Posterior Cortical Atrophy Part II

Brandon Lewis interviews his father, Jerald Lewis, about the family's experience with Susan Lewis's posterior cortical atrophy.

Thanks for the memories

Evan Insley talks to Jim Reisinger about growing up in Rochester during the 40s and 50s. Also included life as a father and grandfather. His work life and why he decided to quit his job as a teacher to becoming...

Life on a Japanese military base

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...

Alexis Zubow Nov 21 2017

While waiting for our Thanksgiving lunch at the nursing home I interviewed my mom who has advanced Alzheimer's.

Asad Jamil Khawja 1992 to 2017

Retirement, Holiday Cruises, Wife's Alzheimer's, Leave Not tingham

Gwen Ellen Grose Shaw birth-8 years old

Gwen was born 12/31/1936, during WWII, in San Antonio, TX. Gwen is 83 years old and has Alzheimer’s. This is a recollection of her childhood.

Grandma’s Childhood

Sat down with my grandma, who is suffering with memory loss, to talk about her childhood and her current life.

Three Generations of Dreamers, Pt 2: Chasing Dreams with Aimee J, Salin Geevarghese, and his son Sanjay

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.

My Nana

The daughter and granddaughters or an Alzheimer's victim remenicse of the times when she was alive, the time she was sick, and how it effected them

Posterior Cortical Atrophy Part I

Brandon Lewis interviews his father, Jerald Lewis, about their family's experience with Susan Lewis's Posterior Cortical Atrophy.

Interview with Mom about Grandma

My mom and I discuss my grammie’s alzheimer’s and overall discuss it and her journey with it.

Mémé, 2015

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

“I was so excited to go to real school, or what I called real school.”

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...

Life of Lyn Jensen

A small summary of Lyn’s life and journey with her husband Hans’ Alzheimer’s illness. Such a powerful testament to Lyn’s faith!