Dementia Care Partner Talk Show – Episode 23: Things are Changing!

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Corrie Phillips

By Corrie PhillipsJanuary 21st, 2019

Dementia Care Partner Talk Show – Episode 23: Things are Changing!

This is the Dementia Care Partner Talkshow, a podcast to help you navigate the senior care maze. Learn and laugh with us as we discuss creative solutions and ideas to common and uncommon dementia care challenges, and how to make sense of the senior care industry and options when you're not a professional.​

This episode is an announcement about some changes to this podcast and its team. Hint: In the future you're likely to hear a lot more of Teepa Snow! 

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2 Comments on “Dementia Care Partner Talk Show – Episode 23: Things are Changing!”

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    My name is Ariella and I wanted to reach out, as I have been listening to your podcasts and saw an interesting opportunity that I thought may be worth pursuing. I work for a music therapy company in Toronto called Miya Music Therapy. We specialize in providing music therapy services to seniors with Alzheimers, Dementia, and other cognitive disorders. We use music therapeutically to decrease anxiety, isolation, and depression and improve the overall quality of life of seniors across Ontario.
    Our first hand accounts and experiences working with seniors and their families have been interesting, encouraging, and fascinating.
    I would be happy to continue this conversation with you at your convenience. Feel free to be in touch with me anytime.
    Looking forward to hearing from you soon,

    1. Alejandro DeJesus

      Hi Ariella,

      My name is Alejandro and I am a mentor with PAC. Thanks for checking out the content and commenting. We love the work of music therapists! I will be passing your information along to a colleague who will reach out to you via email to continue the conversation. The work you are doing during this time of social distancing is appreciated, thanks for sharing with others.

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