Watching the Wanderers

by MATT GURNEY

Late last year, Joe Hendrix, 34, and his fiance were in their new Georgia home when, just before four…

The Joy of Illogical Chat

by JANE MACDOUGALL

A few years back I found myself testing the value of simple human validation. My dad had been institutionalized…

“Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, I will try again tomorrow.”

— Mary Anne Radmacher —

One of the most common dilemmas involved in caregiving is persuading aging parents or friends that they…

The good news: Speaking a second language keeps Alzheimer’s at bay. The bad news: Bilingualism makes…

"Thank you, Marie. I will sit here for thirty minutes. What should I do then?" People with Alzheimer's…

I see my husband Gerry as the same charming and robustly healthy man I married 36 years ago. But, diagnosed…