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I decided it was time to learn more about my grandma so I sat down with her on a Saturday morning and asked some questions.
In this interview between Megan Dixon (15) and her Grandma, Judy Dixon (80), Judy tells Megan about her life. Judy discusses her childhood, her transition between homeschool and public school, and her dream of becoming a teacher. Judy also tells...
Mom and daughter share story of grandmother’s Alzheimer
Sat down with my grandma, who is suffering with memory loss, to talk about her childhood and her current life.
This is Part 2 of the Three Generations of Dreamers conversation with Aimee J, Salin Geevarghese, and his son Sanjay. The most poignant moment is at the end when Sanjay speaks about the impact of his grandfather’s Alzheimer’s on himself.
A conversation with Aimee J, Salin Geevarghese and his son Sanjay about dreams, leadership, character, influences, heroes, Alzheimer’s, struggle, parents, and President Obama
Ninety-one year old Henry Raymont talks about his life and love with help from my mother, Wendy Marcus Raymont, who has Alzheimer’s disease. They live together in Mexico.
In this interview we discussed her early life. Later in the interview we briefly touched on her life now and her diagnosis with Alzheimer’s.
A grandson recounting memories with his grandmother, from childhood, to high school, to happy moments.
Oral history type interview with my Mémé (american/french canadian grandmother). Wanted to capture some of her thoughts as she has mid stage dementia / alzheimers
An interview with my father on life, change, and new understandings since his Alzheimer’s diagnosis two years ago.
My dad’s thoughts on his life and lessons in the transformation of his past 10 years.
Here I interview my mother about her brief life in Ecuador and as that of an immigrant in the United States
Being on the Berkeley campus in the 1960s and 1970s; ageism and sexism; watching a parent go through Alzheimer’s.
A small summary of Lyn’s life and journey with her husband Hans’ Alzheimer’s illness. Such a powerful testament to Lyn’s faith!
In this interview I reflected on the past year and a half since the diagnosis of my father’s Alzheimer’s. It’s just me with some thoughts about the judgements people make about the way my family has attempted to navigate how...
While waiting for our Thanksgiving lunch at the nursing home I interviewed my mom who has advanced Alzheimer’s.
My grandmother, who we call grammy, told me about her life as a nurse, stay-at-home mom, cancer survivor, and traveller. She is very dedicated to documenting things with photos, so it was interesting to the hear stories behind them. My...