I’ve spent the last few hours researching content management systems for a potential new website focused on building a knowledge base of information that could be used by anyone needing information on Alzheimer’s or dementia. The specific content and design is still up in the air since we don’t want to duplicate other efforts, but […]
When faced with terrible information on our business, we have three options. The first option is to ignore the data and assume everything is okay. The second option is to see the data and tackle the problems head-on so we can find out the truth and fix what needs to be fixed. And finally, there’s […]
Over the last couple weeks I’ve decided to stop worrying about the next big phase for the foundation and focus on just learning (and sharing) more about the world of dementia and Alzheimer patient care by posting the articles on the charity’s blog.
Today was supposed to be another day to post a highlight or lowlight […]
Dad just told me that his high school, Meadow Bridge, has been ranked by US News and World Report as one of the best. Congratulations to the students, teachers, support staff and, of course, administrators for proving that an education isn’t about money in the schools or how big a school is (both have been […]
I finished speaking with Susan Robison, interim Director of Career Services at WVU. Susan was my main guidance counselor at WVU during undergrad and has been a good friend ever since. She hit my radar last autumn during Homecoming when we spoke for about 20 minutes on the new charity, which at that point was […]