Alzheimer's and Dementia

Gracie and Edward

What Prayer Do You Say If You Lose Something?

From misplacing a dog leash or a memory, how to summon help.

Edward Grinnan on Alzheimer's

How Often Do You Take a Memory Test Online?

With a family history of Alzheimer’s, is faith in the results the best use of faith?

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A ray of light

A Ray of Light at a Mother’s Death

Although miles apart, knowing that she was gone.

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Edward Grinnan

In the End, the One Word That Matters

It was a mother/son relationship fraught with tension but, ultimately, understanding.

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Percy Daggs III with a photo of his grandparents; photo courtesy Alzheimer's Association

Actor Percy Daggs III on Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer's

His beloved grandparents showed him the importance of caring for one other. When his grandma developed Alzheimer’s, it was his turn to step up

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A senior woman and her adult daughter

Anticipating Alzheimer’s Care Needs

Here’s a look at the three primary stages of Alzheimer’s and how they impact the patient and the caregiver.

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A woman opens her curtains to greet the day

Thriving Through Alzheimer's

Discover how these positive people are seeing the blessings of every day while living with this progressive neurologic disorder.

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Spring training

Do You and Your Mom Share a Passion for Sports?

Tender memories of spring training and a love of the Detroit Tigers

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Singing out loud

How Musical ‘Earworms’ Can Improve Your Memory

Why that song you can’t get out of your head might help you access and retain positive experiences from the past.

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Glen Campbell performs at the Sands Event Center on October 26, 2012 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Remembering Glen Campbell and His Struggle With Alzheimer’s

In an excerpt from an upcoming book on his family’s history with the disease, Edward Grinnan recounts a visit with the Rhinestone Cowboy.

Edward Grinnan

Have You Received a Comforting Sign from a Loved One Who Has Passed?

For one son, it appeared in a secondhand bookstore on the first anniversary of his mother’s death.

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Edward Grinnan on Black History Month

How Black History Month Helps Us Understand the Present

It’s not just about the courage of historical figures, it’s also about the quality of life in America today.

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Caring for a senior dog

Are You Caring for a Dog with Dementia?

Calling all caregivers of dogs with canine cognitive dysfunction. We want to hear your stories.

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Edward Grinnan

Taking Away the Car Keys—How Did Your Family Handle It?

It’s a watershed moment for those with a loved one who has dementia. This writer wants to hear from you about it.

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Edward Grinnan and Gracie

How Do You Plan to Connect With Others Over the Holidays?

Social interactions are crucial to our health and happiness, especially during this season.

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Guideposts Editor-in-Chief Edward Grinnan on Alzheimer's

When Did You First Suspect a Loved One Had Alzheimer’s?

In this case, it was a tip-off from a cocker spaniel.

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