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Atria Senior Living Sponsors FREE Educational Events in Cape Cod

Cape Cod Welcomes

Lori La Bey October 24th

3 FREE Live Events

For Professionals & Families

Sponsored by Atria Woodbriar 

 

Additional Programs are Scheduled at:

Oct. 25th, 2017 – Atria Marland Place in Massachusetts (978-357-8628)

Oct. 26th, 2017 – Atria Stratford in Connecticut (203-916-5124)

Oct. 26th, 2017 – Atria Crossroads Place (860-910-4785)

Watch “His Neighbor Phil” Trailer

We Set Sail In 3 Weeks

Join Us!

We are honored by your response to our offering of the Dementia Friendly Symposium and Cruise and we are encouraging people to book their cabins before we are sold out!

For more details on the symposium and cruise go to https://alzheimersspeaks.com/cruise-with-us

Click here for the Symposium Program

Kathy Shoaf the travel agent handling the symposium and cruise can be reached at: 219-608-2002 or email her at Kathy.Shoaf@CruisePlanners.com

Learn What the City of Roseville, MN

to be Dementia Friendly

Download the Tips Below

Insights from Arthur’s 

Here is One of Many Free Tips

Contact Lori La Bey to Host the Dementia Film

“His Neighbor Phil”

 

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Making Caregiving Less Disruptive

Making Caregiving Less Disruptive

Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio

with Liz O’Donnell

2pm EST, 1pm CST, 12pm MST, 11am PST and 7pm London

Tuesday October 17th, 2017, Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio Host Lori La Bey will speak with Liz O’Donnell the author of Mogul, Mom & Maid: The Balancing Act of the Modern Woman.  Her book picks up where other business books leave off. Liz will discuss the impact caregiving can have on women, their careers and ways businesses can support those trying to balance both. Her website WorkingDaughter.com supports women who are balancing caring for an aging parent and their career. Liz is the founder of Rent-A-Sister, a company that provides support services to family caregivers. Join us for an interesting conversation and learn how to make caregiving less disruptive in your life.

Liz O’Donnell can be reached:

Blog WorkingDaughter.com

Phone:  617-433-8003

Twitter:  @LizOD

We Set Sail In 3 Weeks

Join Us!

We are honored by your response to our offering of the Dementia Friendly Symposium and Cruise and we are encouraging people to book their cabins before we are sold out!

For more details on the symposium and cruise go to https://alzheimersspeaks.com/cruise-with-us

Click here for the Symposium Program

Kathy Shoaf the travel agent handling the symposium and cruise can be reached at: 219-608-2002 or email her at Kathy.Shoaf@CruisePlanners.com

Learn What the City of Roseville, MN

to be Dementia Friendly

Click Below to Download the Tips

Insights from Arthur’s 

Here is One of Many Free Tips

Host the Dementia Film “His Neighbor Phil”

 

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Selfcare: Stress, Empathy & Sympathy

Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio

Selfcare: Stress, Empathy & Sympathy

with Dr. Arthur P. Ciaramicoli

Today Dr. Arthur P. Ciaramicoli, a licensed clinical psychologist joins us.  He has been treating clients for more than 35 years. He has been on the faculty of Harvard Medical School for several years, Chief Psychologist at Metrowest Medical Center, and director of the Metrowest Counseling Center and of the Alternative Medicine division of Metrowest Wellness Center in Framingham, Massachusetts. Dr. Ciaramicoli has written numerous books and has appeared on national TV shows like CNN, Fox News Boston, Good Morning America Weekend, The O’Reilly Report, and other shows.  His latest book, The Stress Solution: Using Empathy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Reduce Anxiety and Develop Resilience was recently published in China.

Contact Information for Dr. Ciaramicoli:

Book: “The Stress Solution”

Website

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Film Director Kevin O’Neill Discusses Dementia

Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio

with Film Director Kevin O’Neill

Today we are lucky to have Kevin O’Neill who worked in television and film on shows like “Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman”, “Beverly Hills 90121″and “Highway to Heaven.” Kevin’s thirty-year background in acting has made him a strong director with actors. He has written and directed several short films, “Clark”, “Captain Fin”, “Lean”, Perception and “Undertaking.” “Undertaking” starred Los Angeles veteran Eddie Jemison.

Kevin’s short films have toured the film festival circuit winning ten grand jury awards. He has written four feature scripts “Thundersmack”, “Trestles”, “Undertaking” and “The Flamingo Kids”. Kevin has been a Course Director at Full Sail University where he has taught directing for over ten years. He has taught acting classes for the last twenty years in the Orlando area. In 2014 Kevin won two Bronze Telly Awards for his role in Online How To/ Instructional and Internet/Online Education videos.

Contact Information For Kevin O’Neill

FACEBOOK  https://www.facebook.com/KevinJamesONeill

TWITTER  https://twitter.com/KevinONeill5

OLIVE RANCH ROAD PRODUCTIONS  http://www.oliveranchroadproductions.com        

     The Impact of Humor and Laughter

when Living with Dementia

We discussed the impact of humor and laughter as perceptions of both change as the disease progresses. I think you might be surprised at some points made by those living with dementia during this conversation.

We Still Have Room on the

Dementia Cruise of Compassion & Camaraderie

Join Us!

We are honored by your response to our offering of the Dementia Friendly Symposium and Cruise and we are encouraging people to book their cabins before we are sold out!

For more details on the symposium and cruise go to https://alzheimersspeaks.com/cruise-with-us

Click here for the Symposium Program

Kathy Shoaf the travel agent handling the symposium and cruise can be reached at: 219-608-2002 or email her at Kathy.Shoaf@CruisePlanners.com

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Find a Memory Cafe & Get Resources

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Push Research Forward. Join the A-List

An Important message from our friend Meryl Comer:

We want what you want when it comes to figuring out solutions to the challenges we all face on our personal Alzheimer’s journeys. Take the critical issue of recruitment for clinical trials. How do you figure out whether you or a loved one is eligible, or if there is even a trial or study close to home? These simple online tools from two trusted A-List partners will help you get started, so just click below to get started.


Roobrik: click here to take a free, 4-minute assessment to learn more about clinical research and decide whether participating in a research study is right for you. You will be asked a series of questions to help you understand how factors such as age and health can affect which studies you might be eligible for, and what exactly is involved in clinical studies.

Antidote: click here when you are ready to look for a clinical trial. You will be asked a series of questions to determine which trials may be right for you.

Please give us feedback on your experience and look out for the next round of decision tree tools on issues like “Is It Still Smart To Drive” and “Is Homecare Right For You.”

Meryl Comer, A-List Team Member & 20-year Alzheimer’s care partner

 

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Children Discuss a Parent or Grandparent Having Dementia

We Love When People Send Us Great Videos

Thank You Roger Santos!      

              The Impact of Humor and Laughter

when Living with Dementia

We discussed the impact of humor and laughter as perceptions of both change as the disease progresses. I think you might be surprised at some points made by those living with dementia during this conversation.

Join Us – We Still Have Room on the

Dementia Cruise of Compassion & Camaraderie

We are honored by your response to our offering of the Dementia Friendly Symposium and Cruise and we are encouraging people to book their cabins before we are sold out!

For more details on the symposium and cruise go to https://alzheimersspeaks.com/cruise-with-us

Click here for the Symposium Program

Kathy Shoaf the travel agent handling the symposium and cruise can be reached at: 219-608-2002 or email her at Kathy.Shoaf@CruisePlanners.com

Click Below to Download the Tips

Find a Memory Cafe & Get Resources

Read More to Get Resources

Push Research Forward. Join the A-List

An Important message from our friend Meryl Comer:

We want what you want when it comes to figuring out solutions to the challenges we all face on our personal Alzheimer’s journeys. Take the critical issue of recruitment for clinical trials. How do you figure out whether you or a loved one is eligible, or if there is even a trial or study close to home? These simple online tools from two trusted A-List partners will help you get started, so just click below to get started.


Roobrik: click here to take a free, 4-minute assessment to learn more about clinical research and decide whether participating in a research study is right for you. You will be asked a series of questions to help you understand how factors such as age and health can affect which studies you might be eligible for, and what exactly is involved in clinical studies.

Antidote: click here when you are ready to look for a clinical trial. You will be asked a series of questions to determine which trials may be right for you.

Please give us feedback on your experience and look out for the next round of decision tree tools on issues like “Is It Still Smart To Drive” and “Is Homecare Right For You.”

Meryl Comer, A-List Team Member & 20-year Alzheimer’s care partner

 

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Brain Longevity Therapy Training

The Alzheimer’s Research & Prevention Foundation

Announces a New Dementia Program:

Brain Longevity Therapy Training

Purchase Training

Dates: Thursday, October 19 – Sunday, October 22, 2017

Arrival: Wednesday, October 18, 2017 in the evening

Departure: Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 12 noon

Where: DeNeve Plaza, 351 Charles E. Young Drive West, Los Angeles, CA 90024

Click Here for More Details

Livestreaming Attendance Now Available!

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 The Impact of Humor and Laughter

when Living with Dementia

We discussed the impact of humor and laughter as perceptions of both change as the disease progresses. I think you might be surprised at some points made by those living with dementia during this conversation.

Facilitated By
Eilon Caspi, Ph.D., Gerontologist and Dementia Behavior Specialist
http://dementiabehaviorconsulting.com
http://eiloncaspiabbr.tumblr.com

Join Us – We Still Have Room on the

Dementia Cruise of Compassion & Camaraderie

We are honored by your response to our offering of the Dementia Friendly Symposium and Cruise and we are encouraging people to book their cabins before we are sold out!

For more details on the symposium and cruise go to https://alzheimersspeaks.com/cruise-with-us

Click here for the Symposium Program

Kathy Shoaf the travel agent handling the symposium and cruise can be reached at: 219-608-2002 or email her at Kathy.Shoaf@CruisePlanners.com

Click Below to Download the Tips

Find a Memory Cafe & Get Resources

 

Read More to Get Resources

Push Research Forward. Join the A-List

An Important message from our friend Meryl Comer:

We want what you want when it comes to figuring out solutions to the challenges we all face on our personal Alzheimer’s journeys. Take the critical issue of recruitment for clinical trials. How do you figure out whether you or a loved one is eligible, or if there is even a trial or study close to home? These simple online tools from two trusted A-List partners will help you get started, so just click below to get started.


Roobrik: click here to take a free, 4-minute assessment to learn more about clinical research and decide whether participating in a research study is right for you. You will be asked a series of questions to help you understand how factors such as age and health can affect which studies you might be eligible for, and what exactly is involved in clinical studies.

Antidote: click here when you are ready to look for a clinical trial. You will be asked a series of questions to determine which trials may be right for you.

Please give us feedback on your experience and look out for the next round of decision tree tools on issues like “Is It Still Smart To Drive” and “Is Homecare Right For You.”

Meryl Comer, A-List Team Member & 20-year Alzheimer’s care partner

 

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The Impact of Humor and Laughter when Living with Dementia

The Impact of Humor and Laughter

when Living with Dementia

 Welcome To Dementia Chats Where Voices of Those Diagnosed with Dementia are Heard and Raised.

Today we discussed the impact of humor and laughter as perceptions of both change as the disease progresses. I think you might be surprised at some points made by those living with dementia during this conversation.

Dementia Chats™ was created with the intention to educate people living with dementia; their care partners both family and friends as well as professionals and advocates. Our Experts are those diagnosed with dementia. We have been doing this series since July of 2012. – See more at: https://www.alzheimersspeaks.com/dementia-chats-webinar

Thank You To Our Experts Living With Dementia:

Michael Ellenbogen
Truthful Loving Kindness
Brian LeBlanc
Harry Urban

Brought To You By and Facilitated By Lori La Bey, Founder of
www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com

Facilitated By
Eilon Caspi, Ph.D., Gerontologist and Dementia Behavior Specialist
http://dementiabehaviorconsulting.com
http://eiloncaspiabbr.tumblr.com

Dementia Cruise of Compassion & Camaraderie

We are honored by your response to our offering of the Dementia Friendly Symposium and Cruise and we are encouraging people to book their cabins before we are sold out!

For more details on the symposium and cruise go to https://alzheimersspeaks.com/cruise-with-us

Click here for the Symposium Program

Kathy Shoaf the travel agent handling the symposium and cruise can be reached at: 219-608-2002 or email her at Kathy.Shoaf@CruisePlanners.com

 

Click Below to Download the Tips

 

Insights from Arthur’s

Here is One of Many Free Video Tips

Define What “Quality” Means to You

Open To All In The U.S.

University of Minnesota PhD candidate Heather Davila describes a survey to get input from people age 55+ family members, and professionals who work in the field of aging services about which aspects of “quality” in aging services matter most.

To take the survey go here: www.tinyurl.com/Qagesurvey

Contact: Heather Davila,

Email:  wood0132@umn.edu

Find a Memory Cafe & Get Resources

Read More to Get Resources

Push Research Forward. Join the A-List

An Important message from our friend Meryl Comer:

We want what you want when it comes to figuring out solutions to the challenges we all face on our personal Alzheimer’s journeys. Take the critical issue of recruitment for clinical trials. How do you figure out whether you or a loved one is eligible, or if there is even a trial or study close to home? These simple online tools from two trusted A-List partners will help you get started, so just click below to get started.


Roobrik: click here to take a free, 4-minute assessment to learn more about clinical research and decide whether participating in a research study is right for you. You will be asked a series of questions to help you understand how factors such as age and health can affect which studies you might be eligible for, and what exactly is involved in clinical studies.

Antidote: click here when you are ready to look for a clinical trial. You will be asked a series of questions to determine which trials may be right for you.

Please give us feedback on your experience and look out for the next round of decision tree tools on issues like “Is It Still Smart To Drive” and “Is Homecare Right For You.”

Meryl Comer, A-List Team Member & 20-year Alzheimer’s care partner

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