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…with Recent Studies and Information Drop into the Alzheimer’s RSS Feeds page once in a while and find recent articles and information related to studies on memory loss. The RSS Feed page offers the recent research and papers from the listed organizations. The titles show up with links and are updated by the organizations when…Continue reading »
In three days, our neighbours in the United States, will celebrate their Thanksgiving Day, which again, nudges me to be grateful that I have so many blessings. This past October in Canada, it was comforting for My Love and me to observe Thanksgiving, as always, when the leaves were turning, and the fresh harvest was…Continue reading »
During the Covid-19 period, we, like others, have had far fewer physical social connections than ever before. Beginning here March 2020 and lasting through the rest of the year, My Love and I have been our own bubble of two and see few other people regularly. In response to the virus, and the isolation it…Continue reading »
In Canada, communities across our land recognize November 11th to commemorate the ones who sacrificed their lives to protect our freedom and peace. God bless them all. However, few know that the entire month of November is dedicated to recognizing another type of hero: family caregivers. We can celebrate the wonderful caregivers in the world…Continue reading »
During the day I am at the helm, control central, where I guide our lives, as I work on my computer, write, blog, create graphics, check social media, respond to emails, pay bills, order groceries, make/take phone calls, and even do my recent class work for McMaster University. My Love seems to need me to…Continue reading »
November 02, 2020 by jas It was the fall weekend when daylight time changed back to standard time in this already strange year, 2020. And that’s exactly what made me think of sharing the recent behaviours related to changing a clock and telling time in My Love’s life in Alzheimer’s world. Today, as My Love…Continue reading »
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