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Living to 100 Club

Living to 100 Club

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January 24th 2020: Encore Let's Get Clinical: Knowing Depression, Dementia and Delirium

This episode covers 3 clinical syndromes that besiege many older adults: depression, dementia, and delirium. For those who are not working in health care or may have heard the terms but don’t know how to distinguish among them, this show sets out to explain their similarities and differences. The presenter is the host of Living to 100 Club show, Dr. Joe Casciani, a geropsychologist who has been working with seniors, their families, and caregivers for over 30 years. This is an important subject just due to the sheer volume of older adults who receive assistance from caregivers– paid and unpai

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/3898/living-to-100-club 28/02/2020 12:00 28/02/2020 01:00 Living to 100 Club https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/3898/living-to-100-club This episode covers 3 clinical syndromes that besiege many older adults: depression, dementia, and delirium. For those who are not working in health care or may have heard the terms but don’t know how to distinguish among them, this show sets out to explain their similarities and differences. The presenter is the host of Living to 100 Club show, Dr. Joe Casciani, a geropsychologist who has been working with seniors, their families, and caregivers for over 30 years. This is an important subject just due to the sheer volume of older adults who receive assistance from caregivers– paid and unpaid. In the US alone, at least 30% of caregivers are caring for someone with cognitive impairment. Pushing forward to live as successfully as possible in our later years and being effective as caregivers for our older relatives and friends, means being an informed consumer and having facts at our disposal to make important, necessary health care decisions. Join us for this educational program. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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