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Bonus-A Caregiving Communication Tool

We all look for ways to make our caregiving responsibilities a little easier, a little less time consuming, and the Memoryz app app might be a solution you’re looking for. Tune in to this podcast episode to learn more.

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Technology for better caregiving

Technology For Better Caregiving

Is it possible to use technology for better caregiving?  Most of our loved ones make it very well known that they want to continue to live in their home until the end. That’s easier said than done especially if you’re one of the millions of sandwich generation caregivers with a full-time job and a family. How do you juggle everything and keep everyone happy?

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African Americans & Alzheimer’s

Would you be surprised to learn that Alzheimer’s is the fourth leading cause of death for African Americans?

Alzheimer’s is often referred to as a “Silent Epidemic” among African Americans. This is due in part to an unwillingness to acknowledge and discuss the disease.

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African Americans & Alzheimer’s

Would you be surprised to learn that Alzheimer’s is the fourth leading cause of death for African Americans?

Alzheimer’s is often referred to as a “Silent Epidemic” among African Americans. This is due in part to an unwillingness to acknowledge and discuss the disease.

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Disease research

Hope on the Horizon? (Research Interview)

Do you ever feel like disease has taken over our world and we’ll never be free of its devastating effects? Fortunately, while we’re caregiving for people living with Alzheimer’s there are people living Alzheimer’s research daily.

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About Fading Memories Podcast

Fading Memories is a supportive podcast for people dealing with a loved one with memory loss. We interview people who have some of the answers and families currently on this journey. Join us and we’ll support each other along the way!

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