Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer's
Educational Program

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FREE Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer's Disease Story Song video,
the perfect introduction to Alzheimer's disease for children
and their families. 

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Educational Program contents, testimonials from professionals and caregivers, a video sample, and definition of "Agape" used in the FREE animated video.

This Educational Program is helpful for coping with
all types of dementia. 

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The 
Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer's  
Educational Program

Effective for all types of dementia

for the initial
launch price of

$47.00

Children and families gain access to:

πŸ’œ The five videos in the Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer's Disease Educational Video Series. Each video has an educational component and suggests fun activities for children and families to do with a loved one who has Alzheimer's disease. Videos include:

  • What is Alzheimer's Disease?
  • Mild Stage Alzheimer's Disease
  • Moderate Stage Alzheimer's Disease
  • Severe Stage Alzheimer's Disease
  • Coping with Alzheimer's Disease for the Responsible Adult with Children

                 BONUSES

πŸ’œ Download of the animated Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer's Disease Story Song Video

πŸ’œ Download of the animated Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer's Disease Story Song Lyric Video, especially beneficial for early readers

πŸ’œ Download of the Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer's Quick Reference Guide, with easily accessible information about activities to do at any stage of the disease

πŸ’œ Download of the audio Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer's Disease Story Song, with written lyricsso listeners can enJOY the song anywhere

The Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer’s Educational Program is presented solely as an educational program, and in no way takes the place of a medical diagnosis, treatment or therapy. 

 

Click here to Purchase the Program

The Mackenzie Meets
Alzheimer's Educational 
Program for People with
   Hearing Impairments   

Effective for all types of dementia 

for the initial 
launch price of 

$47.00

People with Hearing Impairments gain access to:

πŸ’œ Written transcripts with "Next Slide" indicated, making it easy to follow the five videos in the Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer's Disease Educational Video Series: 

  • What is Alzheimer's Disease?
  • Mild Stage Alzheimer's Disease
  • Moderate Stage Alzheimer's Disease
  • Severe Stage Alzheimer's Disease
  • Coping with Alzheimer's Disease for the Responsible Adult with Children

                   BONUSES

πŸ’œ Download of the animated Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer's Disease Story Song Lyric Video

πŸ’œ Download of the animated Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer’s Disease Story Song Video

πŸ’œ Download of the Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer's Quick Reference Guide, with easily accessible information about activities to do at any stage of the disease

πŸ’œ Download of the audio Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer's Disease Story Song, with written lyrics, so readers can enJOY the story anywhere

The Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer’s Educational Program is presented solely as an educational program, and in no way takes the place of a medical diagnosis, treatment or therapy. 

 

Click here to Purchase the Program for People with Hearing Impairments

Webinars

Host or attend  a live online    webinar to:     

πŸ’œ Learn more about Alzheimer's disease

πŸ’œ Learn about activities you can do with your loved one who has Alzheimer's disease or dementia

πŸ’œ Acquire techniques to cope with the stress of caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or dementia

πŸ’œ Get answers to your questions that will help you and your family enJOY time spent with your loved one who has Alzheimer's disease

Contact us for more information about upcoming events, or hosting your own event.

 

Testimonials

See what professionals and caregivers are saying about the

Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer's Educational Program.

Jack Swanson, MD,

Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Oncology and Hospice & Palliative Care,

Oconto, WI

"I reviewed the videos & reference material. Wow! This program is excellent!  Well done! Great job explaining the stages of the disease. The concepts are presented and explained in a very clear, effective way. This information speaks well to other types of dementia that cause mental decline such as lewy body dementia, or parkinson’s disease. This program would be very helpful for friends and families of patients with Alzheimer’s, dementia or in hospice care. It's easy for kids and adults to understand. I highly recommend this program."

Serenity Drum, LCSW Therapist

Blanco, TX

“What a catchy informative story line for kids and adults to better understand this challenging disease! Really quite brilliant! The Program is particularly helpful for people dealing with Alzheimer’s or dementia for the first time.  The videos do a great job of explaining what Alzheimer’s is in a way that is understandable for children and adults alike, with insightful descriptions of the stages and activities that can be done with a loved one across the disease progression. I will be referring the Program to families to help them cope with this disease.” 

Maggie Rodgers, MT-BC

Overland Park, Kansas

“These videos are great! The song is catchy and singable from the get go. The videos address so many issues in a gentle, caring, and loving way. The lists of activities are complete and easy to understand for the non-medical person. The world needs this explanation of Alzheimer's that’s easy to understand, and ways the family can cope with the person who has the disease. You have done a fabulous job explaining difficult situations in such tender ways,
and listing what to expect in the various stages of the disease. The videos are truthful, with loving guidance.

Working with people in all stages of Alzheimer's disease, as I do as a music therapist, can be trying. However, I have found that everyone responds to love, music, and respect, and I treasure the outcomes when these are applied. It still blows my mind every time someone goes from a blank look or angry look to a bright smile and sometimes singing along with four verses of hymn without prompt.  Music is the key!! Thanks for making LOVE the theme.”

Shawn Buller, MM

Miami, Florida

This video series is a great package of information at your fingertips! It offers easy to understand information for persons of any age who are unfamiliar with Alzheimer’s disease. I am impressed with the personal manner in which the material is presented on such a complex topic. I appreciated how stages of Alzheimer’s disease were presented in an easy and engaging format. 

Now let’s talk about that song! The original song is so catchy. It embraces our natural desire for fulfilling human interaction, and the much-needed interaction for the individual with Alzheimer’s. The song supports the activities and ideas given throughout the video series, and how these simple activities can be so valuable to both the child and the family member with the diagnosis.

 My own experience with Alzheimer’s comes from the many years I worked in long term care facilities as a music therapist. I saw first-hand how music and singing can successfully engage family members, both young and old, as well as staff members too! The information in this video series offers more ideas beyond music and singing. It truly is a useful educational program for families and loved ones of all ages.

Teresa Kenas

Hudson, New York

I just listened to all the videos and they are fantastic! You guys did such an excellent job. I even cried a little bit as it reminded me of my aunt. I can honestly say I wish these videos were available back then, even though I know what I know.
They're so supportive and I know will be valuable to many people. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

Jean Ryan

Columbia, MO

“My husband and I have been married 60 years and he now has dementia and multiple health issues. He has had mild dementia for the last year. I am his primary caretaker and we live with our daughter and her family.  This Program is great! You have hit a 10! I LOVE the song.  I watched, listened and read through the whole program. I have never heard of a program for children and their families like this.  I liked the Coping with Alzheimer’s Disease for the Responsible Adult with Children video. The way things are explained and the suggestions on what to tell children are really excellent. I am going to recommend this program to my daughter for my youngest grandchildren, and to my grandchildren for my great grandchildren (six of them under the age of 8). I am also going to recommend the program to the Truman VA hospital in Columbia Missouri where they have a memory care program. My daughter-in-law is a nurse with an assisted living company and I’m going to recommend this program to her also.” 

Would you like to see a sample of the

Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer's Disease Educational Video Series? 

                 The sample video gives a two-minute overview of the complete educational series. 

 

Click here for Sample Video

The Mackenzie Meets Alzheimer's Disease Story Song in the FREE animated video uses the word 'agape' in the chorus. 

agape - pronounced ä-ˈgä-pā 
History and Etymology for Agape

Adjective or adverb or noun borrowed from Late Latin agapΔ“, borrowed from Greek agápΔ“ "brotherly love," back-formation from agapân "to regard with affection, be fond of, be contented (with)" or agapázein "to welcome warmly," perhaps from a base *aga-pā- "lavish protection, attention or affection (on)," literally, "protect greatly," going back to Indo-European *mΜ₯ǵh2- "large, great" + *peh2- "protect" 

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/agape