Here it is, dear friends: Melanie Rice interviews Gerda on Cape Talk Radio. Thanks so much to those of you who were able to listen “live” and who sent me such lovely comments.
Blog: Dementia Field Notes
For my South African peeps: tomorrow, July 13th, Melanie Rice of Cape Talk Radio interviews me LIVE between 1 pm and 3 pm SA time
I’m so excited about this news: tomorrow morning I will be getting up at 5 am Utah time to get ready to talk to Melanie Rice about MEMORY’S LAST BREATH at 6 am Utah time. It will be so wonderful to speak to someone to whom I do not have to explain the context for […]
The Today Show piece was supposed to air tomorrow, but it came on unexpectedly this morning. Here it is: Former professor on talking about her dementia: ‘It has made my life richer’ Peter and I happened to have the TV on and watched it. We thought they did a great job in condensing 2 days’ […]
My interview on Blacksite: who knew my book would catch the eye of an outré Utah podcast run by narly, “sensitive” millennials?
This is what the Blacksite web page invites its audience to do: “Bring your bug-out-bag and join us – it’s a brave new Trump-world and we’re here to talk about our sensitive millennial feelings, interview politicos, and organize some liberal uprisings!! Mwahaha!” Who would not want to talk with Dan Strong of Blacksite Podcast, Utah’s […]
At last, a broadcast date for my Today Show interview with Maria Shriver on NBC: Tuesday July 11, during the 8 am hour
Six weeks ago, toward the end of May, Maria Shriver came to Salt Lake City to interview me and my family about my dementia. Here is the blog post I wrote about it then. For now, I just want to let you know that the show will run on the Today Show on NBC (Utah’s […]
Dementia support websites often urge relatives of people with dementia to compile photo albums of the person’s past as memory triggers or conversation pieces. Photo: Photo Albums for Dementia Patients In our house, I used to be the person in charge of the photo albums —back in the day when photos still had a final form […]