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Join us on our very first episode of Dementia Real Talk. Our podcast is designed to provide information and real life, practical approaches to help those diagnosed with dementia and care partners live their best lives and Thrive.
On this episode, Judi shares insights into signs of normal aging versus possible signs of dementia. We also discuss important information to share with your physician and the first signs that Jerry saw that his mom was having concerning memory problems.
Dementia coach, Judi Pritchard talks with local pharmacy owner, Kim Blair about the importance of managing all of your medications and utilizing your local pharmacist to do so.
Vickie Harris, owner of Mending Hearts, LLC joins Judi to discuss important questions everyone should ask before hiring a sitting service.
Getting diagnosed early can be of great benefit in helping you or your care-partner understand how to better adapt your everyday life to keep thriving for as long as possible!
This podcast will you understand the steps you may need to take once you or a loved-one receives a diagnosis of dementia. With the right team in place around you and with a plan in place, you can thrive for many wonderful years with dementia!
When is it time for you or your loved-one with dementia to stop driving? This podcast gives you some basic things to look for when determining when it's time to "hang up the keys"
Wandering is a common issue when living with dementia. On this podcast we are joined by Alabaster Police Department's Cpl.John St. Pierre as he teaches us about local services to help with registration of your loved one for first responders as well as some awesome products used for locating loved ones that have wandered away!
Sleep is an important aspect of your and your care-partner's well-being. There are many things that are proven to help you go to sleep and stay asleep when living with dementia and this podcast discusses some of those strategies.
Did you know that hearing loss could potentially lead to to dementia?
Join us as we interview Jessie Hillock, owner of The Memory Compass, LLC. As a certified SLP, Jessie has specialized her private practice on helping people living with dementia and explains why a Speech-Language Pathologist needs to be a key member of your Dementia Thrive Network.
In honor of Better Speech and Hearing Month, we are going to continue our series on including the Speech Pathologist in your Dementia Thrive Network. Today, we’re going to talk about swallowing problems that often occur in the later stages of dementia and our guest is Natasha Patete Richardson, CCC-SLP, Valley View Hospital, Glenwood Springs, Colorado