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Battling Alzheimer's

The Sound of Ideas
Tuesday, September 26, 2006 - 9:00am
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What can be done when older parents with dementia don't just forget their children but actually become angry with them? Experts say within six years, three-quarters of America's seniors will require some long-term care. And one in five will battle with some form of Alzheimer's. Join us for a conversation about what you can do when Alzheimer's strikes someone you love. We'll get advice from those who have been there and we'll hear from you. That's Tuesday morning at nine on the Sound of Ideas from 90.3.

Guests

Jacqueline Marcell, author, Elder Rage; Sylvia Galizio, intake specialist, Benjamin Rose Institute; Neal Chandler, CSU writing professor whose father suffered from Alzheimer’s disease; Dr. Robert Friedland, CWRU Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry and Chief of the Laboratory of Neurogeriatrics

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