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Dementia Chats

A FREE Educational


Where You Can Ask Your Questions

And Gain Insights From

People Living With Dementia.

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102814DC_Harry_Michael_RobertA Powerful Conversation on Advocacy, Politics & Policy for Dementia and more.

 Our Experts

harry_urbanHarry Urban , Founder of “Forget Me Not,” a closed support group on Facebook for those with dementia, their care partners, professionals and advocates.





Michael Ellenbogen newest pic 102813Michael Ellenbogen, is 54 years old. His career was in Information Technology, where he was a high level manager. Michael was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease at the age of 49. He is no longer able to work. Michael now spend my time trying to increase awareness of this disease, and work to increase funding for research. He just finished writing his book outlining my experience with Alzheimer’s.


dena_dotsonDena Dotson, was diagnosed with Lewy Body with probable Alzheimer’s at age 47 2011. She is working hard to decrease the stigma attached with dementia.



Driving Steve PonathSteve Ponath, was diagnosed with EOAD in 2011. He has become an advocate for those who can’t speak out about the disease. It’s time to bring awareness to everyone of what this disease does to not only the patient, but to the caregiver’s and loved ones who are on this journey with us.



Robert Bowles joined us today as one of our experts and added so much to the conversation.  Thank you Robert!

Our Host and Facilitators

Lori La Bey Founder of Alzheimer's Speaks

Lori La Bey founder of Alzheimer’s Speaks and Dementia Chats. Lori’s mother lived with dementia over 30 years. The journey changed Lori’s life forever. Her goal is to connect people to practical resources that add value in their lives.

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Co-facilatator Eilon Caspi is a behavioral specialist in the area of dementia and brings a wide range of knowledge to the webinar.




For Additional Resource Provided by Alzheimer’s Speaks

Check Out Our Website Below

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Check Out This New CD by Alzheimer’s Music Connect

Using Cutting Edge Technology To Engage those with Dementia

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Meet Alzheimer’s Speaks Founder in Arizona

 Meet Alzheimer’s Speaks Founder in Arizona

Thursday, February 27, 2014 

Dementia – The Power of Simplicity

Explore the Myths & Magic of Disease

Lori La Bey Founder of Alzheimer's Speaks

Lori La Bey Founder of Alzheimer’s Speaks

This presentation will look at the real life stigmas associated with dementia and what we can do as individuals to make a difference in a positive light. We will look at simple everyday situations and give you tips and tools to understand the world in which a person with dementia lives.

Objectives –

  1. Get new insight to an old problem
  2. Learn to identify stress triggers when interacting with a person who has Dementia
  3. Get empowered to embrace changing your personal care culture
  4. Walk out with new tools, simple to implement and share with others
  5. Discuss resources available for professionals and the public

When:         Thursday, February 27, 2014

Time:           4:00pm until 5:30pm —-This is a FREE EVENT

Where:        Har Zion Congregation
                       6140 E. Thunderbird Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85254
                       Parking and entrance in the back of the building

RSVP:         RSVP to Zach Shaw-zshaw@affordablehomecare.com;

or call 480-451-8183480-451-8183

Seating is Limited, Register Today!



Or Come To The

Alzheimer’s Association

23rd Annual Conference

February 28th and Meet Lori La Bey



Click Above For Complete Conference Brochure

For More Information on Lori’s Keynotes and Training Programs Click Below

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