Ambiguous loss, a term coined by Pauline Boss, a researcher who studied the families of missing soldiers in the 1970s, is loss that occurs without closure. Ambiguous loss was first described as “loss without a dead body”. Our host takes a broader definition and explains it as loss that may or may not include death […]
With the holidays quickly approaching, cherishing moments with family and friends seems to be of more importance. People are generally more thoughtful, more forgiving – or maybe more tolerant – and more loving. Memories are shared. Laughter is had. But what happens to those who forget? To those whose memory just seems to fail them? […]
Charlie Daniel from Alzheimer’s & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin joins us to talk Alzheimer’s and Dementia and the Solomon Carter Fuller Memory Screening Day. More information on Solomon Carter Fuller Memory Screening Day, Starting February 19th with Dr. Consuelo Wilkins from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine at Fountain of Life Family Worship Center and […]
Dane County Alzheimer’s Walk Saturday, October 10, 2015 Warner Park Shelter 1511 Northport Dr., Madison http://support.alzwisc.org/dane The Alzheimer’s & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin is a nonprofit organization that is specifically designed to provide a link to resources for people with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias. We are also deeply concerned with providing support to those […]
Cynthia Carlsson and Danielle Washington from Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center talk an experimental drug that could slow or stop the onset of Alzheimer’s disease in people at risk is recruiting participants in Madison.
Neuropsychologist Dr. Carey Gleason and Theresa Sanders, recently retired Long Term Care Manager for Dane County Government, join Aaron and Haywood to talk about memory, aging, and Alzheimers.