Posts Tagged ‘American Senior Magazine’

Learn How The American Senior Magazine Is Supporting Alzheimer’s Disease & Other Dementia

American Senior Magazine

Supports Alzheimer’s Disease

& Other Dementia

On Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio

Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio Host, Lori La Bey, talks with John Polatz, CEO and founder of American Senior Magazine to discuss how they are supporting Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.  Join the conversation by calling in or using the chat box.  Learn how you too can get involved with supporting dementia awareness and advocacy.

Contact American Senior via:

Email:   americansenior@pslifestyle.com

Phone:  888-792-3213   


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Pat Sylvia, Director of Education & Member Development

LeadingAge Washington

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Dementia, Driving and Technology

Dementia, Driving and Technology

with Michael Ellenbogen

on Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio

On Tuesday, Jan 30th, 2018, Lori La Bey host of Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio will interview Michael Ellenbogen a man who has been living with a diagnosis of dementia. Michael is an international advocate who has made major contributions in shifting our dementia care, speaking at NAPA, the World Health Conference in Geneva and so many other sessions including congressional.  Michael plans to leverage technology to extend his driving abilities. Join us for our conversation and hear about some of the latest new features available to drivers.

Michael Ellenbogen can be Reached at:

Facebook       The Michael Ellenbogen Movement on Facebook         

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