Caregiver Joey Daley Inspires

By |2017-10-30T13:10:03+00:00September 28th, 2017|Safety|

Caregivers like Joey Daley, father of three, take the initiative to follow the first tip of caregiving: Learn as much as you can about your loved one’s disease or illness to know what to expect. If that’s not enough, Joey took an even bigger step. He’s helping raise awareness of dementia and his mother’s Lewy [...]

A New Way to Get Involved in Medical Research

By |2017-10-30T13:10:39+00:00September 28th, 2017|Safety|

Clinical Trials at Your Fingertips Clinical trials offer patients and caregivers the opportunity to be involved in their family’s medical care. Their participation in dementia research will help shape the future of medicine. Unfortunately, most people don’t know about clinical trials. For those that do, it’s difficult to find ones for which they qualify. Studies [...]

Mary Beth Wighton – A Challenge to Find Dementia Advocate Leaders

By |2017-10-30T13:10:52+00:00September 28th, 2017|Safety|

Canadian-born Mary Beth Wighton, has been living with frontotemporal lobe dementia since 2012 when she was diagnosed at age 45. Two years later, she co-founded the Ontario Dementia Advisory Group (ODAG) with the mission of influencing governmental policies affecting the rights of people with dementia. “Since the formation of ODAG,” Mary Beth says, “members have [...]

Call to Participate – Los Angeles Aging Survey

By |2017-10-30T13:11:02+00:00September 28th, 2017|Safety|

Survey to Meet the Needs of Aging Population Los Angeles County (home of The Caregiver’s Voice) is conducting a survey to address the needs our diverse aging population. It includes questions about caregiving for people with dementia/Alzheimer’s. DEADLINE October 1, 2017 The survey is offered in 10 languages to meet the needs of Los Angeles’s [...]

REVIEW of And Then I Looked Up Dementia – Women Speak Out

By |2017-10-30T13:11:12+00:00September 28th, 2017|Safety|

UK-based CEO of ADI , Paola Barbarino says, “All the women affected by dementia are exposed to what has been termed a triple jeopardy. They are discriminated against as a result of their AGE, of their GENDER, and of their CONDITION.” “And then I looked up Dementia ” yields demeaning synonyms in the dictionary for [...]

Puzzled by Her Mother’s Emotions after Stroke and Dementia

By |2017-10-30T13:11:21+00:00September 28th, 2017|Safety|

Karen Miller’s mother suffered a massive stroke at age fifty. “My mother’s stroke caused paralysis on her right side and took away her ability to speak. Also, she didn’t recognize her reflection in the mirror,” said Karen during a recent interview. “Mom became emotional and seemed to lose her ability to reason. It wasn’t until [...]

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