Living With: Alzheimer's and Caregiving - a Podcast Interview with Pam Farina

I had the honor of interviewing AlzheimersDisease.net contributor and moderator Pam Farina, who became a caregiver for her mom as Alzheimer's disease progressively took away her ability to care for herself. Pam shares her experience of caregiving, how and when they hired additional help, and how she now keeps her mom's memory alive by helping others.

Listen to our conversation below.

 

 

Living With is a podcast by Health Union that explores what it's like to live with a chronic condition. Contributors to Health Union communities share how they cope with trying symptoms and treatments, as well as how their daily lives are impacted by their health conditions. Their courage and resilience are inspiring, offering wisdom that transcends dealing with health issues and gives insight on how best to deal with any kind of challenge.

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