Last Saturday, June 15th, Peter and I participated in the “Building Partnerships for Geriatric Care: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Symposium” in San Antonio. The main organizer of the conference—and the person who invited me to speak— was Carole White, a professor in Nursing at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Her research focus is to […]
Blog: Dementia Field Notes
AlzAuthors is a non-profit organization that promotes books written by people with dementia or their caretakers. It was started in 2015 by authors Marianne Sciucco, Jean Lee, and Vicki Tapia, each of them having taken care of parents with dementia and written a book about it. In time three more authors joined them and together they promoting […]
Here is a link to my interview with Deborah Kan on “being patient.” The show was podcast live. The link takes you to a transcription. The transcription page has the video link in it–just scroll down on “being patient’s” website.
Cheryl’s cooking and nutrition summer camp comes too late for Doña Quixote’s brain health, but is perfectly timed for your brainy tweens and teens
Since I was diagnosed with microvascular disease, many people have told me about one or another supplement, diet, or miracle cure purported to slow down dementia or even reverse it. On the scientific front, however, no evidence has been found “that any vitamin or mineral supplementation strategy for cognitively healthy adults in mid- or late […]
Gerda is having a live talk with “Being Patient Alzheimer’s” TODAY April 23 at 7 p.m. EST/5 p.m. Mountain Time/4 p.m. PST on their Facebook page.
Log in via Facebook to access the call: Click here to find the interview on Facebook Live at the times listed below. If you have a life and cannot listen today at 7 p.m. EST/5 p.m. Mountain Time/4 p.m. PST, you can listen to it later as a podcast. I will send that link when it’s […]
I am going to play who/what/where/when/how to explain how this invitation to speak came about: Who: You already know it’s me presenting. Accompanied, as usual, by Doña Quixote. And of course Peter, without whom there would me much more Doña Quixote and far less me. What: In the two years since my book’s publication, I […]