Now What?

Now what?

Many with a loved one facing memory issues ask themselves this every day. Not knowing where to go or what to do can be challenging for caregivers. The NET Television series Now What?, co-produced with the Consortium of Dementia Alternatives, helps identify memory issues in the elderly and work toward finding solutions to the problems families encounter every day.

Interviews with some of the region's leading experts and advocates on medical care, financial and estate issues, elder and caregiver resources, inform viewers on the latest information on dementia and related issues.  Now What? also examines developments in new methods of treatment and research.

Watch each episode from the Now What? series by selecting from the "featured" section below or find out more about each episode by selecting a title in the box in upper right portion of the page.

 

Dr. Anna Fisher, Now What? Host

featured

The NET Television series "Now What?", co-produced with the Consortium of Dementia Alternatives, will help to identify memory... more››
A Holistic Approach to Care discusses, with a panel of experts, end-of-life planning and includes discussion about hospice and... more››
The NET Television series "Now What?", co-produced with the Consortium of Dementia Alternatives, will help to identify memory... more››
The Caregiver discusses issues surrounding the caregivers of dementia patients. The panel, featuring Dr. Deborah Hoffnung and... more››
A studio audience participates in a discussion on eldercare and dementia issues and challenges. The panel is hosted by Dr. Anna... more››
The NET Television series "Now What?", co-produced with the Consortium of Dementia Alternatives, helps people who are dealing... more››
Dr. Anna Fisher explores four of the most common types of dementia.
It is increasingly recognized that pharmacological treatments for the elderly, especially with dementia, should be used as a... more››
Now What? Clinical Research & Trials
Clinical trials are a key research tool for advancing medical knowledge and patient care. The practice of medicine has been... more››