Today’s show is a wonderful conversation with one of the founders of AlzAuthors, a global community of authors writing about Alzheimer's disease and other dementias from their personal experience.
I believe that one of the most profound elements to change is both sharing story and experience as well as receiving knowledge from those that have a shared experience. In a time where so much information about the disease is "medicalized", it can be so important to have access to a more personalized experience.
In today's episode, Marianne talks about the founding of AlzAuthors, the power of story and how a small, grassroots group of caregivers are making waves as authors. I hope today’s show has helpful information for you!
I host a weekly podcast where I interview dementia specialists and other professionals to help caregivers feel educated, supported and empowered.
We talk about a variety of topics including how to live your best life as a caregiver, how to work with challenges that may arise and how to gain knowledge so you can be your own best advocate.
You can also find it by searching “Life on Repeat” on any podcast app (eg: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify etc) or simply saying "Alexa, listen to Life on Repeat Podcast” on your Apple device.