Staying Independent

Can Someone with Dementia Vote?

In case you missed the news, there is an election coming up on November 3rd in the United States. In Ohio, early voting has begun both in-person and by mail.  

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Being a Caregiver

Is Dementia a Death Sentence?

You get that diagnosis—finally. Sometimes, the diagnosis alone takes years, and you are just relieved that the problem has a name. This is an actual disease, and neither one of

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Being a Caregiver

Three TED Talks Our Community Loves

TED.com, home to hundreds of viral, thought-provoking, and inspiring videos from all variety of experts, is a global partner in the fight against Alzheimer’s and dementia. Their online dementia playlist

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Being a Caregiver

Dementia and COVID-19: A Granddaughter’s Story

Eleventh grade was a bit of a whirlwind. Accumulating homework assignments, standardized testing, a jam-packed extracurricular schedule, and anticipation for college applications pushed me further and further into a bubble.

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