Alzheimer’s Patients and Families make the most effective Alzheimer’s advocates and fundraisers.
My Alzheimer’s coping strategy for losing important things
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
I am an avid reader and researcher. Since my diagnosis with Early Onset Alzheimer’s in December I have been reading and watching everything I can get my hands on relating to cognitive decline. In my case, it is hereditary and my genetic testing supports my diagnosis, but I also have a lot of toxicity in … Continue reading My Toxic Brain
I worked for 31 years for a large Corporation. Most of those years were spent in Leadership positions doing Project Management and Business Planning. As any of my co-workers, friends and family will tell you, I am probably one of the most organized and methodical people anyone has ever seen. I plan everything and attack … Continue reading My Alzheimer’s “Business” Plan