28 minutes | Jun 21st 2019

Dementia and Mindfulness Meditation

It is difficult to know whether an individual with dementia will reap benefits from activities traditionally designed for individuals without cognitive impairment. Because of this, we often hear loved ones say "My mother won't be able to do that because she is confused." However, this may not always be the case. In this episode, we speak with Emilie Rosanvallon regarding her experience teaching Mindfulness Meditation to individuals with cognitive impairment. Emilie talks about her first experience teaching individuals in a dementia-care setting, and explores the challenges she faced. She explains the benefits of mindfulness mediation, the adjustments she makes while working with this population, and how it might benefit caregivers as well.

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