Dr Liz in the Media


spreading AWARENESS

After two decades of practice and thousands of patients, I’m thankful for every opportunity to share the knowledge I’ve gained. Whether it’s an interview or a seminar, I consider it my duty to reach the widest audience possible and educate others on eldercare.

Here are a few of my media appearances, where I’ve talked about various topics:


Living in the Moment Proves Dementia Doesn’t Mean the End

Dr Liz’s new book is aimed at caregivers, but it’s a great read for anyone with a loved one living with dementia.

Overmedicating Elders: Shedding Some Light on the Problem

“We physicians are really good about adding medications, not as good about taking medications away,” Dr Liz says. Overmedication is a serious issue in eldercare.

Tips & Resources From a Geriatrician

Living in the Moment isn’t just a practical guidebook. It’s also an uplifting reminder that, even after a dementia diagnosis, there’s still joy to be had.

A Candid Discussion: Dealing with Dementia

Dealing with dementia can seem like navigating a maze — there are tons of things to consider, and tough decisions to be made. A good geriatrician can make things a lot easier!

Pain Management Techniques: A Presentation

There’s a lot more to pain management than pills, and meds that work for younger patients might cause problems in elders.

Dementia Diagnosis: Bane or Blessing?

Caregivers and family members might think an elder’s change in behavior is simply due to age, not dementia. A proper dementia diagnosis is often the catalyst for that elder getting the care they need.

Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement: An Excerpt from Living in the Moment

Enjoy a couple of great snippets from Dr Liz’s book. “Life After Dementia Can Still be Sweet” reminds us that life’s joys don’t disappear after a dementia diagnosis.

Signs You Have Alzheimer’s Disease

Some early signs of Alzheimer’s can be subtle, and can be confused with other ailments. Here’s what to look for.

Understanding & Preventing Wandering

When an elder wanders away from home, it’s scary for everyone involved — and this usually happens in the early to middle stages of dementia. It’s important to plan ahead.

Family Caregivers: Finding Joy Through Understanding Dementia

Finding joy during the dementia journey involves understanding your loved one’s changing needs, and living in the present, not the past.

The Dangers of Undiagnosed Dementia

It bears repeating: Don’t ignore those subtle early warning signs of Alzheimer’s!


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