What's On the Agenda?
This first person account in the New York Times, written by a daughter caring for her 92-year-old mother with Alzheimer's, will resonate with so many 50+ers whose parents need full-time care... and who deal with the challenges of this daunting task. The author feels that this experience has given her a clearer understanding, and sympathy, for what dementia really means ... no future, no past... only the endless now. In the midst of the sadness and loss, the daughter still appreciates the essence of her mother and makes sure that she always has an agenda. Click here for the full story.