Medicare Stops Cognitive Therapy for Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease

Non-pharmaceutical interventions for Alzheimer’s patients & others w memory loss or cognitive impairment are under attack. Info provided, advocacy needed.

Why Should Anyone Care About Alzheimer’s Disease?

Fort Pierce, Florida – ( The misconceptions about Alzheimer’ Disease abound, but this month of November, Alzheimer Awareness month, the spouses of are on a mission to educate the public about the REAL nature of Alzheimer’s Disease. According to, the #1 site on the Internet for support and information for spouses of Alzheimer […]

New Inspirational Memoir Offers Spiritual Perspective on Death and Dying as Grief Support For Bereavement

August 21, 2010 – Reston, VA. – (WiredPRNews) The Circle of Life – A Journey Through Grief to Understanding by Joanne Aaronson presents the case that after-death communication is not only possible, it can be healing. The Midwest Book Review offers the following praise, “Even with death, you can still form bonds. The Circle of […]

Young Dementia Sufferer Writes About Living “Through the Eyes of the Fog”

Port St. Lucie, Florida “Through the Eyes of the Fog” is a snapshot essay of living with Alzheimer’s Disease/Frontal Lobe Dementia by one who knows. Tracy Mobley, diagnosed 7 years ago, at age 38, with Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease/Frontal Lobe Dementia continues her guest blogging series on with the April blog’s brutally honest assessment […]

Dispelling the myths of Alzheimer’s Disease–It’s not just a grandparent’s disease.

Port St. Lucie, Florida -Being aware of 4 simple facts about Alzheimer’s Disease can extend the quality of life for patients and caregivers. The Alzheimer Spouse website, wants to raise awareness of the disease by dispelling the myths of Alzheimer’s Disease. Physicians and the public need to know: • Alzheimer’s Disease is NOT normal […]

Caregivers Return from Respite Cruise in the Caribbean

Miami, Florida – A group of rested, happy, caregivers have returned from 5 fun filled days on a Caregiver Caribbean Cruise. Full time caregiving is an exhausting job, but a group of members from, joined Patrick Toal from, for respite, shopping, eating, swimming with the dolphins, sightseeing, caregiving seminars, and support groups, on […]