The Care Partner Channel

The Care Partner Channel

Probably one of the most important features of Memory Lane TV, our Care Partner Channel provides empathetic guidance and practical tips for those caring for individuals with dementia. It offers educational content on understanding dementia's progression and its impact on both the patient and caregiver with practical tips and advice from the most recognized resources and experienced care partners in the field. This series of films co-produced with Teepa Snow, UCLA, Naomie Feil, and other important speakers of our caregiver community provides guidelines, explanations, and information on how to best deal with the disease and its evolution in time. 150 films that will train and educate the care partners whether at home or in professional settings.

Here are some features that you will find in our care partner channel:

Educational Content: The channel provides informative videos on caregiving-related topics, ie guidance on managing specific dementia-related conditions and tips and learning about emotional and mental well-being for both caregivers and care recipients.

Expert Advice: We have invited medical professionals, psychologists, social workers, and other experts to share their insights and advice on caregiving challenges that can provide caregivers with valuable information and strategies.

Personal Stories: Sharing real-life stories of caregivers and their experiences can help others feel understood and less isolated. Hearing about the challenges and triumphs of fellow caregivers can be empowering and inspiring.

Tips and Techniques: Offering practical tips and techniques for various aspects of caregiving, such as mobility assistance, meal preparation, and communication strategies, can help caregivers enhance their skills.

Wellness and Self-Care: Caregivers often neglect their own well-being while focusing on their loved ones. The channel also emphasizes the importance of self-care and offers relaxation techniques, stress management strategies, and ways to maintain physical and mental health.

Legal and Financial Guidance: Caregivers might need information about legal and financial matters related to caregiving, such as navigating insurance, estate planning, and government assistance programs.

Community Support: The channel will also provide a platform for caregivers to connect with one another, through ou forum, allowing to share experiences, ask questions, and offer mutual support.

Resource Directory: Curating a directory of local and online resources, support groups, respite care services, and medical facilities, can be immensely helpful for caregivers seeking assistance.

Work-Life Balance: Caregivers often juggle caregiving responsibilities with work and personal commitments. Memory Lane Tv provides tips on how to balance these demands can be beneficial.

Crisis Management: Guidance on handling emergency situations, medical crises, and unexpected challenges can help caregivers feel more prepared and confident.

Cultural Sensitivity: Recognizing that caregiving experiences can be influenced by cultural factors, the channel could offer content that addresses diverse caregiving contexts.

Our care Partner channel could play a crucial role in providing support, education, and a sense of community for care partners who often face unique challenges. We aim to empower caregivers with knowledge and resources to provide the best care while also prioritizing their own well-being.

The Care Partner Channel
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    Learn all about Memory Lane TV. Whether it is the history of Memory Lane, or the science behind it you will learn everything you need to know.

  • Validation Training Institute

    18 items

    The Validation method motivates older adults with cognitive decline to communicate more, relieve stress, and enhance dignity and happiness in their final stage of life. Validation Training Institute provides education, quality standards and easy pathways for learning this evidence-based method.

  • Teepa Snow Series

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    Teepa Snow is one of the leading educators on dementia and the care that accompanies it, in the US and Canada. As an occupational therapist with 40 years of clinical practice, she has founded a company and an approach to support and engage people experiencing changes in brain function. Check her ...

  • The DAWN Method Series

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    Judy Cornish, creator of the DAWN Method of dementia care gives care partners tips on how to meet the emotional needs of a loved one experiencing dementia and influence their mood in a positive way.

  • UCLA - Alzheimer's & Dementia Care

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    UCLA helps give useful tips on dealing with a loved one with Dementia and Alzheimer's.

  • Lien Foundation - Connecting Caregiver Tips

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    The Lien Foundation gives helpful tips on how to handle and care for a loved one battling Dementia.

  • The Dementia Coalition

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    The Dementia Coalition gives helpful tips on being a caregiver of someone with memory loss.

  • Aromatherapy and Dementia - Why Olfactory Stimulation?

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    When a person living with dementia experiences sensory stimulation, that information is processed in the limbic system of the brain, influencing their emotions in the amygdala and memories in the hippocampus. Therefore, when positive stimuli is used, it can influence the person to feel positive f...