Thanks for the Memories Mr. Campbell

The news of Glenn Campbell’s passing brought back a flood of memories from my childhood. Campy variety shows of the 60’s & 70’s...The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour, Donny & Marie,

Walking for My Mom

The Rivet Revolution Team attended the San Francisco Walk to End Alzheimer’s today. Joined by friends and family, this year’s walk was especially bittersweet for me. For the 1st

How to Avoid Caregiver Burnout

Family members and loved ones deal with a lot of stress when a person is diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s. A diagnosis like this can be incredibly overwhelming and

A Change in Plans

Funny how life works. You’re going along at a pretty good clip, watching your grown children raise their families, settling into your twilight years with your husband of so

The Dog Days of Summer

It’s that time of year, back to school is just around the corner. I laugh along with everyone else at the memes on Facebook - the exhausted parents sitting

The Impact of Diagnosis

Meet 6 people living fulfilling, interesting lives with dementia. This award-winning, true film, helps you understand the needs and feelings of real people with dementia. With thanks to the

Celebrating Fathers

According to Wikipedia, Father’s Day was first celebrated in the Spokane YMCA on June 19, 1910, by Sonora Smart Dodd. Her father was the civil war veteran William Jackson

When the Going Gets Tough

Twenty-five years ago I met a woman who would grow to be one of my dearest friends.  Our families would become intertwined.  Our daughters would become best friends; my

Move For Minds 2017 Recap

The Rivet Revolution team had the honor to sponsor and participate in the 2017 Move for Minds event today in San Francisco. It was an amazing event presented by

And So the Adventure Begins…

It's graduation season. If you haven't been lucky enough to be invited to a graduation this year, here is just a little taste of the words of wisdom that

Alzheimer’s by the Numbers

The number of Americans living with Alzheimer's disease is growing — and growing fast. An estimated 5.5 million Americans of all ages have Alzheimer's disease. Of the estimated 5.5 million
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