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Alzheimer's and Baking with Scott

Author: Scott Montgomery

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I'm not a doctor but I'm a caregiver to my father in law and he has Alzheimer's - I'm also not a baker but I invented a really cool baking pan, and I want to talk about those things.
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Pod 26 Scott and Angie

Pod 26 Scott and Angie

2020-01-0300:18:33

New year, new podcast. Angie and I discuss Alzheimer's, side hustle and what's ahead.
The Malliway Bros discuss owning a charms, spells & potions shop in Chicago.
Pod 24 Scott

Pod 24 Scott

2019-11-1400:06:14

I talk about an Alzheimer's freak out at the I Won't Get Off This Toilet Summit SitIn 2019
Pod 23 Scott and Rob Dorn

Pod 23 Scott and Rob Dorn

2019-11-0600:37:09

Chicago Illustrator, Rob Dorn of RobDorn.com, discusses art and the return of collectable items and nostalgia in Chicago.
Pod 22 Scott and Angie

Pod 22 Scott and Angie

2019-11-0500:17:25

Angie and I talk Alzheimer's, caregiving, baking and working together in the future.
Pod 21 Scott Alone

Pod 21 Scott Alone

2019-10-2900:07:46

I talk about meeting my senior with Alzheimer's where he is at that very moment - It's easy to get used to a routine and just as easy to get overwhelmed when it suddenly changes.
Pod 20 More songs

Pod 20 More songs

2019-10-2200:19:37

More music for your drive, commute.
This podcast is about one of the artistic things I do when I'm not a caregiver.
Pod 18 Scott and Shana

Pod 18 Scott and Shana

2019-10-0700:30:14

Shana and I talk Coñata, caregiving, design, art and owning a demo cafe.
Playwright, Christopher Moore, and I talk life, art, movies, and inspiration.
Pod 16 Scott and Uriel

Pod 16 Scott and Uriel

2019-09-3000:19:20

From crime to Christianity to getting early onset ALS, Lou Gehrig's Disease, my friend tells all.
Playwright, designer, artist, musician, Christopher Moore of ChristopherMooreWorx.com talks about theatre, music, addiction, self care.
Pod 14 guest Meg Dalton

Pod 14 guest Meg Dalton

2019-09-1900:17:16

Meg is a childhood friend diagnosed with Dementia and that's what we talk about - You can barely hear Meg because she's in deepest Virginia (and I didn't have the phone close enough to the mic) but the next time we hear from her I will have her sound way better.
Pod 13 Shana and Angie

Pod 13 Shana and Angie

2019-09-1600:08:18

Shana and I talk small business, Alzheimer's, food design, baking, ageism. Special guest appearance, Angie
Pod 12 Shy Hair Studio

Pod 12 Shy Hair Studio

2019-09-1600:25:25

Sarry Yono of ShyHairStudio.com and I talk about small business, hair industry and being green.
Pod 11 with Chris Brown

Pod 11 with Chris Brown

2019-09-1000:32:03

My baby brother Christopher and I talk Alzheimer's and new beginnings.
Spoke with Nancy Pirri on art and death and SOFA nancy-pirri.com for details.
Pod 9 Rant

Pod 9 Rant

2019-09-0500:04:25

I hate that I'm not in control of my father in law's care while he's overnight in the hospital for an infection. And how did the infection even happen when no one is sick in the apartment and we take great care of him. There is a DNR but if meds cure the infection we want that to happen and the doctor agreed. My rant featured today is really me tired from the hospital and pissed off at the hospice nurse who immediately thought this is something to do with Alzheimer's and we should do nothing. Everyone makes mistakes, and it's up to us as to what kind we feel like repeating. Getting a new nurse isn't a slam on nurses when you're dealing with home hospice care. My father in law wasn't ready to begin a slide in to not responding to food or people, I know because we just settled him in his hospital bed and then came home. And when he wakes up and has a condom catheter I'm assuming he will be freaked out and confused as to where the hell he is. We're not there to care for his comfort, to settle him. We trust the nurses and doctors and assistants to do that but when you're used to doing it, it's hard to sleep.
Scott and Shana talk the past, present and future.
Former Amtrak employee discovers work in aid for Puerto Rico and I, of course, asked her to take the coñata back to Puerto Rico.
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