here are some pics and videos that capture who i am as a human. my mother's death nearly destroyed me. but it didn't. it just made me realize how important it is to find a cure. the first survivor is out there.
-love from a sad, but strong, alzheimer's daughter
One of my mom's favorite things to do as her illness progressed was to ride around in my car. We'd drive all around aimlessly and when she could no longer talk to me, I'd sing to her. She loved The Doors!
My first annual Yoga2EndAlz fundraiser in the park that my mom took us all to for decades growing up. It was one of her favorite places on earth. COVID put the brakes on '20's event but we still did a smaller version!
Drug companies are desperately searching for an end to Alzheimer's disease and other dementias. It was an honor to talk about my personal experience with some of the very doctors and scientists working towards a cure.
It was an honor to record this video for the Alzheimer’s Association’s Advocacy Committee asking Congresswoman Clark (MA-05) to expand access to credit for nonprofits during the COVID-19 crisis.