Author: Michael Davidsen
For her last two years, I was my 90-year-old grandmother’s primary caregiver, moving into her spare bedroom shortly after her Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Several of my other relatives have also been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. I don’t think I have it myself, though my wife sometimes wonders. I try to write things down before I forget them. I work from my sixty-year-old Texas home as a freelance writer, blogger, curriculum developer, and website consultant. My wife has served as a counselor for domestic violence issues. Over the last thirty years, I have also lived with nearly twenty children, including one son.
Michael authored the Battling Alzheimer blog between January 1, 2008 and February 29, 2008.
* under construction