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Groundbreaking Dementia Hospital Wristband Program

  Broadcast in Lifestyle

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Join me as I interview Gary Joseph LeBlanc and Margaret Doerr about the new groundbreaking Dementia Hospital Wristband Program which will enhance the patient with a cognitive impairment's hospital experience.

Gary Joseph LeBlanc, is the author of “Staying Afloat in a Sea of Forgetfulness,” “Managing Alzheimer’s and Dementia Behaviors” and co- author of “While I Still Can”. Also, a weekly columnist of “Common Sense Caregiving” published in the Tampa Tribune and Hernando Today and many other health publications.

He also founded the Alzheimer’s/Dementia Hospital Wristband Project

His writings and speaking events utilize his 3,000 plus days and nights of personal caregiving experience to help other Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers cope with the everyday challenges and emotional struggles of caring for the memory-impaired.

Margaret Doerr is the Chief Nursing Executive for Brooksville Regional Hospital (Health Management Associates) and brings 21 years of nursing experience to the Hernando community.  Brooksville Regional is located in Brooksville, Florida (less than an hour north of Tampa). 

Margaret received her Master’s Degree in Nursing from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix Arizona.  She is a patient advocate and sits on the Patient Advisory Council, which consists of residents in her community.

As a hospital administrator Margaret’s vision is to assist with the implementation of processes that provide quality care and a safe environment for the patients in her community.

The dementia initiative is important because   “As health care workers we must provide safe quality care. Through the identification process and staff education our health care team will be able to provide optimal care for our patients with dementia.”

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