November 2015

24
Nov

Alzheimer’s and the Holidays, Part 1 – The Dinner

There is no denying that America is gearing up for the holiday season.  Retailers and ad agencies bide their time until Halloween is over, to really start the barrage of holiday marketing.  It isn’t necessarily a bad thing, considering that in this day, with 2 working parents and kids with schedules that rival that of a CEO, families need time

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6
Nov

Technology: Keeping Families Connected

The American Family; how it has changed over the last couple of decades.  Most of us remember the days when we all sat down to dinner as a family and shared our experiences of the day. Afterward, we would all gather, together, in front of the television and watch whatever the few networks were showing.  Before television, it was radio

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