By Dr. Jamie Huysman, LCSW, CFT These are stressful, uncertain times. Taking a step back to regroup and focus is often the next indicated action for our sanity and well-being. Family caregivers are not immune to the changes in the world around them. We have been doing so much with too little for far too […]
This episode features award-winning broadcaster Richard Harris, who discusses his own caregiving experience and his chance connection with the late Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. Check out Harris’ article on Sandra Day O’Connor and her Alzheimer’s at https://www.nextavenue.org/sandra-day-oconnor-alzheimers/
Dr. Diana Kerwin, Chief of Geriatrics at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Texas, discusses the up-and-coming in research of the causes of dementia.
By Carol Zernial WellMed Charitable Foundation The WellMed Charitable Foundation is proud to sponsor the third Alzheimer’s Disease-Related Dementias Summit hosted by The National Institutes of Health (NIH) on March 14-15, 2019 in Bethesda, Maryland. This year’s summit will build off of the past two summits (2013 and 2016) along with the National Alzheimer’s Project […]
This episode features Banner Alzheimer’s Institute’s nurse Jan Doughtery, discussing new ways to care for dementia patients.
This week’s episode features Dr. Carole White of the University of Texas Health Science Center of San Antonio (UTHSC). She and the Foundation have worked together in order to bring some unforgettable news to San Antonio, Texas.
This episode features Annette Juba, deputy director of AGE of Central Texas.
This episode features Melanie Merriman, author of her book Holding the Net: Caring for My Mother on the Tightrope of Aging.
This episode features Terri Corcoran, who cared for her late husband. Terri is also a co-editor for Mainstay, part of the Well Spouse Association.
This episode features Dawn Hamilton, who cared for her late husband who had Lewy-Body dementia.