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Is there a role for faith-based organizations in providing social support to senior adults? To help us gain an understanding of the increased role religious congregations now play in providing social support to the elderly, we are joined by Sheila Stevens. Sheila Stevens is CEO of Sheila Stevens and Associates focusing on leadership, interpersonal communication and team development. She spearheaded a project on "Village Elders" focusing on legacy from elders to youth in the African American Community.
ARE YOU BEING DENIED THE RIGHT TO VISIT YOUR LOVED ONES WHO SUFFER FROM DEMENTIA AND ALZHEIMERS?
Join us on The Artist Loft, from 7-8:30 PM EST and 6PM CST to chat with, and obtain important information you should know about. Call in to the live broadcast from 7-8:30 EST and 6 CST.
Welcome to the Artist Loft with radio host/producer Gigi Adams-Evans and Co-host ( Recording artist manager and web developer), PJ Sampson. We are involved in the movement and continued support for Dementia and Alzheimers and invite you to engage in dialog with us and our very special guest, Catherine Falk, the daughter of the late Peter Falk,to discuss guardianship laws and her bill The Peter Falk Bill. Ms. Falk is an advocate for Alzheimers and Dementia and she strongly beieves that guardianship laws which keep loved ones away from their parents and other loved ones who suffer with Dementia and Alzheimers should not be supported by judicial laws.
Myself and PJ Sampson (A Caregiver) support Ms Falk' and The Peter Falk Bill. We look forward to your calls and questions. 646-200-3817
Elizabeth Miller, a caregiving advocate and writer, helps caregivers with stress management and has creative ways to cope including humor! She is currently a caregiver for her aging mother.
Kim Shea is a former caregiver. She writes about caregiving and aging issues and has a daily thoughts email tailored to caregivers.
Caregivers are encouraged to call in live with their questions!
Join Jeanne Madrid, Certified Professional Midwife and Mildred M. Tassone, Certified in Google Analytics and a part of several Google Partner programs.
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Today our guest is Casey Simon, Community Relations Director at Revere Court in Sacramento, CA.
Revere Court, formerly known as Primrose, is an assisted living community, that specializes in caring for adults who have Alzheimer’s disease and related forms of dementia. We provide residential care, respite care, hospice care and adult day care. Revere Court has developed unique operational protocols to enhance quality of life for residents, emphasizing security and safety in our settings. We offer an appropriate range of life-affirming and encouraging activities through our Day Club, Respite and Residential Care programs. These are tailored to each person’s abilities and cognition.
Call in and visit with the Dementia Whisperer, Scott Cluthe and our guest, Casey Simon-ask questions about memory care, dementia care, anything you want to know about dementia-we want to hear from you! 929-477-1393
The dementia programs at Revere Court incorporate the latest disease research findings, including aromatherapy, light therapy, touch therapy, music and pet therapy, among others. Revere Court is designed with natural lighting, way-finding cues and devices, specialized furnishings, fabrics and colors to help reduce confusion. Exterior areas are beautifully landscaped and secure. Our dining and nutrition program incorporates the latest research on what is needed for individuals with memory loss.
Our next EMS Live in Wisconsin podcast is Tuesday, January 10 starting at 9:00 a.m. Our guests include MTM General Manager Danielle Dale and Transportation Manager Chris Behling. MTM schedules and manages non-emergency transportation for Wisconsin's Medicaid beneficiaries, to include ambulances. Over the past few years several concerns have been shared about MTM and billing practices, to include: two-day notifications for completed runs, delayed payments and coding rejections.
Don't miss a beat of the action - listen to EMS Live in Wisconsin!
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The New Primary Care Experience for Seniors with Oak Street Health's Dr. Griffin Myers
We sit down in conversation, on location, with Dr. Griffin Myers as he shares the story behind Oak Street Health and how they are blazing the trail with cutting edge ideas and concepts to help seniors stay healthy. Oak Street Health spends more time with their patients creating relationships and providing important programs to support local seniors. Join us as we dig deep.
Dr. Griffin Myers is a board certified emergency physician, entrepreneur, and nationally recognized thought leader in healthcare innovation and value-based care. He began his career as a global strategy consultant at The Boston Consulting Group working primarily at the intersection of healthcare and financial services in markets around the globe including the U.S., Brazil, China, and Western Europe. Dr. Myers has a B.S. from Davidson College, an M.D. with Alpha Omega Alpha honors from University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He completed his residency in emergency medicine at Harvard Medical School's Massachusetts General and Brigham & Women’s Hospitals. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Emergency Medicine and an Adjunct Instructor of Emergency Medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.
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When adult children with aging loved ones start working the family on planning for the future they comment, “On, this will be interesting because my family does not get along”. This is a red flag that this family maybe dealing with dysfunction from their earlier years. There may have been the presence of alcohol, emotional distance, unclear boundaries and a lack of communication. As a friend explained her childhood, “It was like walking on eggshells.”
A functional family can more easily address the decline of their parent because they were raised to solve problems a group. They communicate well, that does not mean they can place their parent in an assisted living without emotions.
This radio segment will delve into the traits of functional and dysfunctional families along with solutions for families caring for their senior.
Listen in at http://tobtr.com/s/6305645 on May 28th at 10am MDT.
The Madison, an outside of the box community right in downtown Madison, GA. Variety of options, hand picked staffing, community based state of the art community! Sheila takes us on her journey in the senior niche community from starting as a RN to be known as the "Turn around kid! After listening you will want to take a trip and pay her a visit:)
It's time. It's time to look at ourselves in the mirror and really have a deep conversation with ourselves. Is what we're doing with our addictions keeping us alive? It's 'in our face' loudly that many people out there using conventional methods geared towards addiction or recovery are completely LOST. The program(s) they are using or have used are just not working - not to their satisfaction anyway. So here we are...
Tonight we are headed into a huge staredown with POST ACUTE WITHDRAWL SYNDROME.
According to ADDICTIONS and RECOVERY.org, they state this:
There are two stages of withdrawal. The first stage is the acute stage, which usually lasts at most a few weeks. During this stage, you may experience physical withdrawal symptoms. But every drug is different, and every person is different.
The second stage of withdrawal is called the Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS). During this stage you'll have fewer physical symptoms, but more emotional and psychological withdrawal symptoms.
Post-acute withdrawal occurs because your brain chemistry is gradually returning to normal. As your brain improves the levels of your brain chemicals fluctuate as they approach the new equilibrium causing post-acute withdrawal symptoms.
The Symptoms of Post-Acute Withdrawal
The most common post-acute withdrawal symptoms are:
Mood swings Anxiety Irritability Tiredness Variable energy Low enthusiasm Variable concentration Disturbed sleep During this segment, we will discuss these points, and what one can do to overcome PAWS in a much faster turn around time. If you believe you fall into the category of experiencing Post Acute Withdrawl Syndrome, you are not alone. Please join us tonight at 8:00 pm, PST.
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