On the Tuesday, July 16th 8 O’Clock Buzz, host Aaron Perry expanded his discussion of Alzheimer’s in African-American communities with Charlie Daniel and Carol Hutchinson of the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, a branch of the U.W.-Madison Department of Medicine. Listen to the entire interview:
Charlie Daniel, Kristin Larson and Patricia Wilson of the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s & Dementia Alliance joined Aaron Perry on the Tuesday, July 16th Buzz to discuss the impacts of this disease and how to recognize it. They are especially interested in outreach to African American communities, who have a higher chance of contracting the disease and a lower chance of being diagnosed.
On the Monday, June 17th A Public Affair, host John Quinlan talked with two major humanitarian forces in Madison. For the first half of the show, he talked with Callen Harty, a local theater presence, GLBTQ advocate and survivor of childhood sexual abuse. During the second half of the show, John Quinlan was joined by Charlie Daniel, who will receive the 18th Rev. James C. Wright Human Rights Award from Mayor Paul Soglin on Tuesday, June 18th.
Charlie Daniel, diversity coordinator of Wisconsin Alzheimer’s and Dementia Alliance joined Aaron Perry on the 8’O Clock Buzz to talk about about the impact of of Alzheimer’s and dementia on the community.