The Alzheimer’s Podcast:
Navigating Rough Terrain with the Dementia Sherpa
Hello, I’m Mike Good of Together in This.
Welcome to episode 62 of The Alzheimer’s Podcast – Your #1 source for practical tips and insights..
Thank you for joining me for another podcast where my goal is always to empower you and your family to maintain a positive experience, reduce and eliminate the need for medications, and make your time together with those you care for, the best it can be.
You hear it but what does it mean to advocate for your loved one? And how can you be an effective advocate for your loved one?
Christy Turner, the Dementia Sherpa, has run award-winning memory care communities in assisted living and skilled nursing levels of care.
And in this episode of Navigating Rough Terrain with the Dementia Sherpa, she discusses how you can protect your loved one and help ensure they are receiving the best care possible.
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Christy Turner, the Dementia Sherpa, is a regular guest here on The Alzheimer’s Podcast.
She is a Certified Dementia Practitioner, Certified Dementia Care Unit Manager, and Cognitive Stimulation Instructor. She has run award-winning memory care communities in assisted living and skilled nursing levels of care.
Using her 17 years of experience in working with over 1,200 people living with dementia and their families, she’s developed a system that helps families move from crisis management to confidence. You can learn more about Christy through her website at https://dementiasherpa.com/about-us/.
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