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Young Onset Dementia

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Young Onset Dementia with

Dr. Dan Nightingale and Tracey Maxfield

Today we are going to discuss a topic which raises a lot of fear and also takes people by surprise – Young Onset Dementia.  We are feeling grateful to have with us Dr. Dan Nightingale, a world leading clinical dementia specialist in the US and U.K. and  Tracey Maxfield who is an RN, Dementia Consultant, Educator and Advocate.

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Tracey’s  Phone: 250-826-3535

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Nationally Syndicated Talk Show Needs Individual With Young Onset Dementia

Nationally Syndicated Talk Show

Wants To Talk With Individual With

Young Onset Dementia

If you are, or know of someone in their 30’s or 40’s with dementia who is willing to talk publicly about their disease, please contact me ASAP. We need to hear from you by the end of this week.

Here is some tentative criteria:

  • Be between 30-40 years old
  • Have a current diagnosis of dementia
  • Prefer they live in the US, but will consider those outside the US
  • Is willing to travel for filming

Contact Lori La Bey if the above fits you or someone else you know and have talked to about the above.

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Today’s show featured some of our friends from Australia.  Joining us will be two amazing women with early onset dementia.

Christine Bryden


Christine Bryden was diagnosed at the age of 46. She is the author of two books: “Who will I be when I die?” and Dancing with dementia.”

Wendy Kudell (2)

Wendy Kudell was diagnosed at the age of 50. She wants people to understand the challenges are   different for those diagnosed  under 65.

Denise Craig Washington DC 2012 (2)Also joining us will be Denise Craig a psychologist dedicated to supporting people with dementia in many ways. Denise also cared for her mother who experienced young onset dementia.

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