Dementia Resilience with Jill Lorentz
Joe Ellis President & CEO of the Denver Broncos NFL Team with Jill Lorentz September 15, 2019 At the Denver Walk to End Alzheimer’s I took my producer and engineer Hank Bradshaw with me and we recorded the show at the Walk.
Hi Friends - Today, September 10, 2019 is a show to think about memory loss and cognitive impairment in a new way. So often we just see what the person has lost, and how we are going to work with the symptoms we see on a daily basis.
Today I had a wonderful coffee chat with Mary O'Hara, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with the Rocky Mountain Neurobehavioral Associates. Her knowledge of FTD gives great insight into new ways to think about communicating with someone living with thi...
August 27, 2019, This show tackled the subject of how to prepare and conduct a Care Plan meeting with the provider who facilitates care for your loved one. This could include the doctor, care community, home care, group home and others.
Dr. Samantha Holden Assistant Professor of Neurology, Director, Memory Disorders Clinic, University of Colorado School of Medicine August 19, 2019, My guest today is Dr. Samantha Holden from University of Colorado Hospital.
https://cruisin1430.radio.com/media/audio-channel/dementia-resilience-81218 August 12, 2019 is a Strategy Show – Calming Difficult Behaviors! How do we calm someone who is agitated, anxious, or having delusions?
August 5, 2019 – I feel like this is one of my most important podcasts, as I share quotes from people with memory loss and cognitive impairment regarding what it is like to live with issues and activities of daily living.
I had a fantastic conversation with three Home Instead Denver North caregiver’s where we discussed some of the hardest issues with bringing a caregiver into your home. What if your loved one won’t accept the care, or let them into the house?
Jill & Her Mama Dee This is a difficult show for me this week. I have reached a place where I am angry and frustrated, just like all of you, that the dementia rollercoaster never seems to end for my family. Younger onset, meaning before age 65,