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Best Jill Lorentz podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Jill Lorentz podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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I am so happy to welcome my friend Val, Charles Valentine to the show this week. We have been friends for many years after my cousin, Johnny Kris Johnson introduced us in LA. After knowing Val for about 5 years I received a call from him, requesting help when he learned his beloved Mom Margarita Promponas, was having memory issues and cognitive los…
 
Today’s show is all about embracing the changes thrown at us when a diagnosis has been given to a person experiencing some type of dementia and their family and friends. Difficult behaviors can apply to everyone involved, when emotions are running high, we are feeling down and grieving the loss of what is to come and what is lost due to memory impa…
 
This podcast is dedicated to helping my Caregivernation with issues that can be very concerning to them when they are living with or caring for people with various dementia’s that present with memory loss and cognitive impairment. Driving is a very serious and touchy issue that almost all of go through during this journey. When our friends with dia…
 
Klaralee Charlton is back and she will give us the yearly update on what we can receive credit for as a caregiver? Are you paying for care out of pocket in a care community or by bringing in homecare? What is okay to deduct and what isn’t? Also tax implications for selling homes? What if you don’t have your ducks in order? Klaralee answers our ques…
 
As I begin the 3rd year of my podcast I take a look at what the various dementia’s are, and explore what I cover on my show to educate the masses. I will continue to bring strategy and techniques to all of you to help you in your daily lives. I am grateful for this podcast so that I can visit you in your home to help explain how the brain is affect…
 
This Show which comes after the holidays are over and families saw signs of possible memory and cognitive issues in a loved one while they were with loved ones over the holidays. Today , I am answering listeners questions about how to recognize early stage memory loss. You can see the early signs if you are observant to changes in someone’s persona…
 
December 23, 2019 My Guest is Ryan Khan – This month of holiday celebrations brings questions of faith, spirituality and more. People ask many questions when they are given a diagnosis of some type of dementia. Why me? Did I do something wrong; was I a bad person? Has God forgotten me? University of Colorado Staff Chaplain, Ryan Kahn helps explain …
 
My guest on December 17, 2019 is the awesome researcher Dr. Brianne Bettcher, PhD, Assistant Professor, Director of Neuropsychology Research at Rocky Mountain Alzheimer’s Disease Center and the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. We had a lovely conversation about some exciting research she is working on, and is looking for participants…
 
December 9 2019 Was such a fun day in the studio! I enjoyed playing DJ as I introduced the songs from my Christmas CD FINDING CHRISTMAS SPIRIT! My husband Jim and I created this CD for family & friends who enjoy our little concerts throughout the year and wanted to share the holiday spirt with all of you! If you would like to purchase the CD you ca…
 
November 18, 2019 my guest is Dr. Peter Pressman, a Neurologist from University of Colorado who specializes in Frontotemporal Degeneration. This is the 4th leading type of dementia and it is devastating for families who live with this disease. Dr. pressman explains the disease thoroughly so that we can understand its cause and the symptoms.…
 
November 4, 2019~ My guest was Jill Lindgren from eLivelihood, talking about her amazing new App that helps families to be on the same page for care. The multifaceted face of this program is unbelievable! Please listen to learn more and check the BLOG site on this web site for more information.By Jill Lorentz
 
Jill Lorentz & Dr. Jonathon Woodcock This week Oct, 21st my guest was Dr.Jonathon Woodcock from the Rocky Mountain Alzheimer’s Disease Center. We had a great chat about listener’s questions such as when is it time to see a physician about memory loss? What is normal aging, and how can we keep from overreacting when it runs in our families and we ar…
 
My guest on October 15th is the awesome researcher Dr. Brianne Bettcher, PhD, Assistant Professor, Director of Neuropsychology Research at Rocky Mountain Alzheimer’s Disease Center and the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. We had a lovely conversation about some exciting research she is working on, and is looking for participants to j…
 
Dr. Tim Boyd and Jill Lorentz My Guest this week of October 7th is Dr. Timothy Boyd, PHD, who works at the Rocky Mountain Alzheimer’s Disease Center in Colorado. Dr. Boyd shared astonishing and hopeful findings of an exciting research trial, designed to end Alzheimer’s, this week on my show. Explaining their Leukine Trial, Boyd told my listeners th…
 
Joe Ellis President & CEO of the Denver Broncos NFL Team with Jill Lorentz September 15, 2019 At the Denver Walk to End Alzheimer’s I took my producer and engineer Hank Bradshaw with me and we recorded the show at the Walk. We spoke to many families, new to the disease, seasoned caregivers, people who just recently lost a loved one and people who h…
 
Hi Friends – Today, September 10, 2019 is a show to think about memory loss and cognitive impairment in a new way. So often we just see what the person has lost, and how we are going to work with the symptoms we see on a daily basis. What if you looked at this from the perspective of – how would you see the disease if you were looking at it through…
 
Today I had a wonderful coffee chat with Mary O’Hara, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with the Rocky Mountain Neurobehavioral Associates. Her knowledge of FTD gives great insight into new ways to think about communicating with someone living with this difficult disease. 1. The Work We do RMNBA is a small private practice where we focus on support…
 
August 27, 2019, This show tackled the subject of how to prepare and conduct a Care Plan meeting with the provider who facilitates care for your loved one. This could include the doctor, care community, home care, group home and others. I will provide practical help on the questions to ask and a comprehensive process for a productive meeting.…
 
Dr. Samantha Holden Assistant Professor of Neurology, Director, Memory Disorders Clinic, University of Colorado School of Medicine August 19, 2019, My guest today is Dr. Samantha Holden from University of Colorado Hospital. She is an Assistant Professor of Neurology and a highly respected physician working with Lewy Body and Parkinson’s dementia’s.…
 
August 5, 2019 – I feel like this is one of my most important podcasts, as I share quotes from people with memory loss and cognitive impairment regarding what it is like to live with issues and activities of daily living. Their candid thoughts provide enormous insight into what it is like when you have trouble remembering, make mistakes, lose items…
 
I had a fantastic conversation with three Home Instead Denver North caregiver’s where we discussed some of the hardest issues with bringing a caregiver into your home. What if your loved one won’t accept the care, or let them into the house? What if a spouse gets in the way of activities? We explore these questions and more!…
 
Jill & Her Mama Dee This is a difficult show for me this week. I have reached a place where I am angry and frustrated, just like all of you, that the dementia rollercoaster never seems to end for my family. Younger onset, meaning before age 65, is prevalent in my family. My mom, age 56, my brother age 56, now others in my family are showing signs, …
 
Jill & her Good Friend Amelia Schafer July 1, 2019 my guest was the Executive Director of the Colorado Alzheimer’s Association, Amelia Schafer. We discussed Annabel Bowlen, wife of pat Bowlen, Owner of the Denver Broncos. Annabel disclosed her recent diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease and we admired her courage and willingness to be a face behind the…
 
This week June 24, 2019 my guest was the author of Tears In My Gumbo: The Caregiver’s Recipe for Resilience by Nadine Roberts Cornish Tears in My Gumbo, The Caregiver’s Recipe for Resilience is a heartfelt manuscript that speaks personally and passionately to the 44 million caregivers caught up in the silver tsunami sweeping this country and for al…
 
My guest, June 17, 2019, is Shannon Gimble, Program Manager, Denver Ombudsman’s office. Shannon answers questions on how and when to ask for help mediating with a care community when trouble arises. Shannon’s office is a representative for families and can intervene when perceived issues arise that seem to need more assistance to solve than a famil…
 
My guest, June 10, 2019, was Cary Johnson, Director, Crime Prevention, 1st Judicial District Jefferson County. We talked about how to prevent people with any type of dementia from becoming a victim of crime. Looking at what makes us targets can help us to be aware. Jefferson County is leading the way in the Denver metro area for programs with senio…
 
This week, June 3, 2019, My show is about the start of summer. How can we help our fellow man by checking on lonely and cognitively impaired neighbors and see what we can do to assist them? Also tips for the #caregivernation folks on how to reduce stress over the summer months. Loads of ideas on the monthly strategy show!…
 
This week, May 27, 2019 my guests were Randy Kuykendall, Director of Health Services, and Elaine McManis, Branch Chief of the Health, Home & Assisted Living – both at the Colorado Department of Health and Environment. We spoke about the new Assisted Living Regulations (ALR’s) in Colorado. They are the 1st new regulations in 34 years. They are the m…
 
May 20, 2019 My guests were Nancy Thompson and Lisa Steffen of the Colorado Alzheimer’s Association as we talked about the Memories in the Making Art Auction. We spoke about the benefits of the program and how it enhances the lives of those with memory impairment. The MIM Art Auction is held at the Denver Broncos Training Field House and the date o…
 
This week, May 6, is a strategy show about how to talk with a care community about issues regarding a resident. Also answering listeners questions! Letting someone else take over the care of your loved one when the scope of care has become too much is trying and difficult for many. I have some advice for you and I have a great show for all, about l…
 
This show today is an important one and personal to me. I am discussing suicide, prevention, awareness and all the facets that encompass this tragedy, and sometimes a choice thought of as death with dignity in chronic illness cases. I am not judge or jury. Recently I lost a friend to death by suicide and I am still rocked by it. I invited Dr. Stace…
 
This week, I interviewed Dr. Brianne Bettcher, Assistant Professor of Neuropsychology at the University of Colorado Rocky Mountain Alzheimer’s Disease Center in Denver. In Part 2 Bri talked with me about the difference between normal aging and cognitive impairment. We talked about new advances in research and how she is working on determining when …
 
This week, I interviewed Dr. Brianne Bettcher, Assistant Professor of Neuropsychology at the University of Colorado Rocky Mountain Alzheimer’s Disease Center in Denver. In Part 1 Bri talked with me about the difference between normal aging and cognitive impairment. We talked about new advances in research and how she is working on determining when …
 
I am so happy to welcome my friend Val, Charles Valentine to the show this week. We have been friends for many years after my cousin, Johnny Kris Johnson introduced us in LA. After knowing Val for about 5 years I received a call from him, requesting help when he learned his beloved Mom Margarita Promponas, was having memory issues and cognitive los…
 
My guests in this 2 part segment beginning the first part of April, are Angela Halpern, Laura Guse, and Bob Brown as we spoke about a program from LSVT Global called Big and Loud! A fantastic program to help people with Parkinson’s to live resiliently and improve many aspects of their life including its quality on a daily basis.…
 
My show today is a strategy show was about the 10 warning signs of Alzheimer’s and explain what are the nitty gritty clues we see in our homes when MCI and early stage are starting to show. I hope today’s show helps enlighten #caregivernation of what their friend with diagnosis is experiencing and help them display more compassion and understanding…
 
My show today is with Karan McGrath from Juniper Village Louisville, explaining how her person centered care community trains her staff on best practices for working with Alzheimer’s, Lewy Body, Frontal Temporal and Parkinson’s. She explains in depth the type of care that really works for a person with diagnosis. De-escalation techniques, great tip…
 
March 11, 2018 My guest is Stacie Naslund from Spring Ridge Alzheimer’s Special Care Center. We discussed the information from last week’s Report on the Journal of Gerontology which released its finding and recommendations on Person Centered Care (PCC) and related it to how PCC looks when use as practical application in real time and life. This is …
 
My guest this week is Rosalyn Reese, the Director of Diversity and Inclusion for the Alzheimer’s Association Colorado. Today we talked abut the need for the Rocky Mountain Conference on Dementia, what it is, why we need the education for families and professionals and what the breakout sessions entail. You should fight to have a conference in your …
 
On March 4th, my friend Amelia Schafer & I discussed the report released by the Journal of Gerontology in February regarding what the basic tenants and best practices of Person Centered Care (PCC) should look like. Amelia is the Executive Director of the Colorado Alzheimer’s Association. We discuss our thoughts about why PCC is not only important, …
 
The show today is a little longer than usual because I had two very special guest in the house. My friends Cherie Conway and Deborah Gardiner were kind enough to join me in the studio today to talk about their husbands and their journey with different types of dementia’s. Both women were caregivers for their husbands, Tim and Ken, who had younger o…
 
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