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Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio with John & Susan McFadden

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Learn About The Memory Camp

Lori La Bey, host of Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio is thrilled to talk with Susan and John McFadden.  Both are amazing individuals doing incredible work in the area of dementia.  Today we will discuss their new “Memory Camp” for those living with dementia and their family and friends.  Also joining us, were three adult children from the Farnum clan, that went on the experience with their parents.  Their stories touched my heart. 

John and Susan also are the back bone of the Fox Valley Memory Project where they provide leadership and volunteer.  Check out their book, Aging Together: Dementia, Friendship, and Flourishing Communities. Join our conversation and learn what they are doing now!

Contact Information for the McFadden’s:

Email:  susan.h.mcfadden@gmail.com   

Email:  john.t.mcfadden@gmail.com

Website: www.foxvalleymemoryproject.org 

Dementia Adventure:    http://www.dementiaadventure.com/

Wilderness Inquiry:           www.wildernessinquiry.org/

Additional Resources by Alzheimer’s Speaks:

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Keynotes/Training/Consultations

Dementia Chats

Memory Cafe

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Investigation of the UK Memory Cafe’s Concept by John McFadden

I so enjoy seeing, reading and talking to so many people throughout the world and what is being done for the greater good of dementia and Caregivers.  Although I was heavily involved in bringing the UK Memory Cafe concept to the US, I did not personally visit them.  John and Susan McFadden did via a grant they obtained.  The link to their blog is filled with great details of their visits to four different Memory Cafes.  Please read and share any thought you may have.  Here is the link to their Aging Together Blog

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