Meet Richard Creighton, blogger of “Living With Alzheimer’s”

By Richard Creighton Why would a 78-year-old grandfather who doesn’t like to write become a blogger? The answer lies in my personal experience before my wife Kate was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2011. We played a major role in caring for our parents. There was a lot to learn. I felt we knew far too…

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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.

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Meet Kate Swaffer, author of “What The Hell Happened To My Brain?”

By Kate Swaffer There are currently more than 47.5 million people diagnosed with dementia (WHO, 2015) and I am one of them, diagnosed with younger onset dementia at age 49 as a wife and mother of two teenage boys,

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Meet Michael Ellenbogen, author of “From the Corner Office to Alzheimer’s”

By Michael Ellenbogen Imagine having a mysterious illness take over your mind.  Over the next 10 years you try to navigate a health care and social system that is not equipped to address what is happening to you. As you slowly lose your ability to think and remember, you have to try

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