World Alzheimer’s Month: Alzheimer’s And The Open Sesame Effect by Sheryl Lynn

My friend Gwen Weaver passed away today.  I don’t know what caused her death.  She was as beautiful on the inside as she was on the outside.  She was elegant and playful, she was dedicated and goofy, she was creative and a badass.  I remember how much fun we had […] Read more »

Alzheimer’s Disease Explained To Children by Max Wallack

My friend Max Wallack has co-authored a groundbreaking new book, Why Did Grandma Put Her Underwear In The Refrigerator: An Explanation Of Alzheimer’s Disease For Children.  Although it’s intended to educate young children, I wish I’d had read it when, at age 54, I suddenly became my mother’s primary caregiver.  […] Read more »