Love Someone With Dementia …

When you love someone with dementia it’s not uncommon to feel like you’re losing your mind too. In this episode, I talk to Beth
Posted on December 10, 2019

Managing Difficult Behaviors

One of the biggest caregiver challenges is managing difficult behaviors. People living with memory loss don’t realize they’re being unreasonable. Difficult behavior is an
Posted on December 3, 2019

Caregiving In Harmony, Not Conflict – Eldercare Mediator

Conflict is a natural part of human interaction. As we age, all of us face difficult decisions that affect our loved ones and often
Posted on November 26, 2019

Caregiver Grief – A Practical Discussion

The loved one you’re caring for is still around yet you feel their loss. Some think this is depression but it’s actually a form
Posted on November 19, 2019

Raising An Aging Parent

At what point did we become the parent to our parents? For some of us, this transition happened slowly over time. Others have been
Posted on November 12, 2019

Alzheimer’s Trippin’ With George

What do you do when your spouse is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease? Do you run for the hills or plan a 10,000-mile trip? Thankfully,
Posted on November 5, 2019

Avoid the Isolation Danger Zone!

  Research has linked social isolation to higher risks of physical & mental conditions; Alzheimer’s & death are just two of them.  Becoming isolated
Posted on October 29, 2019

The “Match.Com” of Eldercare

When it comes to eldercare we frequently need a partner. Even for those who plan ahead, making decisions for our loved one is a
Posted on October 22, 2019

You’re Too Good Looking to Have Alzheimer’s!

“You’re too good looking to have Alzheimer’s.”  Imagine hearing this from your doctor. The disbelief that someone could actually look vibrant, strong and healthy
Posted on October 15, 2019