Here's to when everyone, even those with AD, can enjoy this day in their fullest capacity. Who likes movies that make you laugh, cry and feel ALL the feels?
HFC will fight to #kickalzintheballz until that day comes!
We are thrilled with the launch of #Disrupt Dementia!
#hope #leadership #care #cure twitter.com/AARP/status/10… Shoutout to everyone participating in the @alzassociation's #longestdayoftheyear!
You'd think my dad would have been the first to notice it and take action, but it was my brother and I who had to bring it up with him.
The way I described it to [my dad] was that if you are with a baby every single day, you don't notice after three months that it's grown so much, but if you saw a baby one day and then you didn't see it again for three months, you would say, "Oh my god, you have grown so much!
@hilarityforcharity A post shared by Lauren Miller Rogen (@laurenmillerrogen) on Having that conversation with her [about getting tested] and having the doctors deliver the news was difficult.
But she had a secret: Her mother was showing signs of dementia and, two years later, at the age of 55, her mom was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's.
spoke with Lauren about the debilitating effects of the disease — incontinence, confusion, loss of language — and how, with the help of her husband, brother, and a network of friends, she founded Hilarity for Charity in 2012 to help raise Alzheimer's awareness. I don't remember the story, but I remember her doing that. I told myself that maybe it was just that one time.
Someday, hopefully, this will be one of them.”; Over 26.6 million people worldwide currently suffer from the disease.
Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller have married in California. I’d already kind of started, and I was like ‘Oh man, her boobs are out!