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Revolutionizing Sleep and Comfort with Tausi

Listen Live or Listen at Your Convenience Tuesday – June 6th, 2023 – 2pm EST, 1pm CST, 12pm MST, 11am PST & 7pm London GMT, 9pm South Africa SAST, and on the 7th at 6am in Australia AEDT

Revolutionize Sleep and Comfort with Tausi, Invented by Janice Shokrian

Today I’m excited to introduce you all to Janice Shokrian.  She is the Inventor, Founder, and CEO of Tausi Brands. Tausi’s mission is to “Elevate Comfort, One Pillowcase at a Time.” We will learn how her love for her father led to the invention of Tausi which Holds Heads Up, So Heart Can Feel Full.

By Now & Take Advantage Of The Discount Code – Comfy 20%

Learn:

  1. What does the Tausi Brand offer?
  2. How does the Tausi pillowcase work?
  3. People who can benefit from a Tausi pillowcase
  4. How can the Tausi pillowcase help people engage?
  5. Why would a pillow case help people feel more comfortable visiting a loved one?

Are You Dealing With Any Of The Following?

Neck Pain

Back Pain

Sleep Upright (like in a recliner)

Sinus Issues

Breast or Chest Surgery

Cardiactric issues

Cancer

Chemo Treatments

Drainage Tubes

Travel

Eye Surgery

Travel

Drive

Dental Surgery

New Parents

Gamers

Read in Bed

College Students

Lounge poolside

Strokes

Sleep Apnea

Use Oxygen

By Now & Take Advantage Of The Discount Code – Comfy 20%

Contact Janice Shokrian of Tausi Brands

Website  https://tausibrands.com

Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/TausiBrands

LinkedIn   https://www.linkedin.com/in/janiceshokrian

Instagram  https://www.instagram.com/tausibrands

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Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio – Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort worldwide one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sound news, not just sound bites since 2011.

Check Out Alzheimer’s Speaks & Find all our FREE Educational Resources along with a variety of other services

https://alzheimersspeaks.com/ 

Check Out Lori La Bey’s Book Betty the Bald Chicken An Ideal Tool for Schools, Libraries, Support Groups, Children, and Adults

Order Now – A Great Gift For Anyone At Any Age

Paperback 978-1-952976-86-5 Hardcover 978-1-952976-87-2

Library of Congress Control Number: 2022948781

Reviews on Amazon and Barnes & Noble Are Appreciated!

FREE Resources Along With A Variety Of Services At www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com or Contact Lori La Bey.

Lori La Bey and Alzheimer’s Speaks Can Help Your Organization With Staff Training, Family Support, Perspective Clients, and Support Gatherings.

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Our Host, Lori La Bey talks with Tara Jenkins who is a board-certified music therapist, certified dementia practitioner, and Montessori dementia care professional with 16 years of experience working in the eldercare field. She is the co-author of “Music, Memory, and Meaning: How to Effectively Use Music to Connect with Aging Loved Ones” and the founder of Harmony in Dementia, which provides group and individual music therapy services, music consultation services, and music workshops and training for older adults, carers, and professionals. 

Learn:

  1. How it works and why
  2. The different types of music therapy
  3. How to personalize a music playlist
  4. How it can change moods
  5. How and why it improves self-esteem
  6. How it can reduce loneliness and isolation
  7. The benefits for all of us throughout life

Listen To The Podcast Below

Contact Tara Jenkins With Harmony In Dementia

Website   

www.HarmonyInDementia.com

Email  

Contact@HarmonyInDementia.com 

Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn 

@HarmonyInDementia

Contact Lori La Bey

Email

Check Out Alzheimer’s Speaks & Find all our FREE Educational Resources along with a variety of other services

www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com   

Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio – Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort around the world one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sound news, not just sound bites since 2011.

Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio – Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort worldwide one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sound news, not just sound bites since 2011.

Check Out Lori La Bey’s Book Betty the Bald Chicken An Ideal Tool for Schools, Libraries, Support Groups, Children, and Adults

Order Now – A Great Gift For Anyone At Any Age

Paperback 978-1-952976-86-5 Hardcover 978-1-952976-87-2

Library of Congress Control Number: 2022948781

Reviews on Amazon and Barnes & Noble Are Appreciated!

FREE Resources Along With A Variety Of Services At www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com or Contact Lori La Bey.

Lori La Bey and Alzheimer’s Speaks Can Help Your Organization With Staff Training, Family Support, Perspective Clients, and Support Gatherings.

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Learn About the Magic of Music And How To Leverage It, In Dementia Care

Listen Live or Listen at Your Convenience Thursday – May 25th, 2023 – 2pm EST, 1pm CST, 12pm MST, 11am PST & 7pm London GMT, 9pm South Africa SAST, and on the April 19th at 6am in Australia AEDT

Our Host, Lori La Bey talks with Tara Jenkins who is a board-certified music therapist, certified dementia practitioner, and Montessori dementia care professional with 16 years of experience working in the eldercare field. She is the co-author of “Music, Memory, and Meaning: How to Effectively Use Music to Connect with Aging Loved Ones” and the founder of Harmony in Dementia, which provides group and individual music therapy services, music consultation services, and music workshops and training for older adults, carers, and professionals. 

Learn:

  1. How it works and why
  2. The different types of music therapy
  3. How to personalize a music playlist
  4. How it can change moods
  5. How and why it improves self-esteem
  6. How it can reduce loneliness and isolation
  7. The benefits for all of us throughout life

Listen To The Podcast Below

Contact Tara Jenkins With Harmony In Dementia

Website   

www.HarmonyInDementia.com

Email  

Contact@HarmonyInDementia.com 

Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn 

@HarmonyInDementia

Contact Lori La Bey

Email

Check Out Alzheimer’s Speaks & Find all our FREE Educational Resources along with a variety of other services

www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com   

Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio – Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort around the world one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sound news, not just sound bites since 2011.

Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio – Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort worldwide one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sound news, not just sound bites since 2011.

Check Out Lori La Bey’s Book Betty the Bald Chicken An Ideal Tool for Schools, Libraries, Support Groups, Children, and Adults

Order Now – A Great Gift For Anyone At Any Age

Paperback 978-1-952976-86-5 Hardcover 978-1-952976-87-2

Library of Congress Control Number: 2022948781

Reviews on Amazon and Barnes & Noble Are Appreciated!

FREE Resources Along With A Variety Of Services At www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com or Contact Lori La Bey.

Lori La Bey and Alzheimer’s Speaks Can Help Your Organization With Staff Training, Family Support, Perspective Clients, and Support Gatherings.

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Creating Joy & Engagement Through Adult Day Services

Listen Live or Listen at Your Convenience Tuesday – May 23th, 2023 – 2pm EST, 1pm CST, 12pm MST, 11am PST & 7pm London GMT, 9pm South Africa SAST, and on the April 19th at 6am in Australia AEDT

Our Host, Lori La Bey talks with Terri Joski-Lang, the Director of Open Circle of Hopkins, Cora Cromer who is the Director of Open Circle Apple Valley, and Elaine Lofquist who is a loving care partner for her husband Marv who attends the Open Circle program.

Learn:

  1. What is an Adult Day Program and who attends?
  2. What specific types of services does Open Circle offer?
  3. What is Open Circles Philosophy and how does it differ from others?
  4. What are the benefits for the member who attends and their care partner?
  5. Hear beautiful stories from both staff and a family member who has a loved attending Open Circle and how the program empowers them.
  6. How leveraging the member’s past history can enhance the present; as well as how introducing new things can increase joyful times and help them gain confidence.
  7. Where are the Open Circle Adult Day Services located?
  8. How is the service paid for?

Here Is A Bit More About Our Guests:

Terri Joski-Lang has traveled the Alzheimer’s dementia journey with several family members, Terri became passionate about improving others’ dementia journeys and focusing on what persons living with dementia can still do, with purpose.

Cora Cromer has worked at Open Circle of Apple Valley for 11 years.   Her background is in music therapy and education.  Cora is committed to helping older adults find meaningful relationships and providing a space for lifelong learning through person-centered care.

Elaine Lofquist’s husband Marv has been enrolled at Open Circle Hopkins one day/ week since November of 2021.  The two also participate in Giving Voice Choir of which they are founding members. They have been to Washington DC seven times to advocate for those living with dementia and caregiver support. They also are participants in a Memory Café, to name a few things they do.


Contact Open Circle Adult Day Services

Website

Phone Numbers

Apple Valley, MN   952-236-2524 

Minneapolis, MN   612-843-4940 

Hopkins, MN   952-935-8143 

Facebook

@OpenCircleAdultDayServices

Contact Lori La Bey

Find FREE resources along with a variety of services at www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com   

Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio – Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort around the world one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sound news, not just sound bites since 2011.

Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio – Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort worldwide one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sound news, not just sound bites since 2011.

Check Out Lori La Bey’s Book Betty the Bald Chicken An Ideal Tool for Schools, Libraries, Support Groups, Children, and Adults

Order Now – A Great Gift For Anyone At Any Age

Paperback 978-1-952976-86-5 Hardcover 978-1-952976-87-2

Library of Congress Control Number: 2022948781

Reviews on Amazon and Barnes & Noble Are Appreciated!

FREE Resources Along With A Variety Of Services At www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com or Contact Lori La Bey.

Lori La Bey and Alzheimer’s Speaks Can Help Your Organization With Staff Training, Family Support, Perspective Clients, and Support Gatherings.

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Supporting Youth Dealing With A Parent Living With Dementia – Hear How Lorenzo’s House Is Helping!

Listen Live or Listen at Your Convenience Tuesday – May 16th, 2023 – 2pm EST, 1pm CST, 12pm MST, 11am PST & 7pm London GMT, 9pm South Africa SAST, and on th,e May 12th at 6am in Australia AEDT

Filling The Gap For Children Who Have Parents With Young Onset Dementia.

Our host, Lori La Bey will be talking with Diana Shulla Cose the Founding Executive Director, of Lorenzo’s House, and Bree Ruge the Lead of Programs & Development at Lorenzo’s House. Also joining us are three young adults who are involved with Lorenzo’s House – William Dean, Shylah Thiara, and Jessica.

Diana Shulla Cose is the Founding Executive Director, of Lorenzo’s House. Diana has been the primary care partner to her husband and mother. She is a true visionary, entrepreneur, strategist, innovator, and proven fundraiser. After her husband was diagnosed with Younger-Onset Alzheimer’s she recognized a massive care and connection gap for younger families and in 2021 founded Lorenzo’s House, a non-profit social impact startup designed to empower families everywhere living with Younger-Onset dementia.

Diana leveraged her past career of over 25 years as Co-Founder & President of a network of public schools in Chicago, scaling from 40 students and 2 teachers to 2,300 students and over 250 staff across 5 schools – Diana brings deep experience and insight to her new venture in this new space. 

Bree Ruge, Certified Dementia Practitioner, is a certified Dementia Friend by Dementia Friendly America, and the Lead of Programs & Development at Lorenzo’s House. She has the privilege of building programs and relationships with youth and care partners daily. Bree has been personally touched by Alzheimer’s in her family which gave her knowledge and insights to walk alongside families living with Younger-Onset dementia. Bree was a co-creator, developing the Dementia Friendly Initiative in 4 neighborhoods in the Northside of Chicago.

William Dean, who goes by Will, is 23 years old and is from Wales in the United Kingdom. Will’s mother lives with young onset dementia, and this challenge has inspired him to become an advocate for change through fundraising and raising awareness.

Shylah Thiara’s father was diagnosed with Younger-Onset Alzheimer’s in his mid-50s, and since then she became an advocate and blogger. Shylah spreads awareness and tackles the misconceptions associated with Younger-Onset Alzheimer’s disease by sharing her journey of navigating her father’s diagnosis.  

Jessica Christensen is a 13-year-old from Utah.  Diana described Jessica as a bright ray of light for this world who has thoughtful perspectives and inspires many, wise beyond her years, and is a youth leader at Lorenzo’s House. Jessica’s father was diagnosed with young-onset Alzheimer’s disease and she has been with Lorenzo’s House for about a year and a half and is a youth leader at Lorenzo’s House. 

Understanding Dementia Is Not A Disease Of One, But A Disease Of Families

Contact Lorenzo’s House

Website   https://lorenzoshouse.org/

Email   info@lorenzoshouse.org

Phone   (312) 319-8797

Facebook   @ lorenzoshouseofficial   https://www.facebook.com/lorenzoshouseofficial/

YouTube   @lorenzoshouse https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqdfbDFFhueSx12WvDF3YHg

Instagram  @Lorenzos_House

https://www.instagram.com/lorenzos_house/

LinkedIn  

https://www.linkedin.com/company/lorenzos-house/

Twitter    @lorenzos_house 

Contact Lori La Bey

Find FREE resources along with a variety of services at www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com   

Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio – Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort worldwide one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sound news, not just sound bites since 2011.

Check Out Lori La Bey’s Book Betty the Bald Chicken An Ideal Tool for Schools, Libraries, Support Groups, Children, and Adults

Order Now – A Great Gift For Anyone At Any Age

Paperback 978-1-952976-86-5 Hardcover 978-1-952976-87-2

Library of Congress Control Number: 2022948781

Reviews on Amazon and Barnes & Noble Are Appreciated!

FREE Resources Along With A Variety Of Services At www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com or Contact Lori La Bey.

Lori La Bey and Alzheimer’s Speaks Can Help Your Organization With Staff Training, Family Support, Perspective Clients, and Support Gatherings.

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Lorenzo’s House – Youth Voices Guide Our Mission

Listen Live or Listen at Your Convenience Thursday – May 11th, 2023 – 2pm EST, 1pm CST, 12pm MST, 11am PST & 7pm London GMT, 9pm South Africa SAST, and on th,e May 12th at 6am in Australia AEDT

Filling The Gap For Children Who Have Parents With Young Onset Dementia.

Our host, Lori La Bey will be talking with Diana Shulla Cose the Founding Executive Director, of Lorenzo’s House, and Bree Ruge the Lead of Programs & Development at Lorenzo’s House. Also joining us are three young adults who are involved with Lorenzo’s House – William Dean, Shylah Thiara, and Jessica.

Diana Shulla Cose is the Founding Executive Director, of Lorenzo’s House. Diana has been the primary care partner to her husband and mother. She is a true visionary, entrepreneur, strategist, innovator, and proven fundraiser. After her husband was diagnosed with Younger-Onset Alzheimer’s she recognized a massive care and connection gap for younger families and in 2021 founded Lorenzo’s House, a non-profit social impact startup designed to empower families everywhere living with Younger-Onset dementia.

Diana leveraged her past career of over 25 years as Co-Founder & President of a network of public schools in Chicago, scaling from 40 students and 2 teachers to 2,300 students and over 250 staff across 5 schools – Diana brings deep experience and insight to her new venture in this new space. 

Bree Ruge, Certified Dementia Practitioner, is a certified Dementia Friend by Dementia Friendly America, and the Lead of Programs & Development at Lorenzo’s House. She has the privilege of building programs and relationships with youth and care partners daily. Bree has been personally touched by Alzheimer’s in her family which gave her knowledge and insights to walk alongside families living with Younger-Onset dementia. Bree was a co-creator, developing the Dementia Friendly Initiative in 4 neighborhoods in the Northside of Chicago.

William Dean, who goes by Will, is 23 years old and is from Wales in the United Kingdom. Will’s mother lives with young onset dementia, and this challenge has inspired him to become an advocate for change through fundraising and raising awareness.

Shylah Thiara’s father was diagnosed with Younger-Onset Alzheimer’s in his mid-50s, and since then she became an advocate and blogger. Shylah spreads awareness and tackles the misconceptions associated with Younger-Onset Alzheimer’s disease by sharing her journey of navigating her father’s diagnosis.  

Jessica Christensen is a 13-year-old from Utah.  Diana described Jessica as a bright ray of light for this world who has thoughtful perspectives and inspires many, wise beyond her years, and is a youth leader at Lorenzo’s House. Jessica’s father was diagnosed with young-onset Alzheimer’s disease and she has been with Lorenzo’s House for about a year and a half and is a youth leader at Lorenzo’s House. 

Understanding Dementia Is Not A Disease Of One, But A Disease Of Families

Contact Lorenzo’s House

Website   https://lorenzoshouse.org/

Email   info@lorenzoshouse.org

Phone   (312) 319-8797

Facebook   @ lorenzoshouseofficial   https://www.facebook.com/lorenzoshouseofficial/

YouTube   @lorenzoshouse https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqdfbDFFhueSx12WvDF3YHg

Instagram  @Lorenzos_House

https://www.instagram.com/lorenzos_house/

LinkedIn  

https://www.linkedin.com/company/lorenzos-house/

Twitter    @lorenzos_house 

Contact Lori La Bey

Find FREE resources along with a variety of services at www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com   

Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio – Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort worldwide one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sound news, not just sound bites since 2011.

Check Out Lori La Bey’s Book Betty the Bald Chicken An Ideal Tool for Schools, Libraries, Support Groups, Children, and Adults

Order Now – A Great Gift For Anyone At Any Age

Paperback 978-1-952976-86-5 Hardcover 978-1-952976-87-2

Library of Congress Control Number: 2022948781

Reviews on Amazon and Barnes & Noble Are Appreciated!

FREE Resources Along With A Variety Of Services At www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com or Contact Lori La Bey.

Lori La Bey and Alzheimer’s Speaks Can Help Your Organization With Staff Training, Family Support, Perspective Clients, and Support Gatherings.

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The Gift of Philanthropy and the Power of Change it’s Making in Society

Listen Live or Listen at Your Convenience Tuesday – May 9th, 2023 – 2pm EST, 1pm CST, 12pm MST, 11am PST & 7pm London GMT, 9pm South Africa SAST, and on th,e May 10th at 6am in Australia AEDT

The Gift of Philanthropy and the Power of Change it’s Making in Society Our Host, Lori La Bey talks with the key members of the Richard and Maude Ferry Foundation which is a family foundation deeply rooted in the Catholic tradition, promoting dignity and quality of human life. We will be focusing on three separate organizations focusing on dementia care within the foundation.

Joining Us: Richard Ferry, Quentin Orem, Marilyn Raichle, and Marigrace Becker.

Richard and Maude Ferry were one of many couples who have lived what is often called the “American Dream”. They have walked a blessed and rewarding journey together, from their beginnings in a small, Midwestern college town, to community leaders in Los Angeles and entrepreneurs in a global business. Richard is the Chairman of the Richard and Maude Ferry Foundation. He co-founded Korn Ferry International in 1969, and for more than three decades was instrumental in establishing the firm as the world’s premier provider of executive human capital solutions.

Quentin Orem, Executive Director at the Ferry Foundation which supports various causes like Maude’s Awards, Maude’s Ventures, and the Memory Hub to name a few. Quentin is a partner with Social Venture Partners which is a philanthropic organization. Quentin is also on the Board of Directors for Cristo Rey Seattle and Advisory Board Member at SCU Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education.

Marilyn Raichle, Executive Director of Maudes’ Awards. She became a care partner for her parents, both of whom were developing Alzheimer’s Disease. In 2015, inspired by her mother’s newfound artistic ability, she founded The Art of Alzheimer’s, celebrating the creativity of persons living with dementia and the power of the creative arts to enrich and empower their lives.

Marigrace Becker is the Program Manager of Community Education and Impact at the UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center (MBWC) and the Director of the Memory Hub, a new community center operated by MBWC that offers supportive, educational, and social programs for people with memory loss and their families.

Maude’s Awards mission is to enrich the quality of life for persons living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and their care partners—celebrating and inspiring innovative practices of care and sharing these practices with the wider dementia care community. Individuals can win $5,000 and organizations $25,000.

Applications for Maude’s Awards 2023 Close May 16th

Maude’s Venture’s mission is to invest in people who want to build new ways to meet the needs of the dementia community. They are passionate about investing in people who are innovating care for individuals with memory loss. Their goal is to advance care for those living with Alzheimer’s while we wait for a cure. Every year they offer seed funding of $50,000 – $100,000 for individuals, nonprofits, and for-profits to help them develop new ideas to improve the lives of caregivers and people living with dementia.

Applications for Maude’s Ventures 2023 Close July 14th

The Memory Hub is a Place for Dementia-Friendly Community, Collaboration, and Impact! They bring people, programs, and partners together. The Memory Hub operates as a vibrant dementia-specific community center, collaborative workspace, and training center. It is spearheaded by the UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center (MBWC) and located on the campus of founding partner the Frye Art Museum. The Memory Hub welcomes visitors year-round to explore what it means to live well with dementia.

Listen to the Radio Show Below

Contact Information

Maude’s Awards

Website  www.maudesawards.org

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/maudesawards/

Instagram  https://www.instagram.com/maudesawards/

LinkedIn  http://linkedin.com/company/maudes-awards/

Twitter  https://twitter.com/maudesawards

Maude’s Ventures

Website  https://www.maudesventures.org/

Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/maudesventures

Instagram  https://www.instagram.com/maudesventures/

LinkedIn  https://www.linkedin.com/company/maude-s-ventures/

Memory Hub

Website  https://www.thememoryhub.org/

Contact Lori La Bey

Find FREE resources along with a variety of services at www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com   

Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio – Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort worldwide one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sound news, not just sound bites since 2011.

Check Out Lori La Bey’s Book Betty the Bald Chicken An Ideal Tool for Schools, Libraries, Support Groups, Children, and Adults

Order Now – A Great Gift For Anyone At Any Age

Paperback 978-1-952976-86-5 Hardcover 978-1-952976-87-2

Library of Congress Control Number: 2022948781

Reviews on Amazon and Barnes & Noble Are Appreciated!

FREE Resources Along With A Variety Of Services At www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com or Contact Lori La Bey.

Lori La Bey and Alzheimer’s Speaks Can Help Your Organization With Staff Training, Family Support, Perspective Clients, and Support Gatherings.

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Quality of Life in Memory Care. What Does “Good” Look Like? Part 4 of 4 with Dr. Laird

Listen Live or Listen at Your Convenience Thursday – May 4th, 2023 – 2pm EST, 1pm CST, 12pm MST, 11am PST & 7pm London GMT, 9pm South Africa SAST, and on the May 5th, at 6am in Australia AEDT

Watch the Video Interview Below

Today on Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio, Lori La Bey is joined by Dr Laird, and Deanna Vigliotta with Seni as we wrap up this four-part series on what “quality of life and good care” actually looks like in Memory Care.

Dr. Laird is a Geriatrician and has 25 years of experience as Medical Director for two Memory Disorder Clinics in Florida. Dr. Laird is a passionate advocate for the support of family caregivers and co-authored the book Take Your Oxygen First: Preserving Your Health and Happiness While Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s Disease.

Deanna Vigliotta has an extensive 30-year healthcare sales and sales management background.  She is a master collaborator who focuses on building relationships with healthcare professionals. Deanna joined the Seni sales team to better educate consumers, geriatricians, neurologists, Skilled Nursing Facilities – SNF, Assisted Living Facilities – ALF, Home Health Care, and Memory Care communities about the importance of choosing high-performing adult incontinence products to improve the quality of life for incontinent people as well as those that care for them.   In doing so she moved quickly into the role of National Sales Manager with Seni, supporting her teammates and Seni’s clients, to shift the mindset in the USA from adult incontinence products being viewed as a disposable commodity to high-performing incontinence products being viewed as a critical component to the continuum of care

Listen to the Radio Show Below

Contact Seni  

Website  

Email  

YouTube  @SeniUSACares

LinkedIn  @tzmo-usa-inc 

Facebook  @ SeniCares

Contact Lori La Bey

Find FREE resources along with a variety of services at www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com   

Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio – Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort worldwide one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sound news, not just sound bites since 2011.

Check Out Lori La Bey’s Book Betty the Bald Chicken An Ideal Tool for Schools, Libraries, Support Groups, Children, and Adults

Order Now – A Great Gift For Anyone At Any Age

Paperback 978-1-952976-86-5 Hardcover 978-1-952976-87-2

Library of Congress Control Number: 2022948781

Reviews on Amazon and Barnes & Noble Are Appreciated!

FREE Resources Along With A Variety Of Services At www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com or Contact Lori La Bey.

Lori La Bey and Alzheimer’s Speaks Can Help Your Organization With Staff Training, Family Support, Perspective Clients, and Support Gatherings.

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Gracious Gifts From The Ferry Foundation Are Impacting Dementia Care

Listen Live or Listen at Your Convenience Wednesday – May 3rd, 2023 – 2pm EST, 1pm CST, 12pm MST, 11am PST & 7pm London GMT, 9pm South Africa SAST, and on th,e May 4th at 6am in Australia AEDT

The Gift of Philanthropy and the Power of Change it’s Making in Society Our Host, Lori La Bey talks with the key members of the Richard and Maude Ferry Foundation which is a family foundation deeply rooted in the Catholic tradition, promoting dignity and quality of human life. We will be focusing on three separate organizations focusing on dementia care within the foundation.

Joining Us: Richard Ferry, Quentin Orem, Marilyn Raichle, and Marigrace Becker.

Richard and Maude Ferry were one of many couples who have lived what is often called the “American Dream”. They have walked a blessed and rewarding journey together, from their beginnings in a small, Midwestern college town, to community leaders in Los Angeles and entrepreneurs in a global business. Richard is the Chairman of the Richard and Maude Ferry Foundation. He co-founded Korn Ferry International in 1969, and for more than three decades was instrumental in establishing the firm as the world’s premier provider of executive human capital solutions.

Quentin Orem, Executive Director at the Ferry Foundation which supports various causes like Maude’s Awards, Maude’s Ventures, and the Memory Hub to name a few. Quentin is a partner with Social Venture Partners which is a philanthropic organization. Quentin is also on the Board of Directors for Cristo Rey Seattle and Advisory Board Member at SCU Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education.

Marilyn Raichle, Executive Director of Maudes’ Awards. She became a care partner for her parents, both of whom were developing Alzheimer’s Disease. In 2015, inspired by her mother’s newfound artistic ability, she founded The Art of Alzheimer’s, celebrating the creativity of persons living with dementia and the power of the creative arts to enrich and empower their lives.

Marigrace Becker is the Program Manager of Community Education and Impact at the UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center (MBWC) and the Director of the Memory Hub, a new community center operated by MBWC that offers supportive, educational, and social programs for people with memory loss and their families.

Maude’s Awards mission is to enrich the quality of life for persons living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and their care partners—celebrating and inspiring innovative practices of care and sharing these practices with the wider dementia care community. Individuals can win $5,000 and organizations $25,000.

Applications for Maude’s Awards 2023 Close May 16th

Maude’s Venture’s mission is to invest in people who want to build new ways to meet the needs of the dementia community. They are passionate about investing in people who are innovating care for individuals with memory loss. Their goal is to advance care for those living with Alzheimer’s while we wait for a cure. Every year they offer seed funding of $50,000 – $100,000 for individuals, nonprofits, and for-profits to help them develop new ideas to improve the lives of caregivers and people living with dementia.

Applications for Maude’s Ventures 2023 Close July 14th

The Memory Hub is a Place for Dementia-Friendly Community, Collaboration, and Impact! They bring people, programs, and partners together. The Memory Hub operates as a vibrant dementia-specific community center, collaborative workspace, and training center. It is spearheaded by the UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center (MBWC) and located on the campus of founding partner the Frye Art Museum. The Memory Hub welcomes visitors year-round to explore what it means to live well with dementia.

Listen to the Radio Show Below

Contact Information

Maude’s Awards

Website  www.maudesawards.org

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/maudesawards/

Instagram  https://www.instagram.com/maudesawards/

LinkedIn  http://linkedin.com/company/maudes-awards/

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Find FREE resources along with a variety of services at www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com   

Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio – Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort worldwide one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sound news, not just sound bites since 2011.

Check Out Lori La Bey’s Book Betty the Bald Chicken An Ideal Tool for Schools, Libraries, Support Groups, Children, and Adults

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Library of Congress Control Number: 2022948781

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FREE Resources Along With A Variety Of Services At www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com or Contact Lori La Bey.

Lori La Bey and Alzheimer’s Speaks Can Help Your Organization With Staff Training, Family Support, Perspective Clients, and Support Gatherings.

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What’s Working and What’s Not When it Comes to Dementia Education

Listen Live or Listen at Your Convenience Tuesday – May 2nd, 2023 – 2pm EST, 1pm CST, 12pm MST, 11am PST & 7pm London GMT, 9pm South Africa SAST, and on th,e May 3rd at 6am in Australia AEDT

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Our Host, Lori La Bey talks with Today I will be talking with Christopher Doran, is a registered nurse who works in senior living and in the hospital setting where he precepts new nurses and runs training sessions on dementia care. His main focus is dementia education and how to maximize retention of learning.

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Contact Lori La Bey

Find FREE resources along with a variety of services at www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com   

Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio – Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort worldwide one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sound news, not just sound bites since 2011.

Check Out Lori La Bey’s Book Betty the Bald Chicken An Ideal Tool for Schools, Libraries, Support Groups, Children, and Adults

Order Now – A Great Gift For Anyone At Any Age

Paperback 978-1-952976-86-5 Hardcover 978-1-952976-87-2

Library of Congress Control Number: 2022948781

Reviews on Amazon and Barnes & Noble Are Appreciated!

FREE Resources Along With A Variety Of Services At www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com or Contact Lori La Bey.

Lori La Bey and Alzheimer’s Speaks Can Help Your Organization With Staff Training, Family Support, Perspective Clients, and Support Gatherings.

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