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- Providence 5
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 2
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- Providence Mount St. Vincent 1
- Providence 4
- Navy 2
- Andover Center for History and Culture 1
- Area Agency on Aging 1
- Catholic University 1
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Grandma and Warren and Heather talking in the hospital.
My friend Anne Hermann has long had a passion for and involvement with the field of mental health services, particularly for older adults.
[Recorded: Friday, November 5th, 2021] Miles Efron and Marion Dembling have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Miles works for the Miller Center at UVA, and Marion is a retiree living in the Charlottesville area. During their conversation,...
Irene Rodriguez Mendez recalls her family and baseball as a young child
Linda talks about taking care of her parents. As an only child the caretaking is mostly left to her, but she does have some help from a childhood friend. There are rewards to taking care of your parents, knowing they...
Spoke in Spanish with my mom (age 86 at the time of the interview), who was born in Cuba, eventually moving to Venezuela, where she met and married my dad. She was a college professor for decades before retiring. She...
Andover Stories of American Identity: Andover resident Kevin O'Leary shares his story about his worldly upbringing, and how it all led to his profession of becoming a psychologist to help wounded veterans heal.
Do you ever wonder what it would be like to go on a search to find your birth parents? On December 31,2019, in Woodstock Vermont, Tsehay Driscoll sad down to interview her grandmother Titia Ellis to find the answer. Titia...
This is an interview I did with my grandmother (Bubi) about her challenging childhood during the Great Depression. (Note: My grandmother has been previously diagnosed with dementia, which is why there were some aspects of her story that were repeated.)
My mother has dementia and has difficulty remembering any details but she is this far as sweet as ever.
Judith Peavey (71) shares her thoughts, feelings, and memories about her late husband's life and their relationship leading up to his diagnosis with dementia. Sonia Kinkhabwala (22) accompanies and listens to her stories.
Spouses Wanja Ngugi (35) and Steve Rutledge (49) sit down together to tell their love story and express their deep appreciation for one another.
Donna Kay Chapman (77) my grandmother, Calton Lamont Chapman SR (70) my grandpa (paternal) my son Lawson Keith Ent (5) in the background and myself Lonnie Cheyenne Ent (24)
Kate shares with Molly about her connection with The Mount as a family member and then as a foundation board member.
This interview my boyfriend and I talk about him and his fathers bond, and the difficulties with handling his dad having dementia.
One Small Step partners Lisa Specter-Dunaway (59) and Jessica Murray (39) have a conversation where they consider mental health, political polarization, immigrant experiences, and urban life.
Son Eric Hanson and granddaughter Emma Hanson ask Cheryl about growing up, memories of her family and accomplishments.
A discussion with a VET who joined the navy at age 19 after his Uncle was killed.
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.
One Small Step conversation partners Jose "Tony" Del Rio (55) and Nathan Norton (48) talk the lack of opportunity and appropriate spaces to have respectful conversations about politics. They also both discuss their experiences in the Navy and their current...
A conversation led by a Speech Language Pathologist with an individual living with Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA), his wife, and their music coach describing the power of music in their lives. They share their strategies, challenges, and successes in connecting...
Jennifer Harders (49) has a conversation with colleague and friend Lu Ann Ramsey (69) about their experience in facilitating memory cafes and the benefits to persons living with memory loss and their care partners or family members.
One Small Step partners Kate Uhlir (82) and Andrew Duxbury [no age given] inquire about each other's lives, one being a mother of six and the other a Geriatrics doctor.