What You Should Know as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver 

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Lori La Bey talks with Former Wisconsin Governor Marty Schreiber who was a guest on the show back in 2017. He continues the most important campaign of his life as he shares the challenges of being an Alzheimer’s advocate and caregiver. Like many thrown into the heartbreaking world of dementia, he knew very little about the disease as he cared for his wife, Elaine whom he was married to for more than 60 years.

Learn About:

  1. How is the grieving process different when dealing with a loved one who has dementia?
  2. What is the effect of friends and family walking away?
  3. What are therapeutic lies, how do they work, and why?
  4. What Marty wishes he would have known earlier on in the process.

Contact Governor Schreiber

Website     www.MyTwoElaines.com


Phone    414-405-1045

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