One Family’s Lessons Learned From a Decade of Caregiving

[ad_1] Nick Clement, 78, spent the last 10 years caring for his wife, Lucy, who had a progressive dementia called

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The Importance of Holding a Memorial—Readers Respond

[ad_1] The pandemic changed everything about life, and death, in the last year. Amid the chaos and quarantine, people across

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The Importance of Friendship for Alzheimer’s Patients

[ad_1] Abbe Smerling and Judy Roeder, close friends for 30 years, raised their children, vacationed and celebrated holidays together. Abbe

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After Vaccine, Grandparents Relish Long-Awaited Reunions With Families

[ad_1] Paula Pimentel held her only grandchild, Ben, now a year old, for the first time last week. Two weeks

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Zoom Reconnects Family and Friends in the Coronavirus Pandemic—but Will It Last?

[ad_1] The Covid-19 pandemic has deepened the bonds of many families and friends in unexpected ways. Sisters who haven’t seen

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