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Tracey Maxfield

Blog #1: What Is Mental/Brain Health, And Why Is It So Important?

   What is Mental Health? In the past few years, there has been a lot of dialogue about brain health or mental health. Many people still have difficulty acknowledging that brain/mental health is an essential component of physical health, of life, and consequently, those of us living with a

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Loudmouth Podcast with Dean Stidham

TRACEY DISCUSSES THE EFFECTS OF BULLYING WITH OUR YOUTH, THE RISE OF DEPRESSION & THE EFFECTS SOCIAL MEDIA IS HAVING ON OUR CHILDREN. https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/tracey-maxfield-expert-in-the-field-of-child-bullying/id1474175704?i=1000473891520  

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The Melancholy Condition with Darius Velasquez

Happy international women’s day! I’m honor of the special day, find some time to listen to the most recent episode of the podcast with Tracey Maxfield @engage.educate.empower, we talk about her experiences with helping children face depression & suicidal thoughts. Talk about making a difference at the right time. .

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“Dementia and Church” Caregivers with Hope withPeter Rosenberger and Tracey Maxfield

I Want To Attend Church, But I Care for Someone With Dementia by Peter Rosenberger | Feb 19, 2018 | Caregivers, Isolation, Loss of Independence, Radio Show Interviews | 1 comment When we try to attend Church, it seems something ALWAYS goes wrong!” When caring for someone with dementia, isolation develops as an increasing challenge for family caregivers.  Many caregivers feel

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The Final Stage of Dementia

Dementia Aware: what you need to know about caring for someone in the final stage of dementia   Research indicates, that following diagnosis, the average life expectancy of a person living with dementia is approximately five to ten years depending on the type and severity of the dementia. Over time,

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