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Speakers Series Webcast Archives:
 

January 19, 2017: Technology as a Tool

Living Well with Dementia: Technology as a Tool with Jim Van Patter (diagnosed with dementia) and his care partner (and spouse) Lorraine Pare, Karen Johnson, Director at McCormick Dementia Services, and Alexis McDowell, an Occupational Therapist at London Health Sciences Centre.

    


October 17, 2016: Care for the Caregiver


Carolyn Underwood, Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex Registered Social Worker presenting at the October 2016 Speakers Series.

Caregiver Sheila Lui presenting at the October 2016 Speakers Series.

Carole Wray, Meditation facilitator presenting at the October 2016 Speakers Series.


September 28, 2016: Physician Assisted Death
 
 

Robert Sibbald, Clinical and Corperate Ethicist at London Health Sciences Centre presents on Doctor Assisted Dying. 


Dr. Shiraz Malik, Assistant Professor at Schulich School of Medicine and Victoria Hospital, London Health Sciences Centre (palliative care) presents on Physician Assisted Dying. 



Kimberly Knight, from Siskinds Law Firm, gives a legal context to the new legistlation in Canada on Physician Assisted Dying. 


May 30, 2016: Dr. June Andrews

Dr. June Andrews, an international dementia expert and author of "When Someone You Know Has Dementia", gave practical and sensible advice to a full house at our May Speakers Series at the London Central Library.
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April 7, 2016: Communication and Dementia

Gloria Grace Ph.D, a clinical neuropsychologist presenting on communication and dementia. 



Barabara Bentley AuD of Bentley Hearing Services presenting on hearing, communication and dementia. 



Kerry King, a Speech Language Pathologist. presenting on communication strategies and changes for people with dementia.

 

September 29, 2015: Ambiguous Grief

Darcy Harris Ph.D. presenting on ambiguous grief. This presentation is called "Exploring LIving Losses, When What Dies Is Inside Of You"


 
 

June 22, 2015: Delirium and Dementia

Delirium and Dementia with Dr. Monidipa Dasgupta, a Geriatrician at Victoria Hospital, LHSC, Connie Bryan, a caregiver for her mother (now deceased) and Glenda Shilleto, a caregiver for her husband who recently transitioned to Long Term Care.
 




April 27, 2015: Mild Cognitive Impairment

Mild Cognitive Impairment with Dr. Michael Borrie, a Geriatrician at the Parkwood Institute, Carolyn Underwood, a Social Worker at the Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex and Maurice Davidison, a client living with MCI.