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Do You Need A Coach When Dealing With Dementia?

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Today, our firt will be Mary Brett Wright who not only is a coach for those dealing with dementia,but who has a husband living with  Frontal Lobe Dementia which affects his judgement and ability to make good sound decisions.  We will discuss what it's like to care for someone with dementia, the stress, support groups, resources, finding balance and more.

Contact Mary through her website

Phone: C. 571-216-8372 C 757-206-9182

E-mail: mbrettwright@cox.net


Can people with Alzheimer's disease truly  benefit from rehabilitation services like physical and occupational therapy?

What role does occupational therapy play in treating someone with Alzheimer's?

Some of the challenges people with Alzheimer's have that  live alone.

How caregivers can gain access to rehabilitative services.

Sue can be found on Facebook at "The Dementia Queen"

or contact her by email at dq@thedementiaqueen.com

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