AlzAuthors at the Alzheimer’s Association Conference

The Dementia Education Conference in Charlotte hosted by the Alzheimer’s Association-Western Carolina Chapter was a huge success! Enjoy the photos below from this special day. Thank you again to all the authors who donated their books. And a huge thanks to the Alzheimer’s Association-Western Carolina Chapter for partnering with us!         Here are…

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Meet Vina Mogg, Alzheimer’s Blogger at “Seaglasslife.com”

By Vina Mogg Not Alone At a caregiver’s conference in Orlando I read a poem I had written during the opening assembly. Three things that happened there marked my writing journey. A Florida State Representative, Mark Pfaford, key advocate for the Florida’s Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative (ADI), a bill that provides services to meet the needs…

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Meet Barbara Ivey, author of the blog, The Perfect Thing

By Barbara Ivey – I never cared for my mother during her Alzheimer’s. My dad considered Mom’s care to be his duty as her husband. To Dad’s credit, he took full command of Mom’s care and served her with honor. Still, from the start, I knew there were ways I could contribute.  My challenge was…

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Meet Dr. David Davis and Joko Gilbert, co-authors of “Support the Caregiver: 9 Strategies for Turning the Stress of Alzheimer’s Caregiving into Transformational Growth.”

By Dr. David Davis and Joko Gilbert – As anyone who has walked in our shoes knows, there is a vast hole in the heart of a caregiver who, by a twist of fate, must tend to the needs of a loved one suffering from Alzheimer’s. A hole that has the power to reshape and…

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Meet Catherine Hodder, Esq., author of “Estate Planning for the Sandwich Generation: How to Help Your Parents and Protect Your Kids”

By Catherine Hodder, Esq. I was a corporate and banking attorney when my father began experiencing mini-strokes and having difficulty with his memory. We didn’t know at the time he was embarking on a ten-year battle with Alzheimer’s disease. And what a battle it was. Even though I was well versed in law and finance,…

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