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What is your point of view about being a care giver? What is caring to you? Is it fun? Is it a gift? or is it what you should do? Would you like to find out and discover more about being the carer that works for you> Would love to invite you to come and listen in and ask questions as I talk with Lisa. At present Lisa is caring for her husband at home while still running her buisness .I wonder what else could be possible for her, her husband and her family?
Our 1st guest in Eileen Smith, from New Zealand. She is a wife, Carer and Author of "The Black Hole," a book about Early Onset Alzheimer's disease.
Eileen's husband was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2001, at age 54. After his diagnosis Eileen spent 8 years on the local Alzheimer's Board plus 3 on Alzheimer’s New Zealand board.
Eileen is a strong and sometimes outspoken advocate for young onset Alzheimer's and more especially spent a lot of time lobbying for subsidies on anticholinesterase inhibitors (Aricept, Exelon).
In 2011 Eileen retired from work and has recently published a book telling of the last 12 years caring for Ray and the challenges that they faced, specifically related top young onset Alzheimers.
Why do we need to build awareness especially around Younger Onset?
What do carers need to know at the start of their journey?
What could we do better for people in this situation?
How do we as carers move forward when the partner goes into care?
You can contact Eileen at
Our 2nd Guest will be Jan Hughes will discuss he differences and similarities to giving care.Jan is Care Partner for her Husband Michael. Jan believes when you've met one Caregiver, you've met just that, one Caregiver.
This will be a very interesting disucssion and we would love you to join the conversation with both women!
Alzheimer's Speaks Radio - Giving Voice To All Dealing With Dementia
Today our guest will be Karen Truman, Ph.D. from Dementia Caregiver Resources, Inc.. She will be talking to us about her new book "The Dementia Caregivers Little Book of Hope."
Come and join the conversation. We would love to have you call in with your questions or use the chat box to tell us your thoughts or ask your questions.
Click here to contact Karen Truman
We will be having OPEN MIC after talking with Karen. Feel free to call into the show and share your thoughts.
For additional information on dementia and caregiving visit Alzheimer's Speaks website
Having a fighter carer for the past four years, Sarah McLeod won her pro debut this past May with a rear naked choke over Shawnee Anderson.
McLeod looks to conitnue her winning ways in a match with Heather Denny in Denver.
We will talk to McLeod about training for the fight and her achievements inside and outside the cage.
On this episode of Power Up Living, host Kelly Galea interviews Gillian Pritchett about a topic many of us in the "sandwich generation" find ourselves faced with. How can we take care of our own financial situation as caring caregivers?
Why is Gillian so passionate about this topic? After an international corporate career spanning many years, Gillian solved a redundancy situation by emigrating from the UK to Canada where she rapidly got hired to a senior position in a corporate travel company. After 9/11 she again faced redundancy, moved back to Montreal and into marketing. After her father died in 2005, she started a consulting business in order to spend chunks of time each year with her mother. In the end she moved back to the UK and ended up becoming a full time carer for her mum. As her mum became frailer Gillian organised her life so that she could be her full time carer. Using her business - The Business Launchpad - as a platform she drew on her knowledge and business experience to create home study courses for people who wanted to start a business or run an existing business more efficiently and successfully. She is now developing a programme to help other caregivers who need an income whilst being at home to care for a loved one.
During this conversation, we’ll focus on two very specific groups of people that Gillian very much enjoys working with – the carer who needs an income and the former carer and people made redundant in later life. We’re going to look at their challenges and how Gillian is able to help. We’ll also look at how carers and older workers are treated – comparing North America and the UK.
Kelley Cornish will be Rod's guest on Own Your Career to discuss her new book, "It's Work! How Will You Show Up?
Author, HR expert, speaker, mother, confidante, mentor/mentee matchmaker, career advisor, panel of one — and so much more, too. A driven, experienced and successful HR leader with a proven track record working at some of the biggest names in healthcare across the country, Kelley’s had a career for the books. In fact, it is a book! "It's Work! How Will You Show Up?" (Amazon, iTunes, e-book) Kelley’s mission? To help you make the most of your career by sharing her personal and professional experiences, tried-and-true tips and expert opinions.
See you on the radio …
Welcome to Alzheimer's Speaks Radio where we listen to all voices on dementia. Join the conversation!
Rita Anand, is the Founder and President of Beyond Golden Era, LLC, a company dedicated to educating caregivers and healthcare professionals on how to effectively serve the elderly in aspects of their lives.
Rita's newest venture is Dementia Angels, a premier information and services resource that personally aids and prepares clients for the varying physical, mental and emotional challenges inherent in the beginning, middle and end stages of Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Contact Rita Email Beyond Golden Era Website Email Dementia Angels Website
888-297-6197 ( landline)
Our 2nd guest today will be filmaker Alban Maino. Alban, has produced a film collection along with a scientific committee of geriatric doctors called "Remembrance", dedicated to patients and caregivers affected by Dementia. The first collection of films is now available for online streaming.
Contact Alban Website
Visit Alzheimer's Speaks Website for more resources and information - Blog, Free Webinars, Tools, Resource Directory and more.
Welcome to Alzheimer's Speaks Radio where we listen to all voices on dementia.
Today we are pleased to have Stephanie Erickson who will address the real tough conversation of decision making abilities with dementia.
Website Email (514) 795-7377
Our 2nd guest will be Vicki Tapia author of "Somebody Stole My Iron" who discuss her journey with dementia.
Email Vicki or go to her website
You can also contact her publisher via Email, Website or phone at 806.673.3901. Books can be purchased as paperback or eBooks via our website and on Amazon.
Check out Alzheimer's Speaks Website for more resources and information - Blog, Free Webinars, Tools, Resource Directory and more.
Welcome to Alzheimer's Speaks Radio where we listen to all voices at all levels regarding Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.
Today we are pleased to have wiht us Author Molly Carpenter, who wrote the book "Confidence to Care." All proceeds from the book will be donated to dementia-related charities through the Home Instead Senior Care Foundation.
Home Instead has also launched a free companion smartphone app to provide caregivers with immediate tips and practical advice for the many challenging behaviors and situations family members may face on a daily basis while caring for a loved one living with Alzheimer’s. Caregivers can download the app at the iTunes store or on helpforalzheimersfamilies.com.
Paul Hornback author of "God Still Remembers Me" will join us to discuss devotions for facing Alzheimer's disease with faith. This is the first devotinoal book written specifically for Alzheimer's by someone with the disease.
Check out Alzheimer's Speaks Website for more resoures and information - Blog, Free Webinars, Tools, Resource Directory and more.
Well known for her unique perspective and insights on life and also her journey through depression, Pauline Longdon shares her stroy today. Rae was with Pauline while she was in depression and had a front seat view of what Pauline went through. This show promises to be a candid and honest look at the insiders view of depression as well as offering a perspective from the carer as well.
The energy and connection between Pauline and Rae will make this a very memorable show and one you will want to listen to again and again.
Come and help the girls to move depression out of the darkness and into the light of love and life.
Angel Heart Radio is heart and soul global radio with more for you. More Inspiration, more support, more opportunities to feel heard and cared about. Why? Because you matter in the world.
Tune in this Sunday for a show full of fun chatter, information and discussion. We will be live on air at the usual time of 7pm UK time, 2pm EST and 11am PST.
We will be talking to a good friend of ours, Nessie, who is about to get her autistic/physically disabled son about their battle for him to go into independent living and the implications for her as a carer when he no longer lives at home. Plus our usual mix of news and chat with anyone else who stops by.
Tisme says: "I’m very excited to be asked back! I’m hoping to talk today about moving towards independent living with autism - getting a personal budget Aids and adaptations Employing PAs and Carers Writing Care plans."
Don't forget you can join us in the chat room, call in on the call in number or call in via the Skype link.
eCareDiary's caregiving expert, Margery Pabst will speak to John Mills and Susan Baida, Co-Founders of eCareDiary.com about the emotions and challenges they went through when their roles changed from being 'carers' to being 'cared-for'.