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September marks World Alzheimer's Awareness month. The Alzheimer's Association has designated the 21st as action day: stand up, speak out, do something to show your support of those confronting Alzheimer's disease. Our line-up of featured guests this month will reveal the facts and myths, the trials and triumphs, and the hope and future for those loving each other through it.
Join us September 9th at 7:00PM EDT as we welcome Richard Taylor, Ph.D. "He was the first to become sensitized to the relationship between how we treat older people and how we treat people with dementia -- as damaged good, incomplete human beings, with little or nothing to contribute to family or society." Richard reveals Alzheimer's From the Inside Out, through his writing, his life story, and his unique and powerful voice. For more than a decade, Richard has struggled with dementia, probably of the Alzheimer's type. He surrounds himself with family, friends, and colleagues who enable him to forge a new purpose to "speak up" and "speak out" with life-affirming thoughts and actions. His message of hope and dignity has been heard around the world, including his co-founding of "I Can I Will" supported by Alzheimer's Disease International. In this etching-on-the-heart episode, we'll talk candidly with Richard Taylor about living with, and making a difference inside dementia, of the Alzheimer's type.
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