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|Podcasts for Alzheimer Caregivers|
Videos for caregivers from Videocaregiving.com
This site features twelve 5-6 minute videos about many aspects of caregiving for someone with Alzheimer’s disease.
These excellent videos are short, simple, direct and easily accessed. They use real people in real situations, which provides a quick and easy way to gain insights and ideas for more effective and more relaxed caregiving.
Videos about Alzheimer’s disease
A Quick Look at Alzheimer’s - from
Four 2-minute videos (pocket films) will help increase your understanding of Alzheimer’s disease. They cover four basic topics and can be viewed online, downloaded, or purchased on DVD.
The Peter Rabins Alzheimer's Family Support Center
Videos about symptoms and several caregiving issues.
The Alzheimer’s Association message boards and chat rooms are your online communication forum. Share your thoughts and experiences, query your colleagues and make new friends. Please join our community.
Click here to join the discussion
Virtual Library - Best of the Best
Download lists of the best websites relating to:
- Alzheimer's disease
- Caregiving for families
- Caregiving for professionals
- Language, diversity and Alzheimer's
- School projects
Developed by the Copper Ridge Institute of Sykesville, Maryland in partnership with the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, these eight podcasts provide valuable information on many aspects of caregiving.
Click here to download the podcasts (scroll half way down the page)
Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease - (23 min.) Meryl Comer
Social and cultural insight into the diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease (13 min.)
Caregiving from a daughter’s perspective ( 17 min.)
Caregiving from a son’s perspective (19 min.)
Caregiving and Psychogolical Issues (27 min.)
Workplace Issues for Caregivers (30 min.)
Overview of Alzheimer's disease (30 min.)
Home and Institutional Care (52 min.)
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