How to Use Art to Reach Those with Dementia: Proven Strategies to Connect
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By Marianne Sciucco, New York, US Have you heard these myths about the power of art in dementia care? Myth 1: Only artistic individuals can benefit from art therapy. Myth 2: People with advanced dementia can't engage in creative activities. Myth 3: Art therapy is only ..read more
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How Jane Dwinell and Sky Yardley Shared Their Dementia Story Across America
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By Christy Byrne Yates, MS, LEP, California, US Jane Dwinell, co-author of Alzheimer’s Canyon: One Couple’s Reflections on Living with Dementia, brings a heartfelt and personal touch to the podcast. As a former Unitarian Universalist minister and with a background in ..read more
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Grace Under Pressure: A Caregiver’s Journey from Professional to Personal
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By Christy Byrne Yates, MS, California, US Discover the unexpected truth about dementia care from a professional who found herself on the other side of caregiving. Get ready to uncover the surprising insights that transformed her perspective and could change yours ..read more
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AlzAuthors Named in Feedspot’s Best Dementia Blogs and Websites
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By Marianne Sciucco, New York, US AlzAuthors is honored to be chosen as one of the top 80 Best Dementia Blogs and Websites to follow in 2024! We were selected from thousands of blogs on the web and ranked by traffic, social media followers and freshness. We’re joined ..read more
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Diagnosis: Dementia by Nicole J. Smith
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Nicole J. Smith, Arizona, USA When I discovered more about dementia and how it would profoundly change my mother’s life, our lives, I created a timeline and jotted down journal entries to track the growing chaos. I made many cross-country trips to help my mother ..read more
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Exploring End-of-Life Care in Dementia with Anne Kenny, MD
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By Marianne Sciucco, New York, USA Anne Kenny, MD had been practicing medicine for more than 30 years, recognized by her peers as a “Top Doc” in Geriatric Medicine, but that did not make her caregiving journey with her mother any easier. In fact, when the professional ..read more
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Everything You’ve Always Wanted to Know About Living with Dementia, part 2
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By Marianne Sciucco, New York, United States In a world filled with uncertainty, there is one journey that unfolds with a twist so unexpected it leaves us breathless. A twist that reveals the unyielding strength and resilience of the human spirit. Today, we invite you ..read more
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Finding Peace in Chaos: A Caregiver’s Journey in a War Zone with Miriam Green
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By Marianne Sciucco, New York, USA In a health crisis, we often refer to our journey as a "battle." We may see ourselves as "warriors." This is true for those impacted by Alzheimer's and dementia. The diagnosis brings uncertainty, disruption, and fear. But what ..read more
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I’ll Remember, Poppy: Dementia’s Impact on Children
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Anne O'Brien Carelli, New York, USAIt was a rainy day, and I was on vacation. My plan was to read, write, and relax, taking advantage of time away from emails and phone.But a year before, I had suddenly been thrust into the role of caregiver of a loved one with ..read more
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Betty the Bald Chicken – Lessons in How to Care
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By Lori LaBey, Minnesota, USA Betty the Bald Chicken – Lessons in How to Care came to me in a dream, about twenty-five years into my family's journey with dementia. My mother Dorothy lived a total of thirty years with the disease and as they say, dementia is not a ..read more
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