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It’s ok to Laugh and a Bottle of Wine

It All Began with a Bottle of Wine By Kiki and Michael Foster as transcribed by Katie Sutcliffe Becker You might be surprised to learn that in the United States, there are more than 5 million people living with age-related dementias (more than 47.5 million worldwide).  This number is likely to rise with our aging […]

Voices that Matter

The Virtual Symposium “Listening to the Voices of Stakeholders in Dementia Care Research” featured a series of expert speakers who addressed important topics related to engaging persons living with dementia, family care partners, and other stakeholders in research about dementia care. Rachel Andricosky, a program officer for the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, provided an introduction […]

Seeking Spousal Family Caregivers

Seeking spousal family caregivers to help learn how social support affects health Staying socially connected is critical to caregivers’ health. But we don’t know which aspects of social connectedness are most important to improving health. When we design programs for caregivers, is it more important to focus on reducing feelings of loneliness? Or should we […]

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