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 I hope dementia care can become in the United States—and why I don’t think it’s there yet. Check out my first book,”When Someone You
Find out what it really means to Embrace Their Reality(TM) and why I am spending the time (and money!) to trademark the phrase! Read more
What does ansognosia mean and how does it impact dementia? Is it better to be unaware of what’s happening in your body? Hear my thoughts
You’re probably grieving, but don’t realize it. In this episode, I talk all about ambiguous loss and anticipatory grief—and why it’s okay to feel this
Geriatrics is a tough world to jump into, and when you’re the person families talk to first, you’re expected to know just about everything. That’s
Welcome to Season 2 of the Dementia By Day Podcast! My “20 Things” list was born from my original, “16 Things,” which was SUPER popular
Get the full copy here: www.rachaelwonderlin.com/products I am often asked if my book, “When Someone You Know is Living in a Dementia Care Community,” is
“He described all the symptoms of dementia, but then said his mom didn’t have dementia.” What does dementia ACTUALLY look like? Why is it so
Tim Johnston, PhD is with me today on the podcast to discuss aging and dementia care in the LGBT population! Join us as we delve
16 Things I Would Want If I Got Dementia
Get the FREE “16 Things” poster for your personal use—or better yet—your dementia care community’s staff break room!
I wrote this poem years ago, but to date, it’s the most popular piece I’ve ever created.