Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio
Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio was launched in 2011, and we believe it is the first radio show in the world dedicated to dementia. Our vision is to give voice to those afflicted with memory loss and their care partners, empowering them to live purpose filled lives. Our goal is to raise awareness, give hope, and share the real everyday life stories of living with dementia. On August 11th, 2015 we switched our platform to Alive and Social where we beleive we will be better able to serve our audience.
We hope you will join the conversation to shift our dementia care culture. CLICK HERE to go to Alzheimer's Speaks Radio where you can listen to live shows or check out our archived shows 24/7 at your conveneince. You can use the chat box to communicate with us or call into the show at 612-284-9448 with your questions or comments.
Most shows will be live on Tuesday 2pm EST, 1pm CST, 12pm MST, 11am PST and 7pm London time.
"I recently had the unique opportunity to appear as a guest on the Alzheimer’s Speaks radio show and it was truly a game changing experience from start to finish! I am truly thankful for the voice that Lori is giving current and former players around the challenges of concussions and their latent effects. The greater the discourse, the more likely things will take a positive turn regarding awareness and making a difference for those impacted. The opportunity also allowed me to engage with a global audience while offering ideas that will serve to advance the conversation around the intricacies of concussions. If given the opportunity, every individual touched by the challenges of concussion's should leverage the Alzheimer’s Speaks platform to understand what is available to them as they move forward in life."
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Contact Us if you are interested in being a guest on the radio show. We have a variety of radio guests: People who are memory impaired, their personal and professional care partners, as well as advocates and others who offer new and life enhancing concepts, services, tools or products to improve our dementia care culture.