Monthly Archives: February 2017

Thanks and Understanding

Editor’s Note: Family and professional caregivers can connect at Discovery 2017. Register today. From a family caregiver to a professional caregiver By Cary Ulrich Understand…that I was totally exhausted when I came to you. Understand…that I know I waited past the time my loved one should have been moved. Understand…that I didn’t want to make […]

The Disparate Impact of Alzheimer’s Disease

By Congressman Adam Smith Editors Note: Register for Advocacy Forum today and join more than 1,000 advocates in Washington, D.C. to advocate for research, and care and support services March 27-29.  Memory is an essential element to our everyday lives, one which we often take for granted. Rudimentary processes of consuming, storing, and retrieving information […]

Understanding your elderly parents finances

By Shane Larson If you are a working professional who is tasked with the responsibilities of assisting an elderly parent who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, you may have to make some financial decisions for them.  If this is the case, having a plan is going to be your saving grace to make sure they […]