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3 Examples of Caregiver Guilt and How To Cope With Them

3 Examples of Caregiver Guilt and How To Cope With Them Caregiver guilt is unavoidable on the dementia journey. Here are some common examples you may encounter and tips to help work through them. 1. Losing Your Temper At times, it may feel as though your loved one is deliberately pushing your buttons. No matter […] Read More >>

Why Dementia Has Worsened During COVID-19

No two dementia journeys are the same and the disease progresses differently from person to person. But one thing has become clear during the COVID-19 pandemic; it’s getting worse at a faster pace. There are a few reasons that may explain why dementia caregivers feel as though their loved one’s decline has suddenly accelerated. Isolation […] Read More >>

African American Alzheimer’s statistics

The latest statistics show that the African American community remains disproportionately affected by Alzheimer’s disease. There are many things that factor into these troubling numbers, including a distrust of the medical community and cultural stigma related to the disease, among other influencing conditions. Read More >>

Onesimus: The enslaved black man who shaped American inoculation

With vaccines being at the forefront of our fight to end the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of inoculation weighs heavy on our minds. But did you know that the practice of vaccinations in America can be traced all the way back to the 1700s (nearly a century before Edward Jenner developed what would become known […] Read More >>