Dr. Zoë Ann Lewis: Physician, author, 'go to guru for caregivers' & producer-host of blogtalkradio's Hope Through Knowledge Talk Radio for Caregivers, features national experts & top authors on elder care, aging and care giving. Founder of hopethroughknowledge.org and zoealewis.com.
With 18 years of hospital-based medicine, a former primary care practice, including time at Brigham and Women's Physician Group in Boston, Dr. Zoë is also a recognized leader in end-of-life care and dementia care. She is the author of two books on caregiving and Alzheimers disease. The NHPCO has cited her work for her contributions to hospice care and end stage dementia. Dr. Zoë Lewis shares resources using web-based media that is considered time and money saving for caregivers.
Her work is unsupported by funding. Using her websites, radio broadcasts and community outreach her goal is to provide support, answers and hope for caregivers. Dr. Zoë Lewis interviews internationally recognized and award winning authors and experts in the field of aging and care giving. Her slogan 'Lets create a caregivers revolution of information- Just share it,' is building momentum with an increasing base of loyal followers using social media outlets including: facebook, twitter and linkedin.
Internationally recognized radio program guests have included: Harry R. Moody, Director of Academic Affairs for AARP, Pamela Grace, PhD, RNCS, ANP, Boston College, Judi Lund Pearson, Vice President of Regulatory and State Leadership for the NHPCO, Rabbi Dr. Maurice Lamm, Founder National Institute for Jewish Hospice, Jennifer Block, Zen Hospice Project in San Francisco, California, Kenneth W. Goodman, Ph.D., Co-director of the University of Miami’s Ethics Programs, Dr. Stan Goldberg, national award winning author, Dr. Peter Whitehouse, Author of The "Myth of Alzheimer's, Dr. Tryshe Dhevney, recipient of the Outstanding Performance Award, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and author of "Sound Shifting", among many others.
Her books are reviewed by national organizations and listed as a resource with the Alzheimers Association.
The Journal of Gerontological Nursing
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization