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by Erika Hess
by Elizabeth Granberg-Jerome
by Anna Amoroso-Muench
I am going to tell our story of our fight with LBD ... Let me start at the beginning.
Daddy had corneal transplants. We would joke back and forth (daddy and I) about him getting the surgery and how...
My mother, Alice, was originally diagnosed with Alzheimer's around 2001, but had adverse reactions to the medication prescribed by her doctor. After several setbacks that required additional...
This may be as close as I get to writing that book on caregiving I always said I would do. It was only after my Mother passed away that I got some answers to what had shortened the Parkinson...
Happy birthday, Daddy. When I look at this photo, I see my own son - the wondrous and precocious child who makes everyone laugh with anecdotes and proverbial dad jokes. I also see the boy who, when...
Forget not that the Earth likes to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.
He is standing alone in the middle of a field on a cloudless November day. Scattered...
I was the one with pen in hand,
building imaginary worlds with words.
But my dad held the tools that built my life.
He constructed the foundation for his young immigrant family,