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Surviving Alzheimer’s with Paula Spencer Scott on Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio

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Thursday – Dec. 12th, 2019 – 2pm EST, 1pm CST, 12pm MST, 11am PST & 7pm London and on the 13th at 6am in Australia

Today Lori La Bey, host of Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio talks with Paula Spencer Scott who is the author of Surviving Alzheimer’s: Practical Tips and Soul-Saving Wisdom for Caregivers which Lori personally believes is one of the best resource books available for those touched by dementia. Paula has had five family members diagnosed dementia.  She understands the journey from a deep personal level.

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Surviving Alzheimer’s: Practical Tips and Soul-Saving Wisdom for Caregivers 

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What a Great Holiday Gift for a Family Dealing with Dementia! 

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The book is called Parental Dementia:   A Guide through all the Difficult Questions by Keith Galas has spent more than 20 years helping families work through all of the questions that keep popping up through the dementia journey. The book even has some great worksheets to help keep your thoughts and needs organized.

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Come To A Screening Of His Neighbor Phil In St Paul, MN On Oct 13th

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The Power Of One Expands To Many – Meet Several Individuals Shifting Our Dementia Care

What A Great Article by Paula Spencer Scott in the Parade


The Power Of One Expands To Many

Meet Several Individuals Shifting Our Dementia Care

I love seeing media that shows the power of one.  The passion to make a difference and the ripple effect it makes.  In the article above you will hear about Dementia Friendly Cities, Wristbands changing hospital protocol, senior-centered disaster preparedness, the magic of music and memories, a Librarian who started story-power hour,  dancing and dementia, an app with personalized images and prompts, the never-ending class, Memory/Alzheimer’s Cafes, and the worlds largest support group. Enjoy the article!  I did.

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Welcome to Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio where we listen to all voices at all levels regarding Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.

paula_scott_and_dadToday we are pleased to have Paula Spencer Scott, Author of Surviving Alzheimer’s: Practical tips and soul-saving wisdom for caregivers.

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Surviving Alzheimer’s is available via Amazon.com

      Paula can be reached at either website: survivingalzheimersbook.com or paulaspencerscott.com

vicki tapia picAuthor Vicki Tapia  author of “Somebody Stole My Iron,” will also be with us the second half of the program to discuss her journey with    dementia.

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You can also contact her publisher via Email, Website  or phone at 806.673.3901. Books can be purchased as paperback or eBooks via our website and on Amazon.


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