What I Want You to Know: Excerpts from the Mind of Alzheimer’s

I was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease two years ago.  It was the scariest day of my life.  Well, until it wasn’t.  Then the scariest [...]

Mothering

This Sunday is Mother’s Day, the day we take extra time or effort to honor the mothers in our lives. In the U.K. and [...]

The World is Still Waiting for Easter: Memory Care in a Pandemic

Easter may have come and gone, but the meaning of Easter - the resurrection of death, of old ideas, of harmful habits, of new [...]

Memory Care in a Pandemic

What a strange world we are living in right now. People are stocking up on toilet paper and bottled water. Hospitals are overrun. Businesses [...]

The Family Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease is known as a family disease, because the stress of watching a loved one slowly decline is torturous for everyone involved.  Caring [...]

A Blessing for the New Year

It is a brand new year. January ushers in cold nights, short days, new books, and lofty goals.  With the beginning of a new [...]

Traversing the Holiday Season with Alzheimer’s Disease

It’s that time of year. It’s the time of year when snow is falling, or palm trees are swaying, depending on where you live. [...]

13 Tips for Caring for Someone with Alzheimer’s Disease

Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s is a full-time job, and requires a lot of physical, mental, and emotional energy.  Alzheimer’s Disease is known as [...]

What a Memory Holds

Those of us with working, intact memories often take for granted what a gift memory is. We don’t spend time to think through all [...]

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