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Sep 10, 2019

Bernie Travis is a woman on a mission: to spread hope surrounding the dementia diagnosis. Today on our show we talk to Bernie as she shares the personal story that led her to start the Early Onset Dementia Alberta Foundation and host an annual conference. Get the inside scoop on keynote speakers and discover what other...


Aug 13, 2019

Finding the right resources at the right time is a crucial need for people affected by a chronic illness. But what if there was a tool that helped you do exactly that? Find out about a technology platform aiming to intelligently reduce stress for individuals who are caring for or supporting persons living with...


Jul 15, 2019

Just like art, dementia has the power to be transformative. Dr. Gene Cohen taught the world that just because we age doesn’t mean we lose our ability to create and even a brain affected by Alzheimer’s still has the capacity to learn, use the imagination, and engage in new tasks. This is part 2 of a discussion with...


Jun 18, 2019

It’s not often that we receive a message from doctors upon the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or dementia to go dancing or paint a picture. But what if it was? Doctors around the world are beginning to recognize the health benefits of engaging in arts activities as a treatment for all sorts of illnesses. Today, we talk...


Jun 18, 2019

Wandering and dementia is stigmatized due to our misunderstanding of the risks. Just because you have dementia doesn't mean you're at risk of getting lost. We chat with Noelannah Neubauer and Dr. Lili Liu from the University of Alberta, about guidelines they've created to help those living with dementia and community...