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The Surviving Alzheimer's Podcast

Ken Cardita - Ascending Minds LLC

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This podcast is the story of Ken and Shanna, a married couple who's lives have been forever changed (for the better) because we have learned to live with and ultimately Survive Alzheimer's disease. We have learned many lessons in our 12+ year journey together down Dementia Road. Our mission is to help caregivers and families who have been changed by Alzheimer's disease. We share our experiences on how we both eventually rediscovered joy and gained a peace that passes all understanding, all w ...
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Zekel Healthcare

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The disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and disproportionally impacts minorities and women. Two out of three Alzheimer's patents are women.
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The Truth Lies and Alzheimer’s Podcast features Lisa Skinner, a highly recognized expert and media host. Lisa Skinner’s original thinking and counter-intuitive solutions provide family members, spouses, children, caregivers, and others with a concise guide and the tools they need to effectively manage the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. She is an International Speaker and Author. The Podcast features conversations that provide Tips for all caregivers navigating the heartbreakin ...
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Join Anne Fraser as she sheds light on one of the most complex and challenging diseases of our time. Anne explores all facets of Alzheimer's and dementia, providing insights into living with loved ones who suffer from the disease, as well as prevention, treatment, and reversing cognitive decline. Through interviews with leading medical experts, caregivers, and people living with Alzheimer's and dementia, Anne offers practical advice and support to help listeners navigate this difficult journ ...
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Welcome to Spotlight on Care, the podcast where we share stories, experiences, tips and advice on caring for loved ones affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Spotlight on Care is produced by the University of California, Irvine Institute for Memory Impairments and Neurological Disorders, UCI MIND. Please subscribe to the Spotlight on Care podcast wherever you listen. For more information, visit mind.uci.edu. What would like to hear about next? Email us at mwitbrac@uci.edu.
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Living With Alzheimer’s is a podcast about living with dementia from the perspective of Ginger, an octogenarian with early-stage Alzheimer’s, and Christoph, her son and full-time caregiver. Their conversations with each other and with a variety of subject matter experts provide listeners with heartfelt stories of Ginger’s journey as well as best practices for other caregivers who are providing support for friends or family members living with the impacts of dementia. Ginger, a former English ...
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AlzAuthors: Untangling Alzheimer's & Dementia

AlzAuthors Featured on The Whole Care Network

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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 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 one of our a ...
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Professional Speaker from Lakeland, FL. Author of " I Never Noticed ". Through the lessons and trials of my families struggle with Alzheimer's Disease, I learned that there is so much we see, yet fail to notice. My mission, clear your mental debris and clutter, then discover the sensational power of your natural senses. Learn how to more fully occupy your each and every living moment.
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Evolving Past Alzheimer's

Evolving Past Alzheimer's

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We are absolutely convinced that Alzheimer’s and other brain diseases are generally treatable and reversible. Early translational evidence supports this belief. The Evolving Past Alzheimer’s podcast brings you the highest caliber information about what you can do to identify, prevent, and treat Alzheimer’s disease. The show’s secondary goal is to use Alzheimer’s and cognition as a platform to explore consciousness and the human experience in it’s “second half of life.” Topics include emergin ...
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Virginia and Steve are joined by Pamela D. Wilson, MS, BS/BA, NCG, CSA.– an international resource for caregivers with over two decades of experience in aging and caregiving– known for her consultations, advocacy, and her book, "The Caregiving Trap: Solutions for Life's Unexpected Changes," as well as her own podcast called “The Caring Generation.”…
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In this episode of "Bringing Hope to Alzheimer's," Anne Fraser dives deep into the inspiring journey of Sarah Kellogg, a 45-year-old woman who faced early onset Alzheimer's and triumphed through functional medicine. Discover how Sarah overcame severe memory issues, brain fog, and cognitive decline by embracing a holistic approach to health. Anne Fr…
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Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia are such complex and confusing topics...enough to make anyone’s head spin. One of the most confusing phenomena associated with dementia is that of sundowning. There are so many different interpretations of what sundowning is and isn’t, so today, Lisa dives deep into details about sundowning. Don’t miss this …
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How would you navigate the complication of having your spouse display Dissociative Identity Disorder - previously called Multiple Personality Disorder - alongside symptoms of Alzheimer’s? Today, we delve into the memoir "Don't Forget to Dance" with Marc Alderdice for our June Books & Chit Chat with Aging and Amazing. Marc takes us on a poignant jou…
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The Emerging Role of Blood Tests in Improving Alzheimer's Disease Diagnosis Lori La Bey explores the new path of utilizing blood tests to diagnose Alzheimer’s disease. She speaks with two professionals in the industry and one person living with dementia but also received several questions from our audience that she will be asking our panel as well.…
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Stigma Living with Dementia on Dementia Chats Today's conversation is all about stigma and living with dementia. Our experts living with dementia are Harry Urban, Karen Creekmoore, Cate Lau, Pam, Larue, Dr. Dale Anderson, Bob Savage, and Dr. Lonni Schicker. As usual, I think you will find great insights from those living with a form of dementia. Yo…
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There is a common misconception that Alzheimer's is solely an old person's disease. Sadly, that is no longer the case. Join us as Anne Fraser discusses the increasing occurrence of early onset Alzheimer's, affecting individuals as young as their 40s and 50s. Learn about the contributing factors, lifestyle changes that can help, and personal stories…
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For many, many, years, various myths and misconceptions have emerged surrounding Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia. The myths continue to become exaggerated, so let’s do some myth busting today to set the record straight. Don’t miss this very important information! Some of the highlights include: Lisa discusses many of the common myths assoc…
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CAN ADVENTURE PREVENT DEMENTIA? Lori La Bey talks with Dr. Helena Popovic MD is an Australian family physician and 10-year care partner for her father who had both Alzheimer’s and vascular dementia. She has written two best-selling books about their adventure with dementia, and she teaches health professionals, people living with dementia, and thei…
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In this episode of Bringing Hope to Alzheimer's, host Anne Fraser sits down with Courtney Krusemark, a registered nurse and functional wellness coach, to discuss transformative health practices. Courtney, the owner of Under the Hood Wellness, LLC, shares her journey from working in the emergency department to becoming a wellness coach, emphasizing …
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Many of you may already be aware that in the more advanced stages of dementia, many people develop extreme difficulty with swallowing. It’s called Dysphagia. Lisa does a deep dive into this condition and shares some personal stories about it. Don’t miss this very important information! Some of the highlights include: How common is dysphagia in peop…
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Welcome back to the podcast where we share the powerful stories of those who have been impacted by Alzheimer's and dementia. In this episode, Christy and Marianne sit down with Sue Fagalde Lick, a remarkable poet, author, musician, and dog lover from the Oregon coast. Sue shares her deeply moving story of caring for her husband, Fred, throughout th…
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Hear Some Great Communication Tips From Those Living with Dementia and Why They Can Change and Are So Important. Today we have another amazing panel of experts living with dementia. sharing communication tips that work for them in different situations and as their disease progresses or changes. I know you will find Ginger Smith, Karen Creekmoore, C…
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In this episode of "Bringing Hope to Alzheimer's," host Anne Fraser extends heartfelt thanks to everyone who supported the Night of Hope gala on June 10th, 2024. The event, held at the elegant Loews Hotel in downtown Kansas City, was a phenomenal success with 300 attendees and over $153,000 raised. Country singer Jay Allen and his wife, Kylie Morga…
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Lisa came across a recent article discussing an interview between Scientific American Custom Media and Bill Gates. What he has disclosed in his interview is some of the most encouraging and promising information out there in terms of advancing the development of treatments or cures for Alzheimer’s disease. Don’t miss this very important information…
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Virginia rejoins Steve in this concluding 2 part series on caregiving strategies. In this episode, they provide insights into activities and products that can be utilized to enhance daily living and simplify routine tasks. Tune in for valuable information that aims to elevate the day-to-day experience for both caregivers and those living with Alzhe…
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OPEN MIC on Alzheimer's Speaks Allows People to Share Their Stories, Services, Products, Tools, Advice, and Concerns Join Alzheimer's Speaks Radio today on Open Mic as we shift dementia care from crisis to comfort around the world one episode at a time. We love raising all voices and delivering sound news, not just sound bites! So, monthly we invit…
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Dementia is no match for a daughter’s determination Lori La Bey talks with Dr. Helena Popovic MD who is an Australian family physician and 10-year care partner for her father who had both Alzheimer’s and vascular dementia. She has written two best-selling books about their adventure with dementia, and she teaches health professionals, people living…
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In this episode of Bringing Hope to Alzheimer's, Anne Fraser sits down with Adam Slagle of Slagle Fence to discuss the importance of supporting the local community in Kansas City. Learn about the incredible work Slagle Fence is doing, from their humble beginnings to becoming the largest fence company in KC. Adam shares their philanthropic efforts d…
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In today’s episode, Lisa talks with her very special guest, Dr. George Ackerman, about his pursuit to raise Parkinson’s awareness and to find a cure for Parkinson’s Disease. Many of the highlights of this episode include: What inspired him to dedicate his life to Parkinson’s awareness. His mother, Sharon Riff Ackerman, and her battle with Parkinson…
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We’ve all been trained to think people living with a dementia diagnosis and Dementia and the Arts is all about breaking that myth. Dale Marie Latimer never did art prior to her dementia diagnosis. By looking at her work I think most of you will be shocked by that. We invite you to sit down and enjoy this conversation and be amazed by Dale’s talent.…
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This podcast is a replay of our recent panel discussion on LGBTQ+ caregiver concerns, hosted by Sue Evans of Kensington Senior Living and AlzAuthors. Authors Laura Davis, Christopher MacLellan, Vincent Zappacosta, and Douglass Christensen joined Sue, Christy and I as we delved into the complexities of caregiving within the LGBTQ+ community. They sh…
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In this episode on the Living with Alzheimer's podcast, Christoph interviews social worker Deb Langer and advisor Julie Capra of Hospice of Michigan. They discuss what hospice is and dispel common myths about it. Deb and Julie describe who is eligible for hospice, how it’s paid for, and the many resources available to support people living with dem…
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Geriatric and Dementia Care in India Lori La Bey talks with Dr. Anita Kumar a Geriatrician from India with experience in geriatric oncology and public health. She has written multiple articles in national and international journals as well as national newspapers. Anita has spoken to a board audience. Learn: How is a Geriatrician different from a Ge…
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Join Anne Fraser and Rusty Fracassa in this compelling episode of "Bringing Hope to Alzheimer's" as they delve into the critical importance of legal planning for families impacted by Alzheimer's. Rusty Fracassa, the lead attorney and owner of Paths Law Firm, shares why his firm has chosen Night of Hope as their charity of choice and how they are co…
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In today’s episode, Lisa sheds a bright light on how living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia can significantly impact the way individuals perceive and interact with the world around them. Many of the highlights of this episode include: How individuals may experience a range of cognitive and perceptual challenges that can affect …
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Are you caring for a friend, family member, or loved one? Lori La Bey talks with Crystal Gallo, Co-Founder and CEO of Innerhive, who has over 15 years of experience leading product strategy and operations for high-growth technology companies. Having felt the impact of being a caregiver, she will discuss why there is no better time to address the bu…
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For our latest Dementia together podcast we spoke to Philip Angrave, in Kent. Phil worked in the NHS for over 40 years and was a lecturer for more than 20 years, teaching undergraduate nurses and doctors. Phil decided to step back from work following a diagnosis of Lewy body dementia. He's now using his experience for a different purpose – calling …
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Fall Prevention with Cognitive Impairment: It Takes a Village Lori La Bey talks with Dr. Shawn A. Weiss who is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, a Certified Fall Prevention Specialist, and a Certified Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care Trainer. Dr. Shawn Weiss is a licensed Physical Therapist, Functional Wellness Coach, and Healthcare Executive. She…
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In this part two of our deep-dive series, we welcome back Dr. Stephanie Joseph from the Amen Clinics. Dr. Joseph is based in the Dallas clinic, renowned for its comprehensive brain health services. In this episode, we explore critical aspects of brain health, focusing on stress management, nutrition, and sleep. Dr. Joseph emphasizes the detrimental…
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In today’s episode, Lisa discusses talking to your children about Alzheiemer’s disease. Many of the highlights of this episode include: Tips on how to approach the topic effectively. How to best prepare your child to visit a loved one living with Alzheimer’s disease. Talk to them about what they might experience when visiting a loved one living wit…
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Vicki Tapia is a founder of AlzAuthors and the author of Somebody Stole My Iron: A Family Memoir of Dementia. In this replay of a recent Aging and Amazing book club discussion, Vicki shares profound insights from her personal experiences. She discusses how caring for two parents with dementia placed a considerable strain on her personal support sys…
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Send Ken a Text Message about the Podcast Encouraging and Maintaining Friendships Amidst Alzheimer's Progression Ken discusses the difficulties and importance of maintaining social connections for loved ones with dementia. Drawing from his own experiences with his wife, Shanna, Ken offers practical advice on easing the discomfort friends may feel a…
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What can you do today to improve or maintain your brain health? Sarah Banks, Ph.D., an expert in healthy aging, dementia, and Alzheimer's disease, explores risk factors and offers practical tips for enhancing brain health. Series: "Stein Institute for Research on Aging" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 39387]…
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A Passion for Distraction #FindingBeautyInIllness #SupportingFamilyCaregivers #HonestDiscussion Lori La Bey talks with Allene Symons who is the author of Love in a Time of Caterpillars: A Memoir of Monarchs and Caregiving. She has worked as a journalist, editor, and college instructor and is the author of three previous books. She has lived in San …
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Host Anne Fraser sits down with Dr. Stephanie Joseph from the renowned Amen Clinics. Dr. Joseph, a board-certified psychiatrist specializing in addiction and adult psychiatry, shares her extensive knowledge on brain health, dementia, and the innovative diagnostic tools used at Amen Clinics. Discover how Spect imaging plays a crucial role in diagnos…
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In today’s episode, Lisa discusses a recent article that was published on March 18, 2024, on Bigthink.com, revealing new information about the Lecanemab and Donanemab treatments. Many of the highlights of this episode include: The sober reality behind the effectiveness of these drugs that have been touted as “Alzheimer’s Breakthroughs.” If Lecanema…
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Welcome to another insightful episode of Untangling Alzheimer's and Dementia, and a replay of our recent book club with Aging and Amazing. In this episode, we bring together a panel of poets who share a common thread—each has navigated the challenges of caring for a loved one with dementia. Your hosts, Marianne Sciucco and Ann Campanella, along wit…
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Transforming Dementia Care In Malaysia Lori La Bey talks with Dr. Cecilia Chan who has been involved in the eldercare industry for the past 20 years. She is a Gerontologist, a Trainer, a Researcher, and a very passionate Dementia Advocate, and Activist. Dr. Chan has been involved in various projects concerning providing services and facilities to t…
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Are you or a loved one dealing with Alzheimer’s or dementia? Are you looking for ways to improve brain health and prevent cognitive decline? "Bringing Hope to Alzheimer’s" is here to guide you through every step. Each episode offers practical advice, inspiring stories, and the latest research findings, making it an essential resource for anyone tou…
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Welcome back, dear listeners! Tonight, we present an encore presentation of one of our most beloved episodes, Misplaces Car Keys and Wonders Is This Dementia? Let's revisit this gem together and explore its timeless insights. In the latest episode of Truth, Lies & Alzheimer's, host Lisa Skinner explains how to tell the difference between normal agi…
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How To Develop A Plan To “Age Successfully” For Yourself Or With Your Parents This is a replay from Jan 2024 Lori La Bey talks with Star Bradbury who is a former Florida licensed administrator and Executive Director for both an Assisted Living and Memory Care facility, Star has a broad understanding of the variety of options and choices families fa…
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Heartfelt Engagement: Addressing Loneliness and Dementia Lori La Bey talks with the co-founders of Memory Keepers. Cheryl Kinney is a licensed clinical social worker, certified life coach, teacher, and therapist with over 35 years of experience working with older adults and caregivers, including 24 years at the Alzheimer’s Association. Britt Lueken…
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Are you starting to experience moments of forgetfulness, confusion, or mental fog? Don't dismiss these signs—tune in to this crucial episode of "Bringing Hope to Alzheimer's" with Anne Fraser. Today, we dive deep into understanding cognitive issues, their early detection, and the vital role of functional medicine in preventing Alzheimer's. In this …
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Welcome back, dear listeners! Tonight, we bring you an encore presentation of one of our most beloved episodes, diving deep into An Open discussion on Frontotemporal Dementia. Let's revisit this gem together and explore its timeless insights. In this Episode #4 of Truth, Lies & Alzheimer’s, host Lisa Skinner discusses Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) …
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Tips on Connections and Living in Moment From Those Living with Dementia Today, Craig Hanke, Ginger Smith, Cate Lau Booth, Truthful Loving Kindness, and Wally Cox talk with Dementia Chats host Lori La Bey giving tips on how to live in the moment and build solid connections with people. I think you will find their insights very interesting and hopef…
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Steve interviews Virginia about tips she has compiled over the years to improve the caregiving journey. Listen along as they delve into topics on healthcare visits, money matters, safety, and mood changes. This is part 1 of a 2 part series of tips and tools that can help improve quality of care for loved ones living with Alzheimer's and other forms…
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#Incontinence #Sound #Sleep Lori La Bey talks with Deanna Vigliotta the National Sales Manager for Seni, Dr. Laird the CMO of My Memory Clinic, and Jeff McSpadden the co-founder and CEO at Composure. Deanna Vigliotta has an extensive 30-year healthcare sales and sales management background. She is the National Sales Manager of Seni, a premium brand…
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Join host Anne Fraser as she engages in a conversation with singer-songwriter Jay Allen. Inspired by his mother's battle with the disease. His mission has helped raise awareness and vital research funds to support the fight against Alzheimer's. He shares his passion for making a difference and provides insights into how families and individuals can…
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