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A Path Called Dementia Path

 

Life with Lewy – (Lewy Body)

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Featured Tuesday Sept 24th, 2013 at:

11am EST, 10am CST, 9am MST, 8am PST and 4pm London

Call in to speak with the host (714) 364-4757

Angela taylor (2)We are blessed to have Angela Taylor
the Director of Programs at the
Lewy Body Association, where she
oversees LBDA’s outreach, education
and research programs at the
national level. A couple of questions
she will be answering are:
Is LBD treated the same as Alzheimer’s disease?
How is it related to Parkinson’s disease?
What resources are available for LBD families?
Contact the Lewy Body Association via:Website
Email – lbda@lbda.org               Phone –  (404) 935-6444
Marie Marley
Marie Marley a sought-after speaker
and author of the uplifting book,
“Come Back Early Today: A Memoir of Love,
Alzheimer’s and Joy.” The book has been a
finalist in several competitions, including the
prestigious Santa Fe Writers Project Literary
Awards. Marie also hosts her own blog, where she shares stories
about caring for Ed, which is wealth of information for Alzheimer’s
caregivers.
Contact Marie
Marie@ComeBackEarlyToday.com

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James Creasey with JiminyWicket.Org

will join us to talk about the “World Cup” event

at Rockefeller Center

on Sept 20th.

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Join Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio and Max Wallack Author Of The Amazing Children’s Book On Dementia

Join Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio

 

and Max Wallack

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Author Of The Amazing Children’s Book On Dementia

 

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A Story of Love and Respect

Well you all know by now how much I love my job because I’m always excited about my guests; but today is extra special.  We are so lucky to have with us Max Wallack who is a young man who is walking his talk with dementia.  Max’s journey with his grandmother who had Alzheimer’s has set this man on a path where he is making unbelievable strides.  He is a researcher, started an organization called Puzzle to Remember and now has co-authored a book called “Why did Grandma Put Her Underwear In The Refrigerator?”

Max’s co-author, Carolyn Given will join our discussion,along with Emma Richman.  I hope you can join us as well.

Max Can be reached at:  

PuzzlesToRemember@gmail.com

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