• Lisa Separates Fact from Fiction on Brain Disease

    15 DIC. 2023 · Among the myths dissected on the show are the ideas that dementia is an unavoidable part of aging and that forgetfulness is invariably an indication of dementia. Lisa explains these beliefs, drawing on expert insights to shed light on the truths and falsehoods surrounding these commonly held ideas. For more information on dementia and myths: https://bit.ly/4alsz3b
    14m 43s
  • Recognizing Key Behavioral Triggers

    11 DIC. 2023 · Because there are so many aspects of living with Alzheimer's disease and related dementia that are completely unpredictable, Lisa shares some of the behavioral triggers that family members and caregivers should be aware of so they can then be more prepared to resolve these situations before they escalate. Not only does Lisa identify possible triggers, but also discusses key tips and strategies for responding to these unexpected behavioral changes. More information will be available on the blog: https://bit.ly/41fKTXw
    45m 33s
  • Laurette's Ingenious Books and the Impact on Memory

    27 NOV. 2023 · Nostalgia is particularly helpful for those who enjoy conversing or hearing about 'simpler times' or the 'good old days' without reference to personal photos or keepsakes, but still offer a calming familiarity, which is clinically proven to help those with memory loss to cope and often to thrive. Her books and stories reminisce about important milestones of our lives through visual and auditory cueing, reducing common feelings of depression and loneliness. The books are voice-enabled and are categorized into a variety of topics, such as books for the holidays, etc. Be sure to check out these extraordinary books on Laurette's Website. https://nanasbookseries.com/ For more detailed information on this subject: https://bit.ly/3MX5OZj
    50m 32s
  • Navigating the Complexities of Brain Disease

    17 NOV. 2023 · In the most recent installment of Truth, Lies & Alzheimer's, host Lisa Skinner delves into the unexpected facets of brain disease that can seemingly emerge unexpectedly. Many listeners may find themselves unaware of these elements, prompting Lisa to coin them as the "hidden or secret faces" of brain disease. Through poignant narration, she shares two profoundly personal stories, using each narrative to illuminate surprising behaviors associated with these often-overlooked aspects of cognitive health. Skinner's insightful exploration not only sheds light on these hidden dimensions but also underscores the complexities of living with and understanding brain diseases. For further information: https://bit.ly/46xiBcd
    25m 16s
  • How to Establish a Daily Routine for a Caregivers

    9 NOV. 2023 · Lisa Skinner kicks off her show today with a talk on the importance of implementing a routine for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. She also defines “catastrophic reactions” and explains why they happen. Next, she shares common triggers for behavioral and personality changes in people with dementia, as well as what to look for and some of the most challenging behaviors. In her new segment, “What’s New,” Lisa brings you the latest information on diagnosing, treating, and curing Alzheimer’s disease today, based on data from the Alzheimer’s Society and the Alzheimer’s For more information for caregivers: https://bit.ly/49oRNxj
    39m 27s
  • Several behaviors that are common with dementia

    2 NOV. 2023 · It is important to understand that as Alzheimer’s disease continues to destroy memory and mental skills, it also begins to alter emotions and behaviors. Approximately 70 to 90 percent of Alzheimer’s patients eventually develop behavioral symptoms; therefore, Lisa can't emphasize enough the importance of being able to recognize these behavioral symptoms and what might have triggered them. Agitation is one of the most common behaviors seen with dementia and can be displayed in a variety of ways, including restlessness, pacing, fear, and/ or changes in body language or facial expressions. Agitation can also easily escalate to aggression if not responded to appropriately. In Lisa's What's News segment you will hear on information about a Diet! For more information and contact: https://bit.ly/46UFHdJ
    22m 24s
  • Understanding Canine Dementia A Surprising Reality

    26 OCT. 2023 · In today's episode, Lisa narrates her very personal story about her beloved dog, Oliver, who was diagnosed with Doggie Dementia when he was about 13 years old. Yes, unbeknownst to Lisa at the time, dogs actually do develop dementia, just like humans. She started noticing some very peculiar behaviors in her dog, but at first, not knowing that dogs really do get dementia, she thought that maybe she was just reading into the signs and symptoms that he started displaying that reminded her of humans who lived with Alzheimer's disease and dementia. At first, she dismissed it as a coincidence because she had been working with humans living with dementia for so long. But his peculiar behaviors continued, so she took him to the vet, who diagnosed him with doggie dementia, or Canine Cognitive Dysfunction, which is synonymous with Alzheimer's disease in humans. Lisa shares with her audience the signs and symptoms to look out for in case you suspect that your dog might have dementia. It is estimated that 68% of dogs will suffer from dementia by the age of 15! For contact information: https://bit.ly/3Fuvad9
    27m 50s
  • Inside Dementia's World A Virtual Tour

    19 OCT. 2023 · In today's episode of The Truth, Lies, & Alzheimer's Show, Lisa opens a window into the world of what living with Alzheimer's disease and related dementia is realistically like for those who are living with it. She shares her experience of taking The Virtual Dementia Tour, which simulates for people what it's like to live with dementia. The Virtual Dementia Tour is a scientifically proven method of building a greater understanding of Alzheimer's disease, by allowing us to personally experience what dementia can do to a person. Geriatric specialist, P.K. Beville devised the virtual Dementia Tour, as a way for us to walk, for a time, in the shoes of those afflicted with dementia. The virtual tour employs four components to alter the subject's senses and perception and simulate the day-to-day experiences of people with dementia and Alzheimer's. Hear about Lisa's extraordinary experience taking the Virtual Dementia Tour. In her What's New Segment, Lisa shares an article about an NIA-funded study on how heart attacks may be linked to accelerated cognitive decline over time.
    25m 32s
  • Unlocking Memories with The Power of Music

    12 OCT. 2023 · On today's episode of the Truth, Lies, & Alzheimer's Show, Lisa interviews Alexis Baker, who is a board-certified music therapist of 10 years and the founder and owner of Bridgetown Music Therapy, which she founded in 2017. Alexis is passionate about serving older adults, especially those who are living with Alzheimer's disease and related dementia. Alexis says that she views using music to make a positive difference in people's lives as a life calling. She is drawn to their wisdom and to their life stories and absolutely loves seniors. Lisa and Alexis discuss just how magical and powerful music is to those with cognitive decline and they share several true-to-life stories with the audience based on their personal experiences. For contact Information: https://bit.ly/3rS9jJd
    30m 14s
  • The challenges that caregivers face every day

    5 OCT. 2023 · On today's episode of The Truth, Lies, & Alzheimer's Show, Lisa pays tribute to all the caregivers and family members who work so hard to care for our loved ones who live with Alzheimer's disease and related dementia. She acknowledges how hard it is to care for those who are cognitively impaired and discusses some of the challenges that these caregivers face every day. She gives many examples of the unexpected situations that arise with the cognitively impaired along with tips and strategies for how to handle these situations if they do arise. If you are a caregiver to someone living with dementia, ♥ you don't want to miss this episode!♥ In her What's News Segment, Lisa gives an update on the Willis Family and how they are struggling every day to live through Bruce Willis' Frontotemporal Lobe dementia diagnosis as best they can. For further information: https://bit.ly/3F0WYph
    46m 43s

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The Truth Lies and Alzheimer’s Podcast features Lisa Skinner, a highly recognized expert and media host. Lisa Skinner’s original thinking and counter-intuitive solutions provide family members, spouses, children, caregivers, and...

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The Truth Lies and Alzheimer’s Podcast features Lisa Skinner, a highly recognized
expert and media host. Lisa Skinner’s original thinking and counter-intuitive
solutions provide family members, spouses, children, caregivers, and others with a
concise guide and the tools they need to effectively manage the symptoms of
Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. She is an International Speaker and Author.

The Podcast features conversations that provide Tips for all caregivers
navigating the heartbreaking challenges of having a loved one diagnosed with
Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia. Everyone has a story about Alzheimer’s.
It’s time to start the conversation about Alzheimer’s and stop treating it like it’s
only a “Family Business.” #starttheconversation

To book an appearance on our Truth, Lies & Alzheimer’s Podcast
Contact: Lisa Skinner - dementiawhisperer1@gmail.com
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