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Nerve hope beyond brain disease

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Nerve hope beyond brain disease
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Nerve hope beyond brain disease

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Nerve is about living well with brain diseases like dementia, stroke and migraine, run by neurologists at www.sydcog.com.au who are inspired by their courageous patients. Mind and mood, memory and thinking, give us our unique experiences. Conversations will focus on quality, not just quantity, of life and motivate patients and carers alike.

Latest Episodes

Lewy Body disease and dementia

John and Veronica takes us through the trials of living with a form of dementia, in this case of Lewy body disease, a possibly related condition to Parkinson's disease. We come to understand that dementia can mean changes affecting not just memory but a whole raft of symptoms, and that early diagnosis alongside a team approach with medical, allied and support staff is an often helpful addition to care and support offered by loved ones. Interview Leigh Hatcher, contribution Rowena Mobbs.

22 MINFEB 4
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Lewy Body disease and dementia

Brain Injury

Champion rugby player Greg Buckley takes us through his moving journey from star sportsman to brain injury and recovery, and over time a vibrant, fulfilling life. Retired neurosurgeon Dr Ray Newcombe elaborates on the issues facing patients and families, with a sensitive and insightful interview by Leigh Hatcher.

23 MIN2018 NOV 24
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Brain Injury

Self care in brain disease - tips for getting by

Caring for carers. Wise counsellor and psychotherapist Katy Fitzgerald takes us through how to maintain good self care through caring for someone with brain disease, interview by Leigh Hatcher.

19 MIN2018 NOV 8
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Self care in brain disease - tips for getting by

Communication in dementia

Communication is a key topic in any type of dementia. It can be extremely helpful for patients and their families to be guided by someone who has been there before. Katy Fitzgerald is a psychotherapist and counsellor with interest in dementia, with key strategies around best and clear communication, which can in turn lead to better quality of life. Join us for a cuppa and a chat. Interview by Leigh Hatcher.

18 MIN2018 OCT 25
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Communication in dementia

Dealing with migraine

Migraine can be one of the most debilitating of brain conditions, often striking a person in the midst of their busy lives and putting everything on hold. Highly functioning sufferer of migraine, Sam, shares her growing understanding of what migraine is and how to get control, with contribution by neurologist Dr Alexis Selby, and interview by Leigh Hatcher.

26 MIN2018 OCT 10
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Dealing with migraine

HIV related dementia

Many people with HIV are now living longer following the development of better treatment options, but what happens when the virus affects the brain? In some people, HIV/ AIDS can lead to a syndrome of dementia, affecting memory, attention, mood and behaviour. Professor Bruce Brew is interviewed by Leigh Hatcher and discusses the different types of brain disease that can occur, early community perceptions and misperceptions of HIV/ AIDS, and current issues facing the patients and carers living beyond HIV.

13 MIN2018 SEP 24
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HIV related dementia

Concussion has an impact

Jockey Dale and his wife Daniela bravely take you through their experiences of horse racing and concussion, from minor head knocks to concern over lasting symptoms and a disease entity known as Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, or CTE. Hear the highs and lows of life on the track, and about new research aimed towards prevention, diagnosis and support.

22 MIN2018 SEP 10
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Concussion has an impact

Communication in dementia

When a patient receives a diagnosis of dementia, what happens next? Psychotherapist Katy Fitzgerald sits down with us for a soothing 'cup of tea' conversation, and takes us through some of the challenges of living with dementia, how to cope, stigma, communication, and what it means to live well through adversity, in conversation with Leigh Hatcher.

16 MIN2018 SEP 10
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Communication in dementia

More than memory

Host Leigh Hatcher guides us through visual dementia as we hear stories from a couple about the rare disease PCA, or posterior cortical atrophy, and what this means for everyday life and love.

18 MIN2018 AUG 29
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More than memory

Nerve - An Introduction

Welcome to Nerve, a podcast about living well beyond brain disease. What gives you "nerve" or courage when faced with a neurological diagnosis? Hear the stories of patients, carers and doctors and be inspired.

17 MIN2018 AUG 29
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Nerve - An Introduction
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Latest Episodes

Lewy Body disease and dementia

John and Veronica takes us through the trials of living with a form of dementia, in this case of Lewy body disease, a possibly related condition to Parkinson's disease. We come to understand that dementia can mean changes affecting not just memory but a whole raft of symptoms, and that early diagnosis alongside a team approach with medical, allied and support staff is an often helpful addition to care and support offered by loved ones. Interview Leigh Hatcher, contribution Rowena Mobbs.

22 MINFEB 4
Comments
Lewy Body disease and dementia

Brain Injury

Champion rugby player Greg Buckley takes us through his moving journey from star sportsman to brain injury and recovery, and over time a vibrant, fulfilling life. Retired neurosurgeon Dr Ray Newcombe elaborates on the issues facing patients and families, with a sensitive and insightful interview by Leigh Hatcher.

23 MIN2018 NOV 24
Comments
Brain Injury

Self care in brain disease - tips for getting by

Caring for carers. Wise counsellor and psychotherapist Katy Fitzgerald takes us through how to maintain good self care through caring for someone with brain disease, interview by Leigh Hatcher.

19 MIN2018 NOV 8
Comments
Self care in brain disease - tips for getting by

Communication in dementia

Communication is a key topic in any type of dementia. It can be extremely helpful for patients and their families to be guided by someone who has been there before. Katy Fitzgerald is a psychotherapist and counsellor with interest in dementia, with key strategies around best and clear communication, which can in turn lead to better quality of life. Join us for a cuppa and a chat. Interview by Leigh Hatcher.

18 MIN2018 OCT 25
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Communication in dementia

Dealing with migraine

Migraine can be one of the most debilitating of brain conditions, often striking a person in the midst of their busy lives and putting everything on hold. Highly functioning sufferer of migraine, Sam, shares her growing understanding of what migraine is and how to get control, with contribution by neurologist Dr Alexis Selby, and interview by Leigh Hatcher.

26 MIN2018 OCT 10
Comments
Dealing with migraine

HIV related dementia

Many people with HIV are now living longer following the development of better treatment options, but what happens when the virus affects the brain? In some people, HIV/ AIDS can lead to a syndrome of dementia, affecting memory, attention, mood and behaviour. Professor Bruce Brew is interviewed by Leigh Hatcher and discusses the different types of brain disease that can occur, early community perceptions and misperceptions of HIV/ AIDS, and current issues facing the patients and carers living beyond HIV.

13 MIN2018 SEP 24
Comments
HIV related dementia

Concussion has an impact

Jockey Dale and his wife Daniela bravely take you through their experiences of horse racing and concussion, from minor head knocks to concern over lasting symptoms and a disease entity known as Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, or CTE. Hear the highs and lows of life on the track, and about new research aimed towards prevention, diagnosis and support.

22 MIN2018 SEP 10
Comments
Concussion has an impact

Communication in dementia

When a patient receives a diagnosis of dementia, what happens next? Psychotherapist Katy Fitzgerald sits down with us for a soothing 'cup of tea' conversation, and takes us through some of the challenges of living with dementia, how to cope, stigma, communication, and what it means to live well through adversity, in conversation with Leigh Hatcher.

16 MIN2018 SEP 10
Comments
Communication in dementia

More than memory

Host Leigh Hatcher guides us through visual dementia as we hear stories from a couple about the rare disease PCA, or posterior cortical atrophy, and what this means for everyday life and love.

18 MIN2018 AUG 29
Comments
More than memory

Nerve - An Introduction

Welcome to Nerve, a podcast about living well beyond brain disease. What gives you "nerve" or courage when faced with a neurological diagnosis? Hear the stories of patients, carers and doctors and be inspired.

17 MIN2018 AUG 29
Comments
Nerve - An Introduction
the END
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