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 […] https://www.foxvalleymemoryproject.org/creative-care-book-review-by-susan-h-mcfadden/

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 […] https://www.foxvalleymemoryproject.org/crossing-a-caregivers-journey-book-review-by-susan-h-mcfadden/

NBC26 Cares Spotlights Caregivers in the Fox Valley

A big thank you to Harriet Redman and Lisa Schneider (on behalf of the Wisconsin Family and Caregiver Support Alliance, along with Respite Care Association of Wisconsin) for assisting Fox Valley Memory Project highlight one important opportunity for caregivers in our community. Also, thank you to Stacy Engebretson and her team for taking the time to speak with caregivers, staff, and participants to create a wonderful story. Click here to see the full story by Stacy Engebretson. https://www.foxvalleymemoryproject.org/nbc26-cares-spotlights-caregivers-in-the-fox-valley/
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