Note: This article is directed toward people living with early-stage dementia. If you are a care partner, please pass it along to your loved one after you read it. Jeff Borghoff [...]
Did Winnie-The-Pooh have Dementia by Laurie Scherrer. With Appreciation to Laurie for allowing DAA to post her blog.
It recently occurred to me that A.A. Milne had an understanding of dementia when he created Winnie-The Pooh. Throughout the exciting stories of The Hundred Acre Woods this “chubby little cubby [...]
Using His Voice and His Skills: Mike Belleville’s Tips for Living Well with Dementia click on the picture below http://dementiajourney.org/2018/03/06/using-voice-skills-mike-bellevilles-tips-living-well-dementia/
by Emily Kearns, PhD, MBA We have known for a very long time that lifestyle, such as diet and exercise, affects our health and well-being. But, did you know that social isolation [...]
by Jackie Pinkowitz, M.Ed. As Board Chair of the Dementia Action Alliance (DAA), I am privileged to interact with friends and colleagues living with dementia across our country. These individuals are “Making [...]
Mary L. Radnofsky, Ph.D. DAA Advisory Council I was recently asked about the voting rights of people with dementia in America, especially when entering memory care. It’s an important issue to those [...]
DAA thanks the Georgia Pharmacy Association (GPhA) Journal for allowing us to re-post Phil Ratliff's article on our Board member Robert Bowles being awarded "The Larry L. Braden Meritorious Service Award". Ask [...]