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What’s the Connection Between Dementia & Zinnia TV?

Thursday – July 29th, 2021 – 2pm EDT, 1pm CDT, 12pm MDT, 11am PDT & 7pm London BST, 8pm South Africa SAST, and on the 23rd at 4am in Australia AEST

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Our Host, Lori La Bey will be talking with Allyson Schrier a Co-founder of Zinnia TV, Carolyn Parseya researcher and neuropsychologist, Keri Pollock the Director of Marketing & Communications of Aging Wisdom, and Carolyn Lukert who cares for her mother with dementia and also works with the Teepa Snow group. Join us and learn dementia and the wonderful effects Zinnia TV provides.

Join us and learn about dementia and how Zinnia TV delivers a calmness while helping those in mid to late stages engage.  Actually, you’ll find everyone can benefit for the effects of Zinnia TV.

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Dementia Chats is a series of video conversations where we talk with the true experts on dementia, those living with a diagnosis. Lori La Bey, founder of Alzheimer’s Speaks facilitates a conversation and is amazed by every conversation what she learns about life with dementia. She encourages everyone not only to watch these videos, but to include those living with dementia in conversations and to listen closely to their insights. They know dementia better than anyone.

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 “Feedback from the conference planning committee and our leadership team was extremely positive. Many attendees commented that she was one of the best speakers they had heard.” 

Pat Sylvia, Director of Education & Member Development LeadingAge WA

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Poem Inspired By Disease – Matter of Fact

Matter of Fact

By Ron Louie, MD

Her face was matter of fact when she heard the pronouncement. 

The neuropsychologist was her colleague; he remained professional, but slipped in some sympathy with the data, which I could not appreciate.

She didn’t display a mask of depression, or Parkinson disease.

Her face remained pliable, not pleased, but neither terribly pained, no exhibition of perplexity, or petulance, or surprise, a pensive look, retaining its complex grace, a quiet reserve, a solemn alertness, the beauty of humane consciousness, with no further expectations.

In her own practice, she had encountered early Alzheimer disease first hand:

that wonderful younger woman, whose baby she had delivered, working in accounting until the numbers became exotic, then alien; she had told me about that patient, with shock, sadness, and resignation.

But I didn’t understand this. I wouldn’t. It was the guy, his tests, the setting.

At home, I made her try to draw a clock, count backward, recite words, and copy intersecting rectangles.  She tried, this good doctor who had always bested me in calculus, organic chemistry and marriage.  She wasn’t angry.

So how could I be mad? She was setting the example, as she had done her whole life, her whole career, without pessimism or regret, or fanfare, just ready to go on, even though her words and steps might mutate, unpredictably, ever aware of the possible endpoints, with each of us now grappling this present moment, trying to recognize its identity.

Dedicated to IRJ, MD; suggested by Meryl Comer

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Listen above to Dr. Louie read this poem. 

 

 

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 “Feedback from the conference planning committee and our leadership team was extremely positive. 

Many attendees commented that she was one of the best speakers they had heard.” 

Pat Sylvia, Director of Education & Member Development LeadingAge Washington

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HealthStar Hosts: Ask The Expert with Dr Sonia Mosch

“Ask the Expert”

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Dr. Sonia Mosch, PhD., Clinical Neuropsychologist for the MN Wild (NHL Concussion Program), will be at the HealthStar booth for “Ask the Expert”

Come Out To The State Fair – August 29, 2016

Dr. Mosch performs neuropsychological assessments for individuals concerned about the onset of Alzheimer’s and other dementias. If you have questions concerning the brain, now is your opportunity to “Ask the Expert”. Dr. Mosch will be available to discuss:

  • The purpose for assessments, general methods, and uses in diagnoses of dementia versus normal aging;
  • What to expect if you are referred for a neuropsychological assessment due to dementia concerns/symptoms;
  • Recommendations that may arise from a neuropsychological assessment; and,
  • Other questions fairgoers may have regarding Alzheimer’s and dementia.

“ASK THE EXPERT” to be held August 29

from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM in the

East Crossroads Auditorium/ Health Fair 11 Bldg.

(Corner of Dan Patch & Cooper).

Dr. Sonia Coelho Mosch, PhD. ABPP-Cn, LP
Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology

Staff Neuropsychologist for the MN Wild (NHL Concussion Program)

Also affiliated with Noran Neurological Clinic

Want to hear more about Dr. Sonia Mosch?

Click below to listen to an interview with her.

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Neuropsychologist, Dr. Mosch talks with @AlzSpksRadio

Neuropsychologist, Dr. Mosch

Talks With Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio

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Today Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio talks with Dr. Mosch to learn more about what exactly Neuropsychology is and how it can help those living with dementia.  We also  discussed dementia and environmental impacts.

Contact Information:

To Email Dr. Mosch:    soniamosch@gmail.com

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