My Alzheimer’s coping strategy for losing important things
My Mom was diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s in her late 50s. (I was just diagnosed at the same age). She died seven years ago, after living with the disease for many years. The changes initially were not readily apparent and just seemed like normal aging. Then one day when she was 64 she called … Continue reading A Unique Perspective: From And An Alzheimer’s Patient Who Was An Alzheimer’s Caregiver
I can’t remember where I park my car now….daily. Alzheimer’s sucks.
I attended my first Women Conquer Alzheimer’s Conference.2/3 of all people diagnosed are women!
Preparing a recipe when you have Alzheimer’s is quite a challenge! Read my blog.
How did I know I had Alzheimer’s at 57 years old?
Well, I hate to admit this but I was almost duped by a scam artist who was preying on people with Early Onset Alzheimer’s and other cognitive diseases. Fortunately, for me, I am at the early stages of my disease and still cognizant enough to still research everything I purchase, put on my body or … Continue reading Scam Artists Who Prey On People With Cognitive Disease
Just thought I would share my daily brain health checklist. There are 10 things on this list and I try to do at least 7 of them everyday. Sometimes I fall off the wagon but this is a marathon and not a sprint. Tomorrow is a new day. What are you doing for your health? … Continue reading My Daily Brain Health Checklist
In August 2019 I attended my 40th class reunion. It was great to connect with old friends that I had not seen in years. I have always enjoyed my class reunions. This reunion was a bit different. Earlier in the year the Vice President of our class died from cancer. He was well liked and … Continue reading My Class Reunion Goal
How Do I Maintain my Outlook on Life since my Early Onset Alzheimers Diagnosis?