Jan 20, 2020
You're probably grieving, but don't realize it. In this episode, I talk all about ambiguous loss and anticipatory grief—and why it's okay to feel this way. I also throw in a small personal story to illustrate the example! Read the original post here: https://rachaelwonderlin.com/2019/03/26/ambiguousloss/ and learn...
Jan 13, 2020
Geriatrics is a tough world to jump into, and when you're the person families talk to first, you're expected to know just about everything. That's a rough road! Hear my advice about what you need to learn and what you need to be prepared for. To take my Udemy class, go to:
Jan 6, 2020
Welcome to Season 2 of the Dementia By Day Podcast! My "20 Things" list was born from my original, "16 Things," which was SUPER popular when I created it in 2014. This is a list of things I would personally want if I got dementia, but I think you'll find that many of these apply to you, as well. Here's the written...
Dec 20, 2019
Dec 20, 2019
"He described all the symptoms of dementia, but then said his mom didn't have dementia." What does dementia ACTUALLY look like? Why is it so challenging to stage someone? Let's find out in this episode of my podcast—the final episode of 2019! Sponsored by Flying Angels, flyingangels.com