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Allowing for A Natural Death – Alzheimer’s Living Will

We never know when it’s our time for death. In just over four years, or 2025, the first of over 77 million baby boomers
Posted on December 8, 2020

Visual Storytelling of Dementia (The Bob & Diane Fund)

Visual Storytelling can help make complex stories easier to understand. It can deliver more impactful messages. It can make stories as relevant for readers
Posted on December 1, 2020

When Caregiving Calls & Demands Our Attention

Caregiving doesn’t usually call; for most of us, caregiving demands our immediate attention. Can we be prepared when that call comes? We’re not a
Posted on November 24, 2020

Keep Your Brain Smart

Is there a way to keep our brain smart as we age?  Our brains continue to grow when we challenge them. What exactly should
Posted on November 17, 2020

Creativity Is Like Chocolate for the Brain

Creativity is a lifeline for me. Does having a creative mind help you avoid Alzheimer’s? Some research has shown that musicians’ brains are more
Posted on November 10, 2020

My Caregiving Journey

Regular listeners know a lot about my caregiving journey, but maybe you’re new here. Even if you’re not new, there are stories I probably
Posted on November 3, 2020

Cruising Through Caregiving (w/Jennifer L. FitzPatrick)

In the first place, is it even possible to find a way to achieve cruising through caregiving? We all know that being a family
Posted on November 3, 2020

Holiday Survival Tips for Caregivers

  Please don’t lose your mind! I’ve got holiday survival tips for caregivers right here! The holiday season can be an incredibly challenging time
Posted on November 2, 2020

Self-Care Is Not Just Bubble Baths & Wine

Self-care is more than a bubble bath or a glass of wine. Caregivers frequently hear, “you have to take care of yourself,” but they
Posted on October 27, 2020

Walk to End Alzheimer’s 2020 “Virtual” Addition

As I sat down to start this article on this year’s Walk, I had a phone call. Last year’s East Bay Walk to End
Posted on October 24, 2020