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Jacqueline Marcell was so compelled by caring for her elderly parents, both with Alzheimer's which went undiagnosed for over a year, she gave up her career as a television executive to become an advocate for eldercare awareness and reform. Jacqueline is the devoted daughter in her best-selling book, Elder Rage, which has been endorsed by Hugh Downs, Regis Philbin, Johns Hopkins Memory Clinic, and the National Adult Day Services Association -- who honored Jacqueline with their Media Award. She also received “Advocate of the Year” from the National Association of Women Business Owners at their Remarkable Women Awards.
Jacqueline has been on the TODAY SHOW, CNN, and was featured in a cover story of the AARP Bulletin.
Join us as she talks about the importance of EARLY diagnosis/treatment of Alzheimer’s--and that there can still be a good life for everyone in the family after a diagnosis of dementia, if it is properly managed medically & behaviorally.
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