Of Sound Mind
Of Sound Mind is a new series on dementia and healthy cognitive aging sponsored by the Stanford Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center. This series brings experts in the field of cognitive aging to explore current research in dementia, and discuss methods of keeping your brain healthy. Our host, Dr. Dolores Gallagher Thompson is a well-respected researcher in the field of geropsychology.
Of Sound Mind: Healthy Cognitive Aging
Healthy Cognitive Aging is the first episode of this talk show. This episode's guest is Dr. Frank Longo. He is a professor and Chair of the Department of Neurology at Stanford School of Medicine. The discussion during this episode focuses on topics of what is dementia, and what research suggests are ways to reduce the risk of dementia. He provides a brief introduction to the new Stanford Alzheimer's Disease Research Center and gives some background on why healthy volunteers are used in dementia research.
Of Sound Mind: Let's Talk about Dementia
Our guest, Dr. Victor Henderson, director of the Stanford ADRC, shares information about dementia and what to expect from a visit to your doctor if you suspect you have memory problems.
Of Sound Mind: Dementia & Music
The effect of music from the young adulthood of a person with dementia is well know but what happens when they never heard the song before? Our guest, Beatie Wolfe is an UK musician exploring the impact of novel music on the person with dementia.
Of Sound Mind: Talking About PD
Of Sound Mind is taking a closer look at Parkinson's Disease, what it is, how it is diagnosed, and what happens after diagnosis from treatment options to support groups. Our guests are Dr. Kathleen Poston, a physician and researcher from Stanford ADRC and Steven Russell from Stanford's Parkinson's Community Outreach Program.
Of Sound Mind: The Dementia Continuum of Care
Dementia has far reaching effects into all aspects of a person's life and caring for someone with dementia means paying attention to these unique requirements. Today's episode looks at outpatient care with Marina Martin MD, inpatient care with Rita Ghatak PhD, community support with Edie Yau MA, and research with Nusha Askari PhD.