In the first half, Anne Kenny, an accomplished palliative care physician, geriatric expert, & professor emerita at the University of Connecticut Health Center, will be talking about her book “Making Tough Decisions” to help listeners deal with the challenges of providing the best possible care for an afflicted, voiceless person- while taking care of yourself.
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The Dolly McCarthy Show BlogTalkRadio & WCKG-AM (Chicago, IL)
Dolly McCarthy chats LIVE with Dr. Anne Kenny, an accomplished palliative care physician, geriatric expert, and professor emerita at the University of Connecticut Health Center.
Alzheimer’s dementia and Money Matters
Difficulty in managing finances was the first sign of cognitive decline with my mother and several of my patients. My mom had piles of bills; she had always been a “stacker” of paperwork to be filed later.
Go Wish – Decisions about End-of-Life Choices in Alzheimer’s Disease
No, not Go Fish. Go Wish. A card game about end-of-life preferences developed by Coda Alliance, a community-based, not-for-profit organization helping individuals and families prepare for end-of-life issues.
Music and Alzheimer’s Dementia
It is said that music soothes the savage beast. It can also enhance the mood of many, join crowds in chorus, make barfuls of people laugh, clap and stomp at a “signature” karaoke performance.
Alzheimer’s Dementia and Flu: Little Known Running Mates
Autumn brings beautiful leaves, contentious elections and……vaccination proddings to avoid influenza.