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Book Review: ‘Elizabeth is Missing’ by Emma Healey


How do you communicte your concerns when you are diagnosed with dementia, and no one will listen? Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘My Mother Has Four Noses’ by Jonatha Brooke

Acclaimed singer/songwriter Jonatha Brooke in the musical My Mother Has Four Noes at The Duke on 42nd Street. Photo by Pierre Baudet.

This richly rewarding one-woman musical by the singer/songwriter Jonatha Brooke is one to savor and recall long after you've returned home. Read More »

I Am Hercule Poirot …

Each day is a mystery to be unraveled in our house ... literally Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Julia by Vince Melocchi at Pacific Resident Theatre

Vince Melocchi explores difficult subjects: dementia, redemption, guilt, and a love that lasts until old age. Read More »

Legacy of Mind: The Death of Dave Duerson

Are we on the road to treating traumatic brain injury? Read More »

Non-Being and Alzheimer’s Disease: A Personal Investigation

Five years ago, my Brother-in Law could do many things. Not now. Read More »

Test Your Memory for Alzheimer’s

More than 100 million Americans have been touched by Alzheimer's, and one-third of Americans fear they will one day acquire it themselves. Read More »

My Experiences With Alzheimer’s Disease

It's good. It's bad. It is. Read More »