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Join Joyce and Aaron as we interview Karen Tyrell, author of "Cracking The Dementia Code, Creative Solutions to Cope With Changed Behaviors." If you have a loved one who is suffering with dementia, listen in to hear coping skills and how to ease their agitation.
Joyce Joneschiet (Jonah-shite) Principal interior designer of Encore Living Interiors and Publisher of Encore Life Magazine hosts Encore Living Radio with her co-host Aaron D. Murphy, a licensed Architect, President of ADM Architecture and Managing Editor of EmpoweringTheMatureMind.com.
Many of us are uneducated in the world of aging....We fail to tap into our sensitivity as we see our aging parents and grandparents...Sometimes we even assume that their cry for help through forgetfulness, is just a means for attention.
How is it possible at the age of 78 to remember what was taught during our toddler stages, but forgetting we graduated with honors from a prestigeious college? How can we remember how to cook during golden years, but forget we gave birth to 4 beautiful children?
How does it feel when you own mother no longer recognizes you? Or your dad never remembers you name?
Let us open the door to Dementia and allow the details to be shared with us....
Changes in the behavior of a person with dementia are very common. Understanding why someone is behaving in a particular way may help you with some ideas about how to cope.
Today’s show will share tips and resources to help you thrive in the midst of caring for someone with these challenging behaviors. For more on this relevant and interesting topic, tune in Thursday 8/28 at 5pm (PDT) via any device that connects you to the internet, or call (949) 270-5908. #LifeisaSacredJourney
This show is about living with Quails.
Believe me. It's not easy. They are all kinds of trouble. And herding them is about as difficult as herding cats. Oh. And don't get me started about Cats.
The stories I could tell you.
But, back to Quails. We have big quails and little quails and all sizes in between.
But when you have a husband, who is named after the Quail, and whose great great grandfather, the Ornatholigist discoverded that Quail and is famous … well … that's hard to live down.
Join one of new staff members, Jessica LeMaster, as she adds to our magazine-on-tape service with her article "Positioned for Missions" in the My Witnessing Story column in the Summer 2014 Blessed Living Women's E-Magazine.
We realize how busy everyone is so we offer this magazine-on-tape service so that you can listen to the magazine as you run errands around town. In this podcast, Jessica not only reads her fantastic article of how God provided for her every step of the way on three mission trips to South Africa, Hong Kong, and India, but she adds some behind-the-article information after her reading.
I think you'll really enjoy hearing Jessica's testimony and her enthusiasm for the LORD.
The entire magazine is offered for FREE at www.blwemag.com. Please tell your friends and family about this magazine. And if God is laying an article on your heart, let us know about it.
The International Caregivers Association (ICA) creates and delivers effective caregiving solutions to benefit not only patients, but also families, homecare workers, hospital staff, and long-term care employees. ICA for Alzheimer's and Dementia Caregiving is "source solution" oriented. Physicians, nurses and home healthcare givers gain techniques to improve cooperation, reduce stress, and help build networks. Facility Administrators and Caregivers acquire care solutions to improve quality of life for everyone impacted by dementia, while enhancing operations and reducing costs. Healthcare students benefit from learning techniques and applications that make a meaningful difference. For anyone seeking to learn how to care for or improve the quality of care, ICA provides it -- compassionately around the world day and night with information, tools, and techniques. "Because every human life is sacred, individuals living with Alzheimer’s/dementia must be able to feel safe, retain a sense of independence, be respected and treated ethically." Through online accredited training and ambitious teams around the world in South America, Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and North America, Dr.Ethelle Lord (President of ICA) is promoting a mission doused in her life's passion. Presentations are scheduled at the 24th Annual Conference of Alzheimer's Europe and 9th International Conference on Frontotemporal Dementias. Dr. Lord's realization of the great need for adopting a uniform way of delivering dementia care to professionals and families came through her own caregiving journey. Her husband was diagnosed in January 2003 with Vascular Dementia following a triple bypass surgery. She authored the first Alzheimer’s primer, “How in the World... and Now What Do I Do?” Now, with a pending book release, expanding ICA, plus Remembering 4 You, she joins us to share the far-reaching impact.
Katie Brandt is a powerful public speaker and passionate advocate, educator and trainer in the areas of caregiver support, frontotemporal degeneration (FTD) and the impact of dementia on caregivers and families. Presentations at conferences, colleges, skilled nursing facilities, Massachusetts General Hospital, and the Massachusetts State House have focused on the medical, legal, financial, logistical and emotional challenges of caring for a loved one with dementia.
As Regional Network Coordinator for the Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration, she provides support to families, and helps medical professionals think creatively about how they can enhance partnerships with caregivers to improve outcomes for patients.
At a recent conference on Customer Centric Medical Information, Katie participated on a panel: Understanding the Role of Self-Educated Patients as Medical Information Customers.
On Rare Disease Day 2014 she spoke at a session at the Massachusetts State House.
Katie shares her own story with Joyce and Mike, and talks with them about caregiving, customer centric medical information and teamwork.
For more information on Frontotemporal Degeneration and dementia, please see
Celebrity interviews regarding obesity and its relation to dementia, anti aging, arthritis, cancer and heart disease. The Dr. Repices' host the show and talk about life style changes for a healthier and longer life.We also offer non surgical fat removal with diffent modalities so that there is no cutting or down time. We also offer a lipolight lifestyle program for you to lose weight and shoe at the same time. Are you worried about dementia, heart disease? Call in to our show or just listen.
Although she is legally blind, Nancy Solari is a successful business owner, life coach, radio host, speaker and author. Today, she brings her life lessons to audiences, inspiring people to push through their challenges and live life full out.
When Nancy was sixteen years old, she was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa and over the years experienced subtle yet measurable vision loss.
She decided early that she was going to fulfill all of her dreams regardless of her disability. As result, she has worked for Good Morning America and Entertainment Tonight, had a successful music career, and has been a top producing realtor in Southern California since 2001. Besides real estate, Nancy focuses her energy on professional speaking with great success, speaking to large audiences and coaching individuals who want to learn her methods for being fulfilled.
Currently, Nancy hosts Living Full Out with Nancy Solari on Talk Radio 790 KABC, which reaches audiences in Los Angeles and Orange counties.
Nancy is an authentic, passionate, and successful example of how you can live the life you want with the right mindset and foundation, regardless of the challenges you face.
Additionally, Nancy goes out dancing at night, spends time with her friends, goes to the gym, takes her dog for walks, travels solo, and is always reaching out to meet the next challenge in life head-on with a smile on her face.
“I am one step away from becoming a self-imposed Cinderella,” laments our staff writer, B. Abbey Gayle as she wrestles against her own flesh and blood in battling STUFF. She confesses to having a Garage that requires a waiver to enter. But she has had the success of conquering the Kitchen Drawer and lived to tell us about it.
Join our assistant editor Susan Hopek as she reads this amazing, yet convicting article “Help, I’m Stuck” from the Spring 2014 issue of Blessed Living Women’s E-magazine.
We offer this magazine-on-tape for all of you who race from Bible study to choir practice to picking up loved ones at their lessons. We know you might find it hard to find the time to sit down and read a magazine article.
But when you do have the time, we invite you to read the FREE online Blessed Living Women’s E-Magazine at blwemag.com. Or stay tuned to our next podcast for another magazine article on tape session. Enjoy our previous 14 podcasts either here at blogtalkradio, itunes, stitcher, YouTube, or on the website itself.
Blessings – now go conquer your Kitchen Drawer.
Introducing the newest issue of the FREE Blessed Living Women's E-Magazine, publisher Jill Bond briefly describes several articles.
Issue 4 -- When Life Hurts is available world-wide via www.blwemag.com
Let’s admit it. Sometimes life just hurts. Sometimes we’re immersed in physical pain. While at others the pain is more emotional. The worst pain to me is always spiritual pain – especially of my own making.
But the good news in all of this is that God provides answers for us. When it is physical pain, through prayer and Bible study we can discern what actions He wants us to a take. With emotional pain, as in deep grief, only He can sustain us and get us through it. And with spiritual pain, that amazing, sacrificial blood of Jesus cures it all. That pain, though the worst for some because they seem to cling to it as if it were a lifesaver, can be the cause of so much joy for those who hand it over to Christ. He can take that hurt and transform it to purity, forgiveness, and redemption.
Sometimes the pain lingers, sometimes the pain dissipates, and sometimes it just disappears instantly. But in each and every instance of hurting, God can work a mighty work in who we are as people.
Join our writers in this issue as they learn more about our loving Abba Father who works miracles when our lives hurt.
Our Sister-in-Focus, Louise Carson, has triumphed marvelously with a life filled with complications and pain and yet, her praises reach His throne room.
We introduce several guest writers: Donna Conner, Krista Browning, and Emily Kirby. To give you some emotional white space, we add some practicality with apple recipes, soaking solutions, refurbishing examples, bread tie uses, computer fixes, and a custom nativity set plan. Our staff fills in the rest with articles.
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