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

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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