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Memory and Alzheimers Treatment Center

What is a Podcast?

A podcast is an audio recording posted online, much like a short radio show. Audio programs are published via the Internet to let users listen on their computers or download as an  MP3 file to a listening device.

To listen to a podcast: Click on 'Listen now to the podcast' and it will automatically play on your computer if you have speakers and a media playing program such QuickTime or Media Player.

To download a podcast: Right click on 'Listen now to the podcast. Choose 'Save target as..' . Then save the mp3 file to your computer or your mp3 player.

Dr. Constantine Lyketsos

Constantine Lyketsos, M.D., M.P.H.

The Director talks about "Memory Loss: What's Normal, What's Not"
Click here to listen, or download

Dr. Paul Rosenberg

Paul Rosenberg, M.D.

The Associate Director talks about risks, diagnosis, and treatment
Click here to listen or download

Ann Morrison

Ann Morrison, Ph.D. RN, CS   

The Director of the Family and Caregiver Program
talks about being a caregiver
Click here to listen or download

Helen and Arne Hovdesven

Helen Hovdesven

A family member talks about her experience of caregiving
Click here to watch, listen, or download

 

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