Alzheimer's and Memory Care expert, Kelly Scott from Emeritus Senior Living was recently interviewed on wsRadio’s Coping with Caregiving program to discuss ways that families can prepare to care for a loved one who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
Learn about the common misperceptions about Alzheimer’s, what to do when a loved one is first diagnosed, how to best communicate with them, and how to respond to confusing behaviors.
Kelly Scott will also describe how the caregiving approach called “Join Their Journey” can help seniors and caregivers who are living with this disease.
To listen in, go to www.wsRadio.com/CopingWithCaregiving and “Listen via the archives” and scroll to the Sept. 24 interview with expert, Kelly Scott. The host is author, Jacqueline Marcell.
Bookmark this informative interview! Get the first-hand, expert support and information to help you cope with caregiving today!
About the Coping With Caregiving Host:
Author, former caregiver, television executive and UCLA teacher, Jacqueline Marcell is the host of wsRadio.com's show Coping With Caregiving.
About Our Alzheimer's and Memory Care Expert:
Kelly Scott has been with Emeritus Senior Living for more than 13 years, developing effective and innovative programs for Alzheimer's and Memory Care residents. She researches best-practice programming, and develops and implements training for caregivers. She is also a spokesperson and content expert on caregiving videos.
Additional Caregiver Tips:
- Watch our How-To Videos for Caregivers, also featuring alzheimer's and memory care caregiving expert, Kelly Scott.
- Read our Caregiver Tips at our Elder Care Resources Guide.
- Do you need help? Use our Memory and Alzheimer's assessment tool to learn where you may be in need of additional help. (Check if problems occur at least 2-3 times per week for your loved one)
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