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Jeanne Marie Laskas is the New York Times best-selling author of Concussion (Penguin Random House, 2015) and the 2009 GQ article “Game Brain,” which inspired the Golden Globe-nominated movie, Concussion, starring Will Smith and Alec Baldwin.
Jean Marie joins the RC report to discuss the NFL's deliberate campaign to hide information on concussions from its players and the public. The NFL's reaction to the movie and meeting Will Smith.
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Prairie Elder Care one of this year’s 25 Under 25 ® winners will join host Kelly Scanlon to discuss the company’s philosophy on care for the elderly and how two great ideas and businesses have joined as one serving the growing and demanding needs of the aging community in Kansas City.
Mandy Shoemaker is the co-founder of Prairie Elder Care, which she founded with her sister in law, Michala Gibson in July of 2014. For 20 years Mandy worked as an elementary school teacher, consultant, and principal. In July of 2014, the first care home opened. Mandy and Michala currently have two residential care homes for people with dementia and have plans for expansion in 2017.
To hear more shows with host Kelly Scanlon, Please visit our archives.
Senior Care can be described as a wilderness of interconnected family decisions. Often people find that they have crash-landed into that situation. They ask such questions as “What do I do? Where do I turn for help?” The Road Map to Senior Care is the guiding light to help one negotiate the path to care. This book examines all of the options available for the care of senior loved ones in a clear, conversational fashion.
Author and our guest, Stephen Andriko, will provide expert analysis that affords the our listeners with a non-judgmental approach to navigate through the maze of confusion that surrounds this extremely sensitive subject. He will explore various delivery means such as in-home care or out-of-home placement highlighting the differences between similar services. Further, he will discuss average costs for the various alternatives and offer resources that can help along the journey. The purpose of Mr. Andriko's book and our discussion today is to minimize the effects that painful emotion can have on the decision process.
Feel free to call in today and ask questions or get expert advice on your senior care journey. Call 1-929-477-1393, join us live in the chat room, or download this episode and listen later at your convenience.
Join The Dementia Whisperer, co-host Scott Cluthe and our guest Stephen Andriko for an hour of essential advice, care advocacy and empathetic ears-we want to hear from YOU!
Good morning and welcome to Get Healthy Now with Denise Thomson, Founder and CEO of Miclknight. I am an Educator, Nurse, Fitness Trainer, Author, Speaker and Full-Circle Health Coach, focusing on Emotional, Spiritual, Physical and Mental Health.
Do you learn something new each and every day?
My Motos: "The day I can no longer learn anything new is the day I want to go 6 feet under"; and: "Give, Be and Do your best each and every day i.o. not to have any regrets".
How can we stimulate our brain, so we won't get Alzheimer's or Dementia early in our lives?
Speaking from personal experience with F-I-L who lived with us until he passed away:
Be active daily
Be around people daily, forces you to communicate, to listen, to think, to talk, all brain stimulated activities.
Sufficient hydration, mostly water:
Read or be read to, watch TV, interaction, go outside, protect your skin,
Take courses, seminars, classes, art classes, languages, music, etc.
Blue Ocean Brain (email): 4 Things Your Brain Hates About Work
In the world of work, our brain is fighting a constant battle to remain focused, produce results and work quickly. Here's what your brain is up against and what to do about it.
1. Your brain hates interruptions.
2. Your brain hates making mistakes.
3. Your brain hates to feel excluded.
4. Your brain hates to be left running.
Free Gift: http://www.helpguide.org/articles/alzheimers-dementia/alzheimers-and-dementia-prevention.htm
FLIGHT OF THE PICKERINGS: THE DANCE OF LOVE AND DEATH~
Guy Pickering has the biggest problem of his life. Dorothy, the only woman he’s ever loved, suffers with pain and dementia and has only weeks to live. Years ago, they made a pact. Whomever is suffering, the other will help in ending the pain. He knows what he has to do and he just can’t bring himself to do it. With love and honor in heart and a dread of loneliness, he decides to go with her into the afterlife. But Guy soon finds that he is not good at this sort of thing. A rebellious teenage grandson shows up unexpectedly, a fame-hungry reporter chases them and Guy’s most private event spirals out of control in front of an ever widening audience. Much to Guy’s frustration, Life keeps getting in the way of Death.
The Flight of the Pickerings is a love story that wrestles with end of life issues and our right for self-determination. Filled with tender moments and comic twists, this book engages the reader in one family’s final journey, a voyage all of us will take, sooner or later.
With the American population living longer, Alzheimer’s disease is becoming more prevalent. According to a professor at the University of Colorado at Denver, about half of those older than 85, or 5.2 million people, suffer from the disease. The current cost to the American economy is about $220 billion a year.
Our guest today is Dr. Huntington Potter, who works in the Department of Neurology and the Linda Crnic Institute for Down syndrome, said that if the disease could be delayed, even by five years, it would decrease the cost significantly.
Dr. Potter recognizes that as humans age, various health problems arise, but Alzheimer’s is one of the most expensive conditions because it requires around-the-clock attention in the middle to late stages.
Through their work, Potter and his colleagues at the Anschutz Medical Campus have discovered that people with Alzheimer’s have, over the course of their lives, developed Down-Syndrome-like cells throughout their bodies. These cells have three copies of Chromosome 21 rather than two. Those with Down syndrome, who are born with these cells, typically suffer Alzheimer’s in their 30s and dementia in their 40s
Join us in this intriguing conversation of hope through Dr. Potters amazing research. Call 929-477-1393 today, or download and listen later. You don't want to miss this!
in Self Help
Joe Di Prisco is the acclaimed author of Subway to California, All for Now, and Sun City and has co-authored books about child and family development and published two books of poetry. His newest novel, “The Alzhammer” is a comic and tragic look into the world of dementia.
For over twenty years, Joe taught various educational levels and has sat on, and consulted with, several non-profit boards in the areas of education, mental health, children’s welfare, and the arts. He is Chair Emeritus of Redwood Day School in Oakland, California. Visit www.diprisco.com.
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Part 4 of 12 "Intellectual"
Guest: James Adkins ( http://www.tricarecounseling.com/ )
Mr. Adkins, A licensed counselor and business owner discusses the steps needed to overcome grief in situations where your elderly parents or loved ones are suffering from memory loss. He is well known in the Tri Care communities for his leadership and health practices,including the diagnosis and treatment of mental and emotional issues, and use of a variety of therapeutic techniques.
Felton Wooten in his 12 part series instructs the listeners through interviews on the proper care for those at home and how to determine if your elderly relative is being abused in a care facility.
Felton Wooten is an author, workshop presenter, licensed Nursing Home Administrator and licensed Assistive Living Administrator. His most recent book is “Daddy the Other Parent”. He has co-authored an Abuse Prevention for the Caregiver Manual, developed a training DVD on elder abuse prevention and published an article in the Values Realization Journal on “Making a Career Change”. www.thinkBIGradio.com/host-felton-wooten
Know someone dealing with forgetfulness, dementia or psychotic episodes? Dial 347-850-8486 at 8p ET/7p CT Wednesday, April 6th to get updated natural health best practices for managing these conditions and learn how Symptometry Root Cause Therapeutics actually helps people overcome them for good.
Special Guest: Dr. Charlie Abbott of Symptometry of North Carolina, LLC. In addtion to being an licensed symptometrist and doctor of Asian Medicine, Dr. Abbott serves as the Director of Administration at the American School of Symptometry supports the next generation of therapeutic scientists specializing in curing disease at the cellular, genetic and DNA levels.
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Forgetting more and more? Daily tasks easily slipping your mind? You're not alone. In 2013, researchers began to release findings on what they termed "Digital Dementia", and the effects of technology on short-term memory loss.
What about environmental factors? How is our current climate, e.g. fumes we breathe, our drinking water, what we eat, contributing to our inability to remember our way through the day?
What of our bodies? Menopause? Fibromyalgia Fog?
Join us tonight as we discuss this very prevalent and increasing , but rarely discussed issue.
We begin at 7:00pm, with news and sports. At 7:30 pm, we engage. The call-in number, (646) 668-2620. We are on Facebook at No-Tea With Chrita and Cryss and Twitter, #noteatalkradio.
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One of the key reasons for memory loss is a deficiency of brain specific nutrients. Omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants go a long way toward preventing memory loss.
Berries, cold water fish, and certain spices can be great ways to get more nutrients to your brain. Incorporating these into your regular diet will help prevent things like Alzheimer’s and other causes of dementia.
So, yes, it’s true — you can actually eat your way to good health! Tune in at 7PM est Wednesday April 6 for the rest of the story.
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