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Let's Talk Dementia

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Let's Talk Dementia

Carol Howell - dementia educat

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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
 
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Dementia By Day

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Dementia By Day

Rachael Wonderlin

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Rachael Wonderlin tackles common challenges in dementia caregiving and seeks to make everyone a better care partner and professional by promoting education and empathy. Rachael has a Master’s in Gerontology and owns Dementia By Day, a dementia care consulting firm. She is the author of "When Someone You Know is Living in a Dementia Care Community," and a second book, "Creative Engagement," both published by Johns Hopkins University Press. You can find her on Instagram @dementiabyday and down ...
 
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Dementia Researcher

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Dementia Researcher

Dementia Researcher

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A biweekly podcast for early career researchers, bringing together fantastic guests to discuss their research and career topics + much more. Dedicated to sharing the science, encouraging collaborations, attracting more people to the field, and supporting those already here to succeed. Brought to you by https://www.dementiaresearcher.nihr.ac.uk at University College London, in association with Alzheimer's Research UK and Alzheimer's Society - everything you need, all in one place. supporting ...
 
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Dementia Matters

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Dementia Matters

Wisconsin Alzheimer‘s Disease Research Center

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Dementia Matters is a podcast about Alzheimer‘s disease and other causes of dementia. Host Dr. Nathaniel Chin interviews leading scientists and caregiving experts to bring listeners the latest in Alzheimer’s disease news, research and caregiver resources. Brought to you by the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, find show notes and more resources at adrc.wisc.edu/dementia-matters.
 
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What The Dementia

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What The Dementia

Breanna Wilson

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On What the Dementia we discuss important issues that you may run into as a care partner and challenging dementia behaviors you may encounter. We also demystify certain dementia care topics and learn to question certain practices that may be better approached in 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 a ...
 
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.
 
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Dementia Untangled

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Dementia Untangled

Banner Health

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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. Our renowned programs and services are made possible by the generous support of donors to Banner Alzheimer’s Foundation. To learn more about the ways you can help support fa ...
 
Welcome to the AlzAuthors podcast! We’re so glad you found us. We are the global community of authors writing about Alzheimer's and dementia from personal experience to light the way for others. Join us each week as one of our authors shares their dementia journey, revealing intimate details and painfully obtained knowledge to help others currently on this path. We hope our stories offer comfort and support as we strive to break the silence and stigma surrounding a dementia diagnosis. May on ...
 
The Diverse-Vascular Cognitive Impairment and Dementia study uses advanced brain imaging and blood-based techniques to understand how vascular changes in late life cause brain injury that lead to cognitive decline. Our goal is to develop educational interventions and assessment strategies for medical doctors to increase their awareness and improve their ability to diagnose and treat cerebrovascular disease in ethnic/racially diverse communities of older adults before it causes cognitive decl ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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Life With Dementia

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Life With Dementia

Johnna Lowther

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Life With Dementia is an interview-style podcast sharing relevant research, personal stories, and practical tips for living well with dementia. We talk to people all over the world: scientists, researchers, practitioners, family care partners, industry professionals, and people living with dementia to hear firsthand about solutions they’ve discovered and what we can do to improve resources and support for people affected by dementia.
 
Look Beyond Dementia wants to help healthcare professionals, families and friends of those living with dementia understand how to best care for the ones they serve and love. This podcast series uses the book by Jolene Brackey titled "Creating Moments of Joy" and educates beyond the short lesson. If you have questions, comments or concerns please reach out at Bailie@LookBeyondDementia.com
 
The Dementia Adventure is for anyone whose life is being touched by dementia. Navigating the world of dementia and Alzheimer's can feel overwhelming so this series is full of tips, advice, thoughts, support, love and shared experience. In each episode we meet experts of all kinds from research scientists, care workers, brain trainers, speech and language specialists, therapists and even a Buddhist monk. This podcast is the recipient of Alzheimer's Research UK's Inspire Fund and we are deligh ...
 
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 ...
 
‘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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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We Are Dementia Strong

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We Are Dementia Strong

We Are Dementia Strong (Brian LeBlanc & Maureen Rulison)

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Hello everyone and welcome to “We Are Dementia Strong Podcast”. I’m your host Brian LeBlanc and I’ll be talking about what it’s like to live with Alzheimer’s Disease. Each week, I’ll bring you a new topic, sharing the perspective of an Individual Living with a Dementia-Related Illness. In an effort to understand what you would like to hear, I would like to ask YOU to be a part of the Podcast by sending your questions, comments, and topics to dementiastrong@gmail.com. Your topic may be picked ...
 
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Innovative Dementia Care

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Innovative Dementia Care

Bold Brave Media Talk Radio

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If you are living with someone who has Alzheimer’s, dementia, confusion or memory loss, you know just how difficult the simple act of communication can be between you and your loved one. Susan Kohler, author of How to Communicate with Alzheimer’s, is host of Innovative Dementia Care, a program designed to help you, the caregiver learn about the communication process, why it is so important in caregiving, the problems in communication, and useful techniques to facilitate communication that wi ...
 
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After almost three years apart, this holiday season more and more families will be coming together in-person. Before those happy reunions arrive however, have we stopped to get a little curious about what changes may have occurred during this time? For example, has our tolerance for certain activities, noises, or smells changed? Could those same ch…
 
Life can throw a curve ball (or two) your way. How you handle it will be a sign of your gratitude. I'm learning that the hard way! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lets-talk-dementia/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lets-talk-dementia/support
 
November 29, 2022 When we are caring for a family member or friend, assisting with a dementia disease, sometimes asking questions about finances is tricky. This is personal information, and they may be suspicious why you are asking. Many people hide information throughout their homes, cars, safe deposit boxes and more. Where do you even begin to lo…
 
Though brain and cognitive changes are typically diagnosed as one form of dementia, recent studies have shown that mixed dementia is more common than previously thought. Mixed dementia, also known as Multiple-etiology dementia, is a condition where brain changes are caused by more than one neurological disease, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Lewy bod…
 
Hello and welcome to Season 5, the All-Star Season, where I share my favorite episodes from the past...with a fresh take! Stay for the entirety of this episode to catch my take on what to do when they think they're still working, in 2022. Visit https://rachaelwonderlin.com/products/ for more in Dementia Care. Original Episode: https://open.spotify.…
 
In this podcast we bring you highlights from the International Society for Frontotemporal Dementias (ISFD) Conference, which was held in Lille, France from the 2nd – 5th November 2022.Regular Guest Host Dr Anna Volkmer talks with Dr Chris Hardy, Jess Jiang and Dr Jochum Van't Hooft all from University College London discussing their work, and what …
 
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) in brain research is extremely useful clinically and provides unprecedented resolution and contrast for studying the brain. We discuss the benefits of using an MRI to look for structural problems in the brain, particularly in patients with brain disorders. The many benefits of an MRI are discussed by Dr. John Detric…
 
In this original What the Dementia episode, we will talk about 6 tips to make the holidays more enjoyable for you and your partner living with dementia. TRAVEL (HOLIDAY EDITION) PODCAST EP: https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/AVlaf4p6Zub REGISTER FOR DECK THE HALLS TO PREVENT FALLS WEBINAR (US/CANADA): https://letsbambu.com/event/deck-the-halls-to…
 
Join Dr Etu Ma’u to explore the reality of post-diagnostic care in Aotearoa, following the release of the World Alzheimer Report 2022. Dr Ma’u highlights the need for more support – particularly for ethnic communities – throughout a person’s life. Dr Etu Ma’u is a senior lecturer at Auckland University, and a specialist old age psychiatrist at Waik…
 
Welcome to the third and last episode in our 2022 Summer Book Series with HFC featuring Christy Byrne Yates, MS. Christy is an expert in navigating the challenges and opportunities in life, including living in the “Sandwich Generation” (those raising children who are also caring for an aging parent), special needs education, and parenting. A former…
 
Join us as we talk with Cindy Weinstein, author and English professor, about her experience with her father's Alzheimer's diagnosis, as a distant caregiver and her new book. Cindy's goal in writing her book, Finding the Right Words, was to equip readers with knowledge by sharing terms, basic neurology, graphs and images weaved throughout her story …
 
Every season of “Dementia Untangled” often reveals and underlying theme and this one was no different. This time, we revisit some of our favorite moments from Season 5 with our editor/producer Amber Ayers and discuss our theme of hope. It’s been said “hope is a survivor trait” and the stories we heard have reassured us that there IS hope for the fu…
 
The phenomenon known as sundowning is when a person who is living with dementia no longer has the capacity to participate in normal, day-to-day activities as they did earlier in the day. While it is true that this typically happens towards the end of the day, there are several factors behind this decline in ability. Join us for another episode as T…
 
November 22,2022 Today my guest is Dr Amy Sanders, a neurologist based in Hartford, Connecticut. I found Amy as I was working on a project and searching for literature reviews. She worked with a large team to theorize better ways to work with their patients who need a clear diagnosis and path of success slated for their upcoming journey.…
 
Hello and welcome to Season 5, the All-Star Season, where I share my favorite episodes from the past...with a fresh take! Stay for the entirety of this episode to catch my take on the changes, feelings and worries after the dementia care move, in 2022. Visit https://rachaelwonderlin.com/products/ for more in Dementia Care. Original Episode: https:/…
 
The simple answer is: it depends. If a person has lived a sedentary life up until now, they would certainly benefit from tasks like washing the car or taking long walks. But there is no magic pill that will completely prevent a person from developing dementia. Join us this week as Teepa and Greg discuss what steps we can take before and after someo…
 
November 15, 2022I enjoy getting comments from my Caregivernation and sharing them with others. I think most of you can relate to the joys, sorrows and ways people cope with dementia diseases and caring for the people around them.Jill Lorentz
 
Though several validated biomarkers are studied and used in Alzheimer’s disease research, most research participants don’t have the opportunity to learn their biomarker results afterward, even if they have cognitive impairment. Drs. Jason Karlawish and Josh Grill join the podcast to discuss the debate over sharing biomarker results with research pa…
 
Hello and welcome to Season 5, the All-Star Season, where I share my favorite episodes from the past...with a fresh take! Stay for the entirety of this episode to catch my take on what ambiguous loss really is and why it's important to understand that term, in 2022. Visit https://rachaelwonderlin.com/products/ for more in Dementia Care. Original Ep…
 
Adam Smith asked us to interupt our usual schedule to bring you some special news...The 2022 Dementia Research Charity Chatathon LIVE will take place on Friday 2nd December. Adam will host 12+ hours non-stop chat with over 60 researchers and special guests working accross all areas of discovery to beat Alzheimer's disease and all forms of dementia.…
 
Touching on a subject that was submitted from a listener, Teepa and Greg discuss some of the challenges that families face when choosing a memory care unit. For example, many states have no requirements for memory care providers to have any type of specialized training. And if they do, it usually does not go beyond putting a video. What are some th…
 
Technology & Dementia Week Special – Episode Three - Evaluation & Implementation of Tech & Trials. So, you have done the research, found a tech intervention that could help people… what next? This week we turn the spotlight on tech and dementia research, we have three special podcasts (released on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday), numerous blogs from…
 
In this original What the Dementia episode, we will talk about 10 traveling considerations + tips for packing and traveling by plane or car. THE DIGNITY DUO: https://www.letsbambu.com/product/the-dignity-duo REGISTER FOR DEMENTIA MASTERCLASS OPEN HOUSE: https://www.letsbambu.com/event/dementia-masterclass-open-house DOWNLOAD A FREE RESOURCE: https:…
 
Technology & Dementia Week Special – Episode Two - Learning about the Design & development of Tech Interventions. Exploring the challenges and practicalities of how to set-up and deliver a tech and dementia intervention trial.This week we turn the spotlight on tech and dementia research, we have three special podcasts (released on Monday, Wednesday…
 
November 8, 2022 Visiting your long-time family doctor or general practitioner when someone you care for is struggling with impaired cognition or memory issues seems to be the first stop for many of you. Not a bad idea because they know you best, however, they may not be the most qualified to give you the answers you are seeking. Don’t be afraid to…
 
Genes are a segment of DNA that are essentially providing a blueprint of all the instructions that our cells need in order for them to function. Henrietta Lacks and her “immortal” cells have been a fixture in the medical research community for decades: they helped develop the polio vaccine in the 1950s; they traveled to space to see how cells react…
 
Hello and welcome to Season 5, the All-Star Season, where I share my favorite episodes from the past...with a fresh take! Stay for the entirety of this episode to catch my take on the activities every care partner needs to know, in 2022. Visit https://rachaelwonderlin.com/products/ for more in Dementia Care. Original Episode: https://open.spotify.c…
 
Technology & Dementia Week Special – Episode One - Learning about the DISTINCT Programme and tech in dementia research.This week we turn the spotlight on tech and dementia research, we have three special podcasts (released on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday), numerous blogs from people researching and using the latest technologies, and updates on the…
 
There are a number of factors that can cause changes in our brain function that are not related to any dementia. So when is an "early sign" of dementia in reality, a risk factor that can be mitigated? Join the team this week as we get a little curious about this important topic. To learn more about Positive Approach to Care, please visit us at www.…
 
In this bonus What the Dementia episode, we answer FAQs about our With Intent MasterClass and invite you to our FREE Dementia MasterClass Open House hosted on November 15th, 2022 at 7:30pm CST. We hope to see you there! REGISTER FOR DEMENTIA MASTERCLASS OPEN HOUSE: https://www.letsbambu.com/event/dementia-masterclass-open-house SIGN UP FOR NEWSLETT…
 
Traveling can provide many benefits to our well-being, but also may create anxiety and stress, even without cognitive changes happening. Jan Dougherty joins us this week to share practical strategies to help alleviate some of the stressors that can be created by traveling with dementia and reinforces the benefits of travel for one’s mental health. …
 
Laura Davis and her mother had a troubled relationship that began in her teenage years. It seems Laura did not live up to her mother's expectations. They were often at war with each other and grew estranged over decades, finally coming to some sort of functional truce after Laura became a mother herself. When her mother was in her eighties and show…
 
There are over 200 types of dementia. I had a friend's husband show concern that she might have dementia. I hope this story will make you giggle AND understand dementia a bit better. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lets-talk-dementia/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lets-talk-dementia/support…
 
When you pass away, who gets your "stuff?" Who receives your cash, savings accounts, life insurance, etc? I am working with a family who is experiencing more issues than they should all because one account was incorrectly handled. Not fun. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lets-talk-dementia/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.…
 
We all know life can change in a minute, but when you live through a hurricane, that statement becomes very real. Another "very real" thing is this - people are good! I am so appreciative of all the individuals who are stepping up to help other people. To donate to our Ian Relief Fund, go to www.letstalkdementia.org/donations. THANK YOU! --- Send i…
 
Dementia Matters Special Series: The National Strategy for Alzheimer's Disease Data and Research Part 6 Concluding our special series on the 2022 Spring ADRC Meeting, Dr. Cerise Elliott joins the podcast to discuss the NIA’s work within the field of Alzheimer’s disease research, how the NIA promotes open science to advance research across the ADRC …
 
You'll love this episode with Laura and Gretchen as we talk about Gretchen's experience caring for her mother. Gretchen left her job and friends on the East Coast in 2012 and returned to her childhood home on the West Coast to companion her 96 year old mother from whom she had been 'comfortably distanced' for 36 years. Her degree in counseling didn…
 
Hello and welcome to Season 5, the All-Star Season, where I share my favorite episodes from the past...with a fresh take! Stay for the entirety of this episode to catch my take on how my 16 Things poem almost disappeared. Visit https://rachaelwonderlin.com/products/ for more in Dementia Care. Original Episode: https://open.spotify.com/episode/29Bpc…
 
When a person living with dementia wanders around their environment, is it always because they're trying to escape or elope? Or are they simply wanting to walk around and explore? The answer isn't always so easy, as Teepa and Greg discuss in this week's episode. If you are part of an organization or agency and are interested in becoming a PAC Desig…
 
In this original What the Dementia episode, we talk about both benefits and considerations of therapeutic dolls and pets for people living with dementia. REGISTER FOR DEMENTIA MASTERCLASS OPEN HOUSE: https://www.letsbambu.com/event/dementia-masterclass-open-house SIGN UP FOR NEWSLETTER: https://www.letsbambu.com/newsletter JOIN THE BAMBU CARE CHAMP…
 
As memory and cognitive changes progress in people with dementia, some can experience a delusional belief that a person or object has been replaced by an imposter – a syndrome known as Capgras. Our guest Dr. Ganesh Gopalakrishna, a Banner Alzheimer’s Institute dementia specialist, helps us identify this behavior and offer helpful suggestions on how…
 
Dementia Matters Special Series: The National Strategy for Alzheimer's Disease Data and Research Part 5 Whether it be due to new research findings, innovative approaches and ideas, or technological advancements, Alzheimer’s disease research is constantly evolving. Now, dementia research is headed into the digital frontier. Dr. Rhoda Au joins the po…
 
This episode examines healthy and unhealthy aging in America. We discuss themes especially relevant to Hispanic/Latino Americans such as hesitancy to participate in studies due to mistrust among researchers and the medical community, concerns over how the data will be used, and not necessarily understanding the significance of research studies. We …
 
Hello and welcome to Season 5, the All-Star Season, where I share my favorite episodes from the past...with a fresh take! Stay for the entirety of this episode to catch my take on what the 3 questions you need to ask in dementia caregiving, in 2022. Visit https://rachaelwonderlin.com/products/ for more in Dementia Care. Original Episode: https://op…
 
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