Open Mic On Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio Tuesday – Join The Conversation!

Open Mic – Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio Tuesday – Dec 30th

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11am EST, 10am CST, 9am MST, 8am PST and 4pm London Time

Tell us about your 2014, and what you would like to see in 2015. 

Let your voice be heard. Join the conversation!

teepa blk whiteteepa  pic of jay jonesTeepa Snow one of America’s leading educators on dementia and Jay Joseph Jones from Shared Syndicate in the UK will start us off discussing the launch of their new project called “Where Did You Go?” The second half will be Open Mic On Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio.

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Project Email:

Twitter: (@sharedsyndicate)

Project Hashtags: #Wheredidyougo #Shareyourstory


Twitter: (@teepasnow)


Check Out The KickStarter Program “Where Did You Do?”

Teepa_kickstarter_where_did_you_goCome Cheer In The New Year With Us!

Before another year slips by us, we would love to hear from you.

What did you struggle with this year?

What are you grateful for?

How has dementia impacted you and your family?

What are you doing to raise awareness of the disease or what would  you like to see happen in 2015?

We all know the dementia can be a gift or a disaster.

How have you been dealing with the disease?

What stories would you like to share that may have a lesson for someone else dealing with the disease?

Here on Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio we believe it’s ok to feel a variety of emotions and we want to be a safe place for people to share  and support one another.  We want to encourage everyone to have honest conversations about living with the disease, not as it.

Call in at (714) 364-4757 or use the chat box to talk with us.  Remember your voice is just as important as the next person.  Together, we can make a difference to improve our dementia care culture.

Looking for a great gift for someone with dementia? 

Check out Alzheimer’s Music Connect for a variety of gifts.

For More Information and Resource on Dementia and Caregiving

Go to Alzheimer’s Speaks Resource Center Below


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