Dementia Diagnosis

Radio Show – Living Well With Memory Loss on WHBY The below article corresponds to a radio show episode from January 2022. Scroll to the bottom of this page to listen to the radio show If you or a loved one is experiencing symptoms of memory loss, finding a diagnosis is one of the most important things you can do to improve quality of life. Accurate diagnosis can provide you with a clearer picture of the existing symptoms and what […]

January Events

Memory Cafés welcome persons experiencing memory loss, along with family and friends who love and care for them.  Attendees participate in activities, learning, music, conversation, refreshments, laughter, and fun.   Appleton River Tyme Bistro, 425 W. Water Street, Appleton – Thursday, January 6 – 1:30 – 3:00p Are you feeling lucky in 2022? Join us for some fun bingo and silly conversations to start the New Year out right! River Tyme Bistro, 425 W. Water Street, Appleton – Thursday, January […]

Kairos Connection Jams

What’s a fun activity to do every Wednesday morning at 10:00 AM and is… A new activity to share with your loved one from the comfort of your home that invites you to move to music in fun easy ways in “perfection free zone” encourages you to feel good and enjoy the company of others to laugh, sing and dance? The Kairos Alive Wisconsin Connection Jam™ on Zoom! Join us every Wednesday morning at 10 AM Central on the Wisconsin […]

Creative Care – Book Review by Susan H. McFadden

Imagine this: A world where people diagnosed with some type of dementia continue to experience joy and wonder regardless of the progression of their dementia; a world where communities view various forms of long-term care as places for engaging arts and cultural events; a world in which people living with a dementia do not need to be concerned about what they forget, but rather are celebrated for what they can imagine. Can such a world be possible? In her new […]

Crossing: A caregiver’s journey – Book Review by Susan H. McFadden

I have read a lot of poetry by people caring for loved ones with dementia, but this collection of poems is by far the best in my opinion. It describes a journey of love and care from the first moments of being concerned about someone’s cognitive abilities, to the time when care is no longer possible in the home and a transition must be made to a residential care community, and then to death and grief. The book opens by […]
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