Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio with Lori La Bey will interview Viki on August 28 at 8AM PDT
Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio™ believes in giving voice to those afflicted with memory loss and their caregivers while empowering them to live purpose filled lives. Our goal is to raise aware-ness, give hope, and share the real everyday life stories of what it is like to live with dementia.
Why is Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio Important?
Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio is unique as it understands the everyday frustrations and disconnect with service delivery systems offered in today’s market. We have made a commitment to
provide valuable information and resources to those in need; along with giving voice to those in the trenches with the disease so they too may be a change maker.
We believe all voices need to be heard: family caregiver, professional caregiver and all
business professionals providing service to this demographic. We believe it is time to
acknowledge and reward those who are providing unique and excellent services and insights as to how to live a purpose filled life with the disease . We love interviewing individuals who are not afraid to challenge old ways and thought patterns in order to improve care for those we love and serve.
Lori La Bey of Alzheimer’s Speaks™ – Caregiver, Speaker, Trainer, Consultant
Lori’s Mother started having memory problems over 30 years ago and so dementia has been part of her life. Lori’s Mom is now in her end stages of Alzheimer’s disease. This journey has taught her much and she is now able to see the gifts wrapped in the package of illness. For Lori, Alzheimer’s disease has changed her life in many positive ways. She now speaks, trains and consults on Alzheimer’s disease and Caregiving. Lori has developed several platforms to give voice to Dementia: a Resource Website (soon to release an updated version to be the first international resource site for dementia), Blog, Radio Show, YouTube Channel and a couple different webinar series.
Our Channel Expert—
Rick Phelps, has Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease (EOAD)
Instead of fading away letting Alzheimer’s disease destroy Rick’s life at age 57, he chose to raise awareness and give a new face to the disease. Rick is Founder of Memory People™ a closed group on Facebook, which has an international presence supporting those in need. The group is designed for people with memory loss, their caregivers both family and professionals; along with advocates and those interested in learning more about the disease. It is strictly a group to support one another in real time. Rick can be reached on Facebook.
Have a kind and respectful day.