Results tagged with 'alzheimer's'
Published Feb. 28, 2016
As studies show that older African Americans are almost twice as likely as whites to develop Alzheimer's disease, Madison365 reports the 6th Annual Solomon Carter Fuller Alzheimer's event offered a chance for attendees to share experiences dealing with Alzheimer's and dementia.
Published June 9, 2015
Now that all of the Summerfest headliners have been announced, music fans all over have likely begun planning their plan of attack for the Big Gig. Local country singer-songwriter Nora Collins is no different; in fact, at the very end of our interview, she reminded herself that she still had to buy her tickets to Carrie Underwood. The only difference is that Collins has a gig of her own to schedule her Summerfesting around. Actually, 17 performances.
Published Jan. 11, 2015
Judith Harway is a professor of writing at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. Harway recently wrote a memoir called "Sundown: A Daughter's Memoir of Alzheimer's Care" that documents her personal experience with her mother's struggle with Alzheimer's. Harway will discuss and sign copies of her book on Tuesday, Jan. 13 at Boswell Book Company.
Published Nov. 23, 2011
If you're planning on interviewing Cassandra McShepard, one of the hosts of FOX-6's successful morning talk show, "Real Milwaukee," make sure you have plenty of time. When the former radio show host says, "I'm not finished talking yet," she's not kidding. McShepard has a lot to say.
Published July 13, 2011
Awards help build credibility for a business and boost staff morale. However, some things mean much more than any plaque, trophy, certificate or medal a professional organization can bestow. There are human rewards that are given without as much fanfare in noble professions such as health care and community service. They speak to the higher callings of compassion and love.