Musical Tribute to Mom

Joe Fraley says he’s always performed his songs for his mother, and when she started to show symptoms of her Alzheimer’s disease, he noticed that the music seemed to ease her pain. So he brings his guitar on visits to her now, and even when she doesn’t recognize him, she lights up when he starts strumming.

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Molly Middleton Meyer

Molly Middleton Meyer – A Voice for Alzheimer’s Patients

After watching both of her parents die from Alzheimer’s disease, Molly Middleton Meyer knew there had to be a better way to care for people suffering from this horrible disease. She just never imagined that her passion for poetry and creative writing could be the key to opening up the doors of communication with those who’ve lost their voice.

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Molly Middleton Meyer

There is a growing health crisis in this country. Find out what you need to know about the coming Alzheimer’s Tsunami and how one woman is using the experiences she had with her late parents to rewrite how we care for our loved ones.

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Michio Kaku

He’s one of the brightest — and most famous — scientific minds in the world today. The fascinating Dr. Michio Kaku shares some of the latest findings about the mind and how the stuff of science fiction is become reality.

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5 Tips to Keep Your Memories Forever

Alzheimer’s continues to steal memories in alarming numbers, but there is good news. Study after study confirms your lifestyle choices can delay or even prevent the onset of dementia. Find out the top five choices you can make to keep your memories.

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Stephen Jepson

A former college arts professor, whose work is in the Smithsonian, is the unlikely ringleader behind a brain health philosophy that is gaining support from big brains across the country. Find out why he wants you to stop exercising and start playing.

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Dan Cohen

What happens when you give a person with dementia an iPod loaded with the songs of their youth? They come alive inside. Find out about a remarkable new project that is changing the lives of patients and caregivers and how you can help.

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Michael Gelb

One of the pioneers in the field of accelerated learning says not only do we not have to accept the notion that our memory will naturally decrease with age, we can fight it and even do specific things to improve brain power. Find out how.

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