Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio Talks with
Michael Horvich Who Cared For His Husband
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Today on the show Lori La Bey talks with Michael Horvich who beautifully shares his love story with his husband Gregory who developed dementia. Michael will set the stage of their long-term relationship and how they dealt with Alzheimer’s disease and held onto their love for one another throughout the journey. The LTGB community (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender)is one of many communities being underserved around the world. Although great stride have been made and progress has started, more needs to be done for all dealing with dementia. If you have a dementia story , product or tool to share please reach out to me. All voices are welcome.
Contact Information for Michael Horvich:
Michael’s Blog: http://mhorvichcares.blogspot.com
15 Minute Documentary on Michael & Gregory: http://www.horvich.com/Site/DOCUMENTARY.html
Michael Writes Blog: http://mhorvich.blogspot.com
Michael’s Collection of Poetry: https://tinyurl.com/y9q5r7s5
The Alzheimer’s Association: Info for LGBT
Today our Dementia Chats Experts, those diagnosed and living with cognitive impairment, discuss what they would like to see their communities provide them to show they are truly a “Dementia Friendly Business or Communities.” You will find great tips for businesses and communities to consider.
Our experts today are: Michael Ellenbogen, Laurie Scherrer, Bob Savage and Truthful Loving Kindness. Lori La Bey, founder of Alzheimer’s Speaks facilitates the conversation. Lori can be reached at or visit Alzheimer’s Speaks website.
Voices of Those Diagnosed with Dementia
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