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AN INTERVIEW WITH KURT BAKER WITH THE MILWAUKIE PORTLAND ELKS LODGE ABOUT ALL OF THE LOCAL AND NATIONAL CHARITY WORK THEY DO AND THE HAUNTED HOUSE FUNDRAISER THE MONTH OF OCTOBER.
is quite intense. Because there's so many people a couple of bucks dementia . Or thirteen this year as all this circus of the day after who know what you are receiving circus gone bad but
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runs a couple lines back east and they have one contract person memory loss to help them meet their volume and yes we received a continue to grow. We've also just launched you're in Portland. Oh
Alzheimer's Association 052018
AN INTERVIEW WITH KARA GRIFFEY, WALK DIRECTOR WITH THE ALZHEIMER ’ S ASSOCIATION OF OREGON AND SW WASHINGTON, ABOUT THE WORK THEY AROUND ALZHEIMER ’ S DISEASE AND ABOUT THEIR WALKS COMING UP LATER IN THE SUMMER.
ultimately cure this disease or ended sore vision is a world without alzheimer's so. We are committed to both things every day helping those families here now but also. Reminding ourselves that we do want a future without this disease. I was looking at your website and there's tons of information there is probably a great place to start if if you were or some in your life is is being affected by alzheimer's Exactly there's a lot of online resource is that people can access that have information on communication strategies they can. Finds a local support groups that are happening in our area. And really just get connected and we always encourage people to do that sooner so that they can get support as soon as they need it rather than wait. And the USA is ails the double ORG that's correct that's an easy wonderment and kids yes but I'm not big. A lot of times we think of alzheimer's and dementia and is kind of the same thing but there are you tell me about the differences. He had I think it's so interesting because you hear people say wall mom has just a little bit of dementia And dementia is a word that's actually an umbrella term that we used to describe cognitive impairment. So it's an umbrella term and alzheimer's disease follows this and falls under that umbrella. So alzheimer's diseases the most common form of dementia but there's other form users Louie body vascular dementia So good. Almost like be seeing the word cancer like saying mom has cancer are not specifying which type of cancer whether that was breast cancer are. Pancreatic cancer could be mere out of types of cancer. So that's what they're really saying when they're saying dementia so it was like to make sure the public knows that. That makes sense yes so would do we know we need the causes of dementia and alzheimer's All subs or really looking out right now Alzheimer's Association has really dedicated to looking. At all aspects. The disease what is causing him what could potentially prevent the disease as laws how to potentially stop that so. We do know that there are certain lifestyles. And that can help with their lowering the risk of dementia and so we're really looking at that right now to see what those correlations are. Gasol on the website that who the leading cause of alzheimer's is aging. Yes so so what a what are we do and I always pray there are aging aging is the largest
decline. So that is the number one risk factor. How prevalent is alzheimer's and dementia . It's a six leading cause of death in the United States. I'm to give you some exact numbers there are six point five million Americans currently living with alzheimer's today. And that within or again we have an estimated 65000. And people living with this disease over 65. And Washington and
people as early as her thirties we've heard have. Displaying signs of alzheimer's disease back again that's a very small percentage of people. Most of it is about the age of sixty crime primarily of primarily 65 okay. So what are some of the things we can be doing to help lower the risk of of alzheimer's and dementia . Yeah definitely why Iran and always wants to know what they can do to help with says and I don't blame them
Alzheimer's Assoc 090416
AN INTERVIEW WITH TRACY MORGAN WITH ALZHEIMER ’ S ASSOCIATION ABOUT THE DISEASE, THE RESEARCH BEING DONE FOR A CURE, AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING WALK.
Gary block so today talking with Tracy Morgan executive director of the Alzheimer's Association Oregon chapter. He was our large population of baby boomers ages alzheimer's disease is on the rise. In fact five million Americans are now living with the illness and there's increasing concerns about long term care and finding a cure. Which will definitely be talking about a little later but first I asked some basic questions about the condition itself. He know a lot of people think that alzheimer's disease and dementia or cognitive dysfunction are all one in the same trees can you explain the difference. Absolutely so dementia it is you know in all our parent that described earlier light rain it's an attempt that we see what the associated decline in memory or thinking skills. Generally it's severe enough security in a person's ability to perform every day after. The next committee the demand should be more of an umbrella term which in that case I'll primer at the most common form of dementia . I want to tell her ethnic England town about he does that we hear so much. So what are the differences is that alzheimer's actually comes with the other symptoms and other problems in addition to the dementia correct. Can you explain what some of those. I need to look at some of the different and compel action and one
Marylhurst Creative Arts Therapy 032016
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. LAURA BEER, THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR OF MARYLHURST’S ART, MUSIC, AND CREATIVE ARTS THERAPIES PROGRAM, ABOUT WHAT CREATIVE ARTS THERAPY IS AND HOW IT HELPS PEOPLE AND THE EDUCATION PROGRAM AT MARYLHURST.
be worked with arms director modalities. For example. Someone who has advanced dementia . Who seemingly can't speak anymore. Or seemingly doesn't recognize. Their son anymore. When we bring in music therapy and activate the power
Mt Hood Kiwanis Camp 083015
AN INTERVIEW WITH KALEEN DEATHERAGE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AT MT HOOD KIWANIS CAMP, AND ANN FULLER, PROFESSOR OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AS PSU, ABOUT THEIR CAMP FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND THE SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP THEY HAVE WITH PSU AND PSU STUDENTS.
and our summer our eighth week. And is usually what we call alzheimer's week and that's not met with any dangerous that in fact that is that is just so many campers hue and if
Willamette Riverkeepers 081615
AN INTERVIEW WITH TRAVIS WILLIAMS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH WILLAMETTE RIVERKEEPERS, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO TO PRESERVE, RESTORE, AND HELP PEOPLE EXPLORE THE WILLAMETTE RIVER.
quite significant in terms how they expect the tributaries and by extension dementia Mortimer. We can also look at how habitat has been modest slide oh Berkshire. But many decades. If you why over the
Natural Grocers 3.1.15
AN INTERVIEW WITH JAENA BARRERA, NUTRITIONAL HEALTH COACH REGIONAL MANAGER WITH NATURAL GROCERS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF HEALTHY FOOD AND NUTRITION.
of the diseases of modern civilization such as heart disease diabetes and alzheimer's is a growing one. It's a six leading cause of death. So all of these really and cancer. Are related back to
BMW of Salem Charitable Giving 11.30.14
AN INTERVIEW WITH JON TAYLOR, GENERAL MANAGER WITH BMW OF SALEM, ON THE FIVE NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS THEY ARE SUPPORTING THIS HOLIDAY SEASON.
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A discussion with Melissa Erlbaum, the Executive Director of Clackamas Women’s Services, about the work they do with women suffering from domestic and/or sexual abuse.
oftentimes are going to have unexplained injuries are absences. Are currently in memory loss problems -- -- -- variety in the trauma and oftentimes you'll see a pattern of -- sort of defending the perpetrators of