Alzheimer's and Dementia

Tony Bennett in concert, 2007

How Music Helps Tony Bennett Battle Alzheimer’s

Though dealing with dementia, the singer still makes his way to the studio.

Edward Grinnan

How Alzheimer’s Created a New York Yankees Fan

A mom’s love of baseball leads her son to a team for life.

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A senior man greets the sunrise

At 100, Her Grandfather Was Enjoying Life to the Fullest

After 76 years of marriage, Alzheimer’s had taken his beloved wife. But with God’s help he graciously let go of being a caregiver.

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A friend brings a caregiver a casserole

What Prayer Can Do: Divine Nourishment

She was at the end of her rope while looking after her mother with Alzheimer’s.  Then this caregiver received an unexpected food delivery.

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Sugar and Alzheimer's

How Cutting Back on Sugar Can Help Fight Alzheimer's

Apparently, a sweet tooth can cause more than cavities.

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Edward Grinnan

Surprised by a God-Given Miracle of Memory

An Alzheimer’s patient unexpectedly unearths a shared moment from the past with her son.

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Edward Grinnan

Finding a New Kind of Family in a Memory Care Unit

In the throes of Alzheimer’s, a mom discovers care, support and even a “lifelong” friend.

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Edward Grinnan and Gracie

Memory Loss and the Power of Prayer

In the months of sharing fears about dementia, a ray of hope.

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Edward loving on Gracie

Caring for Loved Ones with Dementia—When to Take the Keys Away

For the family of an on-the-move Mom descending into Alzheimer’s, it was a painful, but correct, decision.

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Tony Bennett holding a microphone

Legendary Singer Tony Bennett and Family Share Details of His Battle with Alzheimer’s

The musical icon was diagnosed with the disease in 2016.

Edward Grinnan on Alzheimer's vaccine

Would You Take a Vaccine That Prevents Alzheimer’s?

As medical treatment evolves, here are some questions to answer.

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Edward Grinnan

Shopping with a List—For the First Time

Maybe it was time to accept that everyone forgets stuff as they age.

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Edward Grinnan on shopping for supplements

Shopping for Hope in the Vitamin Store

Supplements may help, but God’s love is a sure thing.

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Edward and Gracie in the woods

Why Our Memories Are So Important to Us

An overwhelming response from Guideposts readers about how we remember, how we forget and the enduring presence of God.

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Walking in the woods with Gracie

Caregiving: A Burden of Love

Recalling a mother’s devotion for her son, while exploring the connection between Alzheimer’s and Down syndrome.

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Edward Grinnan

Taking a Closer Look at Memory Loss

Worries about a family history of Alzheimer’s leads to an MRI and more prayers.

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