Meet Geri Taylor: Living with Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease

By Maria Shriver:

In June, Geri Taylor spoke in front of participants of my first-ever Move for Minds Alzheimer’s fundraising and fitness event. Move for Minds took place at Equinox Sports Clubs in six different cities across the United States, and Geri Taylor spoke to the group in New York about living with Alzheimer’s Disease. Continue reading

Meet Ann Garvin, author of I Like You Just Fine When You’re Not Around

I Like You Fine_final cvrBy Ann Garvin

Laughter And Alzheimer: A Necessary Contradiction

I write about Alzheimer’s because, it seems, I can’t not write about Alzheimer’s. This wretched disease shows up, one way or another in so many of my essays, even when I don’t plan on it. There are times that Continue reading

Meet Gary Joseph LeBlanc, author of Staying Afloat in a Sea of Forgetfulness and numerous other books and articles about Alzheimer’s and dementia

 Staying Afloat CoverBy Gary Joseph LeBlanc

Becoming a caregiver started as far back as my earliest childhood memories. My oldest sister was born mentally disabled, living her life equivalent to being around six years old. So it was drilled into me that I
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