Season 4 (Episodes 41 - )

EPISODES

Episode 41

Guests Mike Belleville and Mary Fridley speak about Reimagining Dementia: A Creative Coalition for Justice . Mary, a longtime community activist recognized how COVID disproportionately affected people living with dementia ...

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Episode 42

Our Young Onset series begins with a conversation between Matt Dineen, a father of three and husband from Ottawa, Ontario and Jillian McConnell, guest host and Knowledge Mobilization lead with brainXchange. Nine years ago, ...

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Episode 43

Lisa Loiselle, explores the importance of the arts in the context of dementia from the lens of a personal advocate, Rev. Dr. Cynthia Huling Hummel and a care partner, Daniel Potts. Cynthia started having memory problems at ...

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Episode 44

Jillian McConnell, our guest host, speaks with the Dineen children: Justin, Rebecca, and Peter who were just 12, 10, and 8 at the time of their mom’s diagnosis (9 years ago), about their experiences as younger children ...

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Episode 45

A Toronto-based mental health clinician and artist specializing in aging, older age, and dementia, Aynsley Moorhouse elaborates on how the fundamental principles of theatre improv, such as saying “yes, and”, are also ...

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Episode 46

In this episode of our Young Onset Dementia series, guest host, Kathy Hickman of the brainXchange and Alzheimer Society of Ontario speaks with Jill Czuczman who is care partner to her husband David, living with Frontotemporal Dementia. ...

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Episode 47

Lisa Loiselle speaks with filmmaker Chris Wynn who filmed his father’s struggles with Alzheimer’s in a documentary “Forgetful Not Forgotten” and a 2nd feature documentary about young caregivers called “Much ...

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Episode 48

John and Cindy McCaffrey's motto is “Have a good day, every day”. In this episode of our Young Onset Dementia series, guest host, Kathy Hickman of the brainXchange and Alzheimer Society of Ontario talks with them about their ...

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Episode 49

Lisa Loiselle speaks with Brenda Hounam and Colleen Whyte about friendship and dementia. Brenda was diagnosed with early onset dementia at age 53. She met Lisa in 2002 when they, and others planned the first ever conference by and for people ...

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