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Does food play a part in Alzheimer's or dementia? What about for the caregiver who is stressing and worrying about the independent living capabilities of their parent? We discuss all that and more on the Fading Memories podcast, where you are never alone.



Step into the world of the Fading Memories Podcast, where we intricately weave through the rich fabric of life's diverse experiences. Our podcast offers a compassionate and enlightening perspective on the unique challenges encountered by individuals and families grappling with dementia and Alzheimer's. Dive into the exploration with us at fading memories podcast, where we venture into the realms of psychology, neurology, and geriatric health, casting a spotlight on the delicate equilibrium between fading memories and the vibrant moments that define our existence.



In every episode, we unravel the intricate layers of caring for loved ones affected by cognitive decline, sharing genuine stories, expert insights, and fostering a supportive community for those navigating this complex journey. Our conversations cover a spectrum of topics, from delving into the psychology of delusion to understanding the impact of dementia on daily life. Throughout, we underscore the significance of independent living and the maintenance of cognitive acuity.



Embark on a journey of discovery as we provide practical tips, heartwarming stories, and a wealth of information on gracefully navigating the challenges of dementia with resilience. Our episodes seamlessly navigate the intersection of food, home, and mental health, presenting a holistic approach to cultivating a positive and supportive environment.



At Fading Memories, we champion the power of shared experiences, building a network of understanding and support. Tune in to our podcast to explore the real stories behind fading memories, embracing the profound journey of life, care, and the pursuit of a fulfilling reality. Join us in this exploration at fadingmemoriespodcast.com — where the old may fade, but the memories endure with vibrancy.



Fading Memories is a podcast for caregivers of loved ones with dementia. It provides insights and guidance on how to communicate effectively, manage stress, and cope with grief and loss. The lessons are relevant to anyone caring for a loved one with a chronic illness or disability. By prioritizing the well-being of both caregivers and their loved ones, the podcast's messages of empathy and self-care have the potential to benefit everyone facing these challenges.



Fading Memories was created to support family caregivers in a simple, on-demand form. When I was looking for advice on caring for my Mom, I needed this podcast. Since it didn’t exist, I created what I needed!

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Does food play a part in Alzheimer's or dementia? What about for the caregiver who is stressing and worrying about the independent living capabilities of their parent? We discuss all that and more on the Fading Memories podcast, where you are never alone.



Step into the world of the Fading Memories Podcast, where we intricately weave through the rich fabric of life's diverse experiences. Our podcast offers a compassionate and enlightening perspective on the unique challenges encountered by individuals and families grappling with dementia and Alzheimer's. Dive into the exploration with us at fading memories podcast, where we venture into the realms of psychology, neurology, and geriatric health, casting a spotlight on the delicate equilibrium between fading memories and the vibrant moments that define our existence.



In every episode, we unravel the intricate layers of caring for loved ones affected by cognitive decline, sharing genuine stories, expert insights, and fostering a supportive community for those navigating this complex journey. Our conversations cover a spectrum of topics, from delving into the psychology of delusion to understanding the impact of dementia on daily life. Throughout, we underscore the significance of independent living and the maintenance of cognitive acuity.



Embark on a journey of discovery as we provide practical tips, heartwarming stories, and a wealth of information on gracefully navigating the challenges of dementia with resilience. Our episodes seamlessly navigate the intersection of food, home, and mental health, presenting a holistic approach to cultivating a positive and supportive environment.



At Fading Memories, we champion the power of shared experiences, building a network of understanding and support. Tune in to our podcast to explore the real stories behind fading memories, embracing the profound journey of life, care, and the pursuit of a fulfilling reality. Join us in this exploration at fadingmemoriespodcast.com — where the old may fade, but the memories endure with vibrancy.



Fading Memories is a podcast for caregivers of loved ones with dementia. It provides insights and guidance on how to communicate effectively, manage stress, and cope with grief and loss. The lessons are relevant to anyone caring for a loved one with a chronic illness or disability. By prioritizing the well-being of both caregivers and their loved ones, the podcast's messages of empathy and self-care have the potential to benefit everyone facing these challenges.



Fading Memories was created to support family caregivers in a simple, on-demand form. When I was looking for advice on caring for my Mom, I needed this podcast. Since it didn’t exist, I created what I needed!

    Dementia Prevention 101: 10 Actionable Tips for Better Brain Health

    Dementia Prevention 101: 10 Actionable Tips for Better Brain Health

    Dementia Prevention 101: 10 Actionable Tips for Better Brain Health. Dementia doesn't have to be inevitable. This episode explores 10 actionable steps you can take to boost brain health and support your cognitive well-being for years to come.



    Your Brain on Exercise:




    Get Moving, Get Thinking: Discover how physical activity like walking, swimming, or cycling can improve blood flow and even promote new brain cell growth!




    Fuel Your Brain for Success:




    Brain-healthy Bites: Learn how a balanced diet rich in specific nutrients can protect your cognitive function and fight inflammation.




    Beyond the Basics:




    Lifelong Learning is Key: Explore the power of keeping your brain active through puzzles, reading, or even learning a new language!



    Stress Less, Live More: Discover relaxation techniques and strategies for managing stress to safeguard your cognitive health.



    The Power of Sleep: Learn how healthy sleep patterns contribute to a sharper mind.



    Connect and Thrive: Explore the importance of social connection for brain health.



    Healthy Habits Matter: Discover how managing chronic health conditions and avoiding harmful substances can benefit your brain.




    Join us as we unpack these 10 steps to dementia risk reduction and empower you to take charge of your brain health! By incorporating these simple strategies into your daily routine, you can invest in a brighter cognitive future.







    Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, (a.k.a. "Dr. T") is a board certified internist. He has authored numerous books including the best-selling From Fatigued to Fantastic! (now in its 4th edition). Dr. T lives in Kona, Hawaii. and developed the popular free smartphone app "Cures A-Z."



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    • 46 min
    The (Not So) Subtle Secret Weapon For Healthy Eating

    The (Not So) Subtle Secret Weapon For Healthy Eating

    The (Not So) Subtle Secret Weapon For Healthy Eating dives into nutritious meal tips from a caregiver who embraces variety. Learn how to incorporate diverse, flavorful foods into your own diet without feeling deprived. Healthy eating poses unique challenges when caring for someone with dementia. Our guest shares invaluable insights on encouraging safe, nutritious meals as eating difficulties arise with cognitive decline. From grocery shopping hacks to creative plate presentations, this episode equips you with strategies to make mealtime more appetizing and less stressful for both you and your loved one. If you're struggling with picky eating or appetite loss in dementia care, tune in for a fresh perspective on healthy, enjoyable eating.







    Our Guest:







    Sherri Yarborough is caring for her 93 year old mother. She also started Praxis Senior Caregiving Solutions. She realized that to survive caring for her Mom, she was going to have to rectify their past relationship struggles. This episode, she shares how she made that happen.. She earned her Ph.D. in Educational Policy Studies from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her education as a policy analyst was an invaluable tool for managing the interpersonal changes to the relationship with her mother. 



    Dr. Yarbrough's decade long experience as a family care-giver has taught Dr. Yarbrough the importance of including herself and her needs in the care journey with her mother. Dr. Yarbrough’s ability to view a circumstance from multiple perspectives became the genesis for her Praxis for Care. The Praxis for Care is a strategy that helps family care-givers identify what they need in order to meet the needs of a loved one. The Praxis for Care is the foundation for her motto: care-giving is what you do for your loved one; giving-care is what you do for both of you. She created her business to give family care-givers a resource for navigating the demands of caring for a loved one.



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    Untreated Hearing Loss: A Modifiable Risk Factor for Cognitive Decline?

    Untreated Hearing Loss: A Modifiable Risk Factor for Cognitive Decline?

    Hearing Loss: Could It Be Affecting Your Brain Health? 



    Hearing loss is more than just a quiet world - it could be a risk factor for dementia. This episode explores the surprising link between hearing impairment (alternative keyword: deafness) and cognitive decline.



    Discover how:




    Hearing Keeps Your Brain Sharp: Learn about the role of auditory input in maintaining brain function and how hearing loss can impact cognitive processes.



    The Effort to Hear Takes a Toll: Explore how struggling to understand speech can strain your brain, potentially contributing to cognitive decline.



    Isolation Fuels the Problem: Uncover how social isolation, often associated with hearing loss, can further harm brain health.



    Protecting Your Brain Through Hearing: Learn how timely interventions like hearing aids and rehabilitation programs may help reduce dementia risk.




    Join us as we delve into the science behind hearing loss and dementia. Discover how prioritizing your hearing health could be a powerful strategy for protecting your brain and preventing cognitive decline.



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    • 47 min
    Caring for Elderly Parents Who Live Alone

    Caring for Elderly Parents Who Live Alone

    "Caring for Elderly Parents Who Live Alone : The I Am Fine Product Story" shares a son's innovative solution for monitoring his mom's wellbeing from across the country. As a tech entrepreneur, he leveraged his expertise to develop the I Am Fine system - providing peace of mind for families with elderly parents living independently. Learn how this simple daily call check-in, with customizable call times and backup alerts, can eliminate the stress of juggling your own life demands while ensuring your elderly parent is safe. Gain insights into using technology to support aging in place, prevent isolation, and embrace your loved one's independence, all while safeguarding their health from afar. If you're a long-distance caregiver for elderly parents, this episode offers a practical solution.



    Our Guest - Paul Hammond



    Iamfine is the brainchild of Colin and Paul Hammond. Colin lives in the UK while his brother Paul lives on the west coast of America.  They designed Iamfine to help them both keep in touch with their mother Isobel who lives alone in Florida.



    The brothers regularly speak to their mother and visit several times a year, but busy schedules mean they struggle to check on her every day. Although in her mid-90s, Isobel is healthy, plays golf twice a week, lives in her own home and loves life.  Like many elderly people living alone, she is fiercely independent and doesn’t want her sons to be worrying about her.



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    In-Home Medical Care: The Key to Independent Living for Seniors

    In-Home Medical Care: The Key to Independent Living for Seniors

    June is Alzheimer's & Brain Health Awareness Month, so we're re-braodcasting past episodes on brain health and healthy living.











    In-Home Medical Care: The Key to Independent Living for Seniors. In-home care plays a pivotal role in ensuring optimal brain health for those seeking to maintain an independent lifestyle. The personalized attention provided in a home setting fosters a nurturing environment that promotes cognitive well-being. Doctors and caregivers, trained to address specific health needs, integrate brain health strategies into daily routines. This tailored approach not only supports individuals with cognitive challenges but also enhances overall mental well-being. Emphasizing the synergy between home and health, this holistic care model empowers individuals to lead independent lives while receiving the specialized attention necessary for preserving and improving cognitive function.



    Staying Independent



    In the realm of independent living, in-home care emerges as a cornerstone for sustaining brain health. The home environment, familiar and comfortable, serves as the ideal backdrop for implementing personalized care plans. From engaging in brain-stimulating activities to promoting a nutritious diet, home care providers prioritize holistic approaches to enhance cognitive resilience. Moreover, fostering independence goes hand in hand with prioritizing mental well-being, as caregivers create supportive spaces that encourage autonomy. As we navigate the evolving landscape of healthcare, home care stands out as a beacon for those seeking to preserve their cognitive vitality, promoting not only health but a fulfilling and independent way of living.



    To wrap up our enlightening chat, Dr. Allen introduces us to her membership-based model for holistic care and the rising trend of concierge medicine. We discuss how this innovative approach can support those with limited access to healthcare services, manage medical issues at home, and offer an alternative for caregivers struggling with inaccessible infrastructure. We also highlight the pressing need for a more effective system to provide care for those with Alzheimer's. Tune in for this essential conversation- it's a must-listen if you're a caregiver or know someone who is.







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    (0:09:22) - Aging Population and Care Options



    (0:21:56) - Challenges and Strategies for Alzheimer's Care



    (0:30:09) - Membership-Based Model for Holistic Care



    (0:43:34) - Increasing Availability of Suburban Concierge Medicine



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    • 55 min
    Love Doesn't End at Memory Care - A Caregiver's Powerful Story

    Love Doesn't End at Memory Care - A Caregiver's Powerful Story

    Love After Memory Care: A Caregiver's Powerful Story" chronicles one man's journey with his wife as dementia forces them into the heartbreaking transition to memory care. However, his story showcases how love transcends memory loss.



    You'll gain insights on continuing to cherish your loved one through the memory care experience, understanding why temporary distance may be necessary, and what policy changes could better support dementia caregivers. If you're facing the emotional turmoil of a partner's cognitive decline, this episode offers hope, wisdom and a path forward with love.



    Our Guest - Max Sherman



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    Max Sherman has served as Texas State Senator, President of West Texas State University, Dean of the Lyndon B Johnson School of Public Affairs, President of the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs, Vice President of the Harry S Truman Scholarship Foundation, as well as on numerous boards, including the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, PCUSA Committee on Theological Education, and Federation of State of Humanities Councils. He published a book of several of the major political speeches of Barbara Jordan, his friend and colleague, entitled Barbara Jordan: Speaking the Truth with Eloquent Thunder (UT Press, 2010).



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    Support for those who care about you (optional)




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    I've been focusing a lot on taking care of my brain health, & I've found this supplement called RELEVATE to be incredibly helpful. It provides me with 17 nutrients that support brain function & help keep me sharp. Since you're someone I care about, I wanted to share this discovery with you. You can order it with my code: FM15 & get 15% OFF your order.



    With Relevate nutritional supplement, you get science-backed nutrition to help protect your brain power today and for years to come. You deserve a brain span that lasts as long as your lifespan.



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76 Ratings

Forman Family ,

Thank you

I just found your podcast. I find it very interesting & I’ve learned so much already. I’m starting at the beginning even though you’re years ahead!!!

I’m a PTA, physical therapist assistant. I’m applying what I’ve learned from your podcast onto the patients I work with.

Thank you 🥰

Theresa Lear Levine ✨💕✨ ,

Such an informative and compassionate show!

I have learned so much about Alzheimer's and Dementia through your podcasts, Jennifer. More than, that, you have increaed my empathy, compassion and understanding for those caring for loved ones who are in various stages of this. It was an honor to get to be a guest on your show and kindle a friendship as well. I really appreciate your passion with your mission and the help, comfort, camaraderie and community you bring to those who need it most in this space!

MelissaSmithYoga ,

Thankful

I am grateful there are shows like this to help caregivers through all that they experience. It’s not an easy task- and the tools Fading Memories provides are invaluable. Thank you for the work you do!

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