CaregiverLife Radio – Alzheimer’s Myths and Facts

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Topic: Alzheimer’s Myths & Facts

Special Guest: Michelle Sanfillipo from Alexian Brothers Neurosciences Institute

About Michelle: Michelle L. Sanfilippo, MPAS, PA-C is a certified physician assistant practicing in neurology for the last 9 with Dr. Concetta M. Forchetti at the Alexian Brothers Neurosciences Institute.  She graduated with a bachelors of medical science from Midwestern University PA Program in Downers Grove in 1999.  She received a Masters of Physician Assistant Studies with honors, with an emphasis on cognitive rehabilitation from University of Nebraska in 2004.  Prior to attending PA school, Michelle worked as a caregiver in a dementia specific living facility.  After graduating from PA school and becoming certified, Michelle worked briefly in family practice and internal medicine. Michelle left medicine to direct special care units for patients with severe dementia, prior to joining Dr. Forchetti in 2004.  Together, Dr. Forchetti and Michelle diagnose and manage patients with cognitive impairments and dementia.

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About Sue Salach

Sue has a Master's degree in Gerontology and has worked in the geriatric healthcare field for over 25 years and is the Author of "Along Comes Grandpa", a caregiving resource guide, and the novel "If I Walked in Her Shoes" (http://www.AlongComesGrandpa.com). As a Keynote Speaker and Corporate Trainer, Sue employs her comprehensive experience and enthusiasm to assist corporations in finding solutions to work/life balance challenges and pro-actively educate and empower their employees.
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2 Responses to CaregiverLife Radio – Alzheimer’s Myths and Facts

  1. eli cannon, m.d. says:

    You’ll be receiving a copy of Caregiving: Derailed Lives next week or the week after (Bay Tree Press). Thanks for giving it a look and, if it warrants such, giving feedback.

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