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Listen Live or Listen at Your Convenience Tuesday – November 15th, 2022 – 2pm EST, 1pm CST, 12pm MST, 11am PST & 7pm London GMT, 9pm South Africa SAST, and on the 16th at 6am in Australia AEDT

Our Host, Lori La Bey will be celebrating the 2022 Maude’s Awards Winners!  Today is Marilyn Raichle the Executive Director, Maude’s Awards, Sandy Sabersky the Co-founder and Board Chair of Elderwise which was one of the organizational winners of Maude’s Awards, and Hailey Richman who is the Founder of Kid Caregivers and one of the individual winners of Maude’s Awards.

Marilyn Raichle was instrumental in launching Maude’s Awards in 2019, with Founder, Richard Ferry.  Previously, Marilyn was a devoted Care partner to both of her parents who were developing Alzheimer’s Disease.  Her Mom began to paint and her paintings drew Marilyn in and she now is dedicated to the joyful mission of Maude’s Awards.

Sandy Sabersky is co-founder of Elderwise® (1997) and co-author with Ruth Neuwald Falcon, of The Elderwise Way: A Different Approach to Life with Dementia which explains the Elderwise Philosophy of Spirit-Centered Care®. She practiced physical therapy for 25 years and is a Certified Sage-ing Leader with Sage-ing International. Hailey Richman is 15 years old and she founded Kid Caregivers at the age of 10.  She is also the Executive Director of Puzzles To Remember. She was a caregiver to her grandma who had Alzheimer’s for 9 years.

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Marilyn Raichle

Website  www.maudesawards.org


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Sandy Sabersky

Website  https://www.elderwise.org/ 

Email Info@elderwise.org 

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Contact Kid Caregivers & Puzzles to Remember

Hailey Richman

Facebook pages  Kid Caregivers & Puzzles To Remember

Websites  www.kidcaregivers.com & www.puzzlestoremember.org

Emails kidcaregivers@gmail.com & puzzles2remember@gmail.com

@puzzlestoremember & @kidcaregivers 

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Hailey Richman a 15 Year Old Runs Two Nonprofits For Dementia

Tuesday  June 7th, 2022 – 2pm EDT, 1pm CDT, 12pm MDT, 11am PDT & 7pm London, 8pm South Africa, and on the 8th at 5am in Australia AET

Our Host, Lori La Bey will be talking with Hailey Richman who is a passionate advocate who is only 15 year old, but has been involved in dementia advocacy for years. Hailey is from New York and is the founder and director of KID CAREGIVERS and the Director of PUZZLES TO REMEMBER.  Both are 501c3 organizations, which are nonprofits that enrich and enhance the lives of persons living with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregiving youth members.

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Today on Dementia Chats™ Lori La Bey founder of Alzheimer’s Speaks facilitates a conversation with the true experts on dementia, those living with it! You will hear from: Mark Timmons, Laurie Scherrer Cate Lau, Karen Creekmoore, Truthful Loving Kindness, Craig Hanke, and Harry Urban. Each of them shares their personal situations of how their dementia effects other medical conditions and vice versa. Please help us spread their insights and stories to raise awareness for needed changes which will help not only people living with dementia, but their families and medical professionals as well. Contact Lori La Bey with any questions you via the Dementia Chats email listed below.

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Dementia and the Arts is an Educational Panel where all levels of artists and all types are welcome. Our goal is to elevate panelists work and ability to create beauty in many forms. They will share examples of various types of art they participate in, how, and why they started, what they have learned, and what they personally get out of making art. Panelists, do not have to attend all sessions.

As you will see from the sample video above, conversations are comfortable, casual, and fascinating. We have so much to learn from one another. All recordings will be prerecorded and published to Alzheimer’s Speaks YouTube channel with a specific playlist channel for easy access. Each episode will be pushed out on Alzheimer’s Speaks social media channels as well.

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This is a great article from the Boston University (BU) Today.

Max Wallack is not your ordinary teen.  He is on a personal mission to end Alzheimer’s disease.  This is a fascinating story of an extraordinary person.  I hope you take the time to read the full story.

During last month’s spring break, when many students were sunning themselves on beaches or catching up on sleep, Max Wallack traveled to Los Angeles to deliver a poster presentation at the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry’s annual conference. His subject was the role that ACE inhibitors—a class of drugs used to treat cardiovascular disease—could play in preventing Alzheimer’s disease. Heady stuff, especially when you consider that BU sophomore Wallack is just 16.  READ MORE


Photo by Vernon Doucette

Wallack with his mentor, Wendy Qiu, who heads the Laboratory of Molecular Psychiatry in Aging at BU’s Alzheimer’s Disease Center.

max wallack with grandma

Photo courtesy of Max Wallack

Max Wallack (CAS’15) with his great-grandmother, Gertrude Finkelstein, who died of Alzheimer’s disease when he was 10.

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