Dementia Matters has entered into the 2021 People's Choice Podcast Awards! If you enjoy our show and want to support us, register and vote before July 31st at www.podcastawards.com, and vote for us under the Health and People's Choice categories. We, the Dementia Matters team, hope that by participating, we can continue spreading our message and educate new listeners about Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia, and brain health.
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Dr. Nathaniel Chin: Hi everyone. I'm Dr. Nathaniel Chin, the host of Dementia Matters. Today's episode is not a typical episode of Dementia Matters. Instead of asking a guest questions about their research or experience with Alzheimer's disease, Dementia, or caring for those with Alzheimer's and/or Dementia, I have something to ask of you. Recently, we entered into the 2021 Podcast Awards, which recognizes podcasts worldwide in a variety of categories, from arts and entertainment to science and health. Now we need your help.
Please vote for our show for the 2021 Podcast Awards! The more votes we receive, the better change we will have to become a finalist and possibly even win an award. By entering this competition, the Dementia Matters team and I hope we can continue spreading our message and educate new listeners about Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia, and how they can support their brain health.
To register and vote, go to www.podcastawards.com (or click the link in the episode description). You will find Dementia Matters under the Health category and under the People's Choice category. Nominations close on July 31st, so please vote soon.
As always, thanks for listening and for supporting our podcast! We'll see you next time for another episode of Dementia Matters.