In this interview with Lori La Bey, I talked about my concepts of the Deeply Forgetful, Alzheimer's World, and Alzheimer's Love.
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Alzheimer's Speaks Radio. She is also the Founder of Alzheimer's Speaks, an Alzheimer's advocate, and an AD caregiver.
Lori surprised me in this interview when she asked me at the open to discuss my construct of the Deeply Forgetful, and then, Alzheimer's World.
The interview moved very fast and I realized later in the day that I could not fully remember what I said.
I went back and listened to the podcast today and I was surprised by the angle I took in discussing and explaining my construct of the deeply forgetful.
This was also true to lesser extent in my discussion of Alzheimer's World. We also discussed the importance of routine in AD caregiving.
I fully intend to write up a text version of what I did say and publish it here.
You can listen to the podcast below if you missed the live interview. I can also supply you with the embed code, or an mp3 of this interview for use on another website, or in a support group.
Your comments, insights, criticism, and reactions are welcome.
I was more emotional than it sounds in this interview, and I did lose it at the very end.
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