“All the arts experienced described in this book are successful when they build on the fundamental principle that as access to memory wanes in Alzheimer’s, creativity remains vibrant and alive.”

 – I’m Still Here, p. 132

“All the arts experienced described in this book are successful when they build on the fundamental principle that as access to memory wanes in Alzheimer’s, creativity remains vibrant and alive.”

– I’m Still Here, p. 132

I’m Still Here News

The ISH Foundation wishes to thank Faith Ott, CEO and Founder of SageAge Strategies, for her contributions and leadership of the Board of Directors. Faith continues to support the Foundation through in-kind services provided by SageAge which specializes in strategic marketing and business growth in senior living and senior care industries.

ISHF also wishes to thank Vivian Rahn who recently retired as Director of Communications and Development. Viv worked to strengthen all forms of communications and helped guide fundraising efforts. She continues to share a commitment to the I’m Still Here Principles and will volunteer with the Foundation in the future.

Dr. John Zeisel was a featured speaker on June 22 Virginia PBS documentary, Alzeheimer’s: What you can do. The film delves into the research that shows how our social interactions, diet, sleep exercise, stress levels and daily health habits have dramatic effects on our cognitive abilities as we age. With scientific data and personal stories about holistic treatment approaches, this film explores the discoveries that are changing the medical profession’s view of dementia. The film is available on Virginia PBS documentaries and on youtube.com.