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Alzheimer/Dementia: Leading the Lost?

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Image having a disease that slowly erodes away the mind and personality, destroys lives, turns a vital person into a helpless dependent until the brain and body eventually shut down.  And there is no cure to… Alzheimer and Dementia.  What do you know about it?  Do know someone or have a love one suffering from it?  What do you need to know when your love one is lost?  With well-respected leadership skills and a passion for excellence, our special guest Sheila Wilson has been “leading the lost” for most of her career.  Sheila is an executive with national assisted living & memory care organization and will help us answer those questions as well as our question of the day – How Are You Leading the Lost?

A native of Alabama, Sheila Wilson graduated from Auburn University at Montgomery with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.   Sheila is a licensed Assisted Living Administrator with more than 25 years of health care experience. She has worked in the assisted living sector since 1992 and has earned a reputation throughout the industry as having some of the highest standards of quality care, as well as an industry expert with turn around and start-up communities. Her assisted living experience includes a position as Executive Director with Health Care Group, Alterra and Memory Care Specialist at Sunrise Assisted Living.  She is well respected amongst her peers and is a mentor and trainer to many Assisted Living Administrators and Nursing Directors.

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Series: Transformational Leadership: LessNess-NESS
Genre: Talk radio to teach spiritual leadership, highlight everyday leaders, and help leaders "lead where they are"
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