Dementia care is not black and white. It’s an artform that takes practice and education to improve.
We’re BACK for Season 4!
This podcast is for anyone who knows an individual living with dementia. You’ll get tangible, accessible tips and techniques to solve your biggest dementia challenges. Through storytelling, humor, and real-life experience, you’ll gain important insights into dementia care communication.
‘What if my mom believes something that’s not true, and I keep embracing her reality… won’t that eventually make her more confused?’ You’ve probably already
I get this question all the time! For starters, I don’t like the term “memory care.” Why? Because not all people living with dementia have
This question is more common than you think, and it’s usually related to doing different tasks around the house that we all take for granted,
This one usually comes along with, “Is he going to lose his ability to speak altogether?” The answer is, like everything else with dementia…maybe. Aphasia
This is a great question because this issue comes up differently for everybody. I’ve had clients who would get in the shower no problem one
If you’ve been listening to this podcast for a while, you’ll probably know the answer to this one… YOU DON’T TELL THEM. Your loved one
This is a raw question that I hear pretty often… how do I tell my loved one that somebody in their lives has passed away?
What do you do when a loved one has received the diagnosis of dementia? Who and where do you turn to? Honestly, most people figure
This is a question I get asked pretty frequently. Note: If you haven’t listened to last week’s episode about embracing somebody’s reality, I recommend you
16 Things I Would Want If I Got Dementia
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I wrote this poem years ago, but to date, it’s the most popular piece I’ve ever created.