Memory Disorders Podcast Series Available Now
What is Dementia?
In part one of our five part series on memory disorders, Celisa Bonner, LCSW discusses the dementia umbrella, myths surrounding it, how memory disorders are diagnosed and treated.
Diagnosing Alzheimer's Disease
In part two of our five part series on memory disorders, Celisa Bonner, LCSW provides easy-to-understand examples for each of the five main factors in diagnosing Alzheimer's disease including amnesia, aphasia, anomia, apraxia and agnosia.
Communication and Dementia
Kim Saberi, MSW shares communication tips if you have a loved one with dementia.
Kim Saberi, MSW explains what dementia is, the health conditions that increase the risk of it as well strategies to increase brain health and wellness.
Kim Saberi, MSW explains the importance of self-care for a caregiver for someone with dementia.
Age-Related Memory Loss
Alzheimer's and dementia care at BayCare Health is designed to attempt to stimulate the senses, trigger memory, slow disease progression, and keep patients functioning at their highest level possible.Dr. Shannon Foster Barsema discusses age-related memory loss, what's normal, and what warning signs or symptoms should send you or a loved one to see a physician to assess the level of dementia. Learn more about BayCare's memory disorders centers and services.
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