Chelsia Hart

About Chelsia Hart

Chelsia Hart is the Editor-in-Chief at A Place for Mom. When she's not getting her passport stamped, she's strategizing on how to connect with customers through content marketing and social media. Chelsia is an advocate for reducing the stigma around Alzheimer's. Her passions include traveling, boating, marketing and leading a healthy life.

Poem: One Thousand One Hundred and Fifty Two Days

Poem: One Thousand One Hundred and Fifty Two Days

One Thousand One Hundred and Fifty Two Days By Dorothy Womack One Thousand One Hundred and Fifty Two Days… Your leaving brought changes in so many ways Inside, I’m no longer the person I was For most all my life – This is directly because My life was completely rearranged, totally In caring for you, […]

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Quote: High Blood Pressure and Alzheimer’s

Quote: High Blood Pressure and Alzheimer’s

“As far as protecting yourself against Alzheimer’s disease, well, it turns out that fish oil has the effect of reducing your risk for Alzheimer’s disease. You should also keep your blood pressure down, because chronic high blood pressure is the biggest single risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease.” – Gregory Petsko

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Quote: We Can Know

Quote: We Can Know

“I have a particular passion and focus on Alzheimer’s and diseases of dementia. There’s just so much scientifically that we don’t know, and we can know.” – Miles D. White

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Poem: My Sonnet To Bruce

Poem: My Sonnet To Bruce

My Sonnet to Bruce By Mary Bloomer Those tatted, twisted tangles in your brain, They breed the sadness in those eyes of blue, Wreak damage, cause dementia – mental pain; There is no mercy in the waste they do. You sit almost immobile in your chair; You must depend on others to be fed; They […]

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Quote: Suffering Hard

Quote: Suffering Hard

“Suffering is always hard to quantify – especially when the pain is caused by as cruel a disease as Alzheimer’s. Most illnesses attack the body; Alzheimer’s destroys the mind – and in the process, annihilates the very self.” – Jeffrey Kluger

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Poem: Walk With Me

Poem: Walk With Me

Walk With Me by Norma McNamara Walk a while with me my friends, walk with me today, Come and see what I see, and listen to what I say, Yes I have dementia, and sometimes I get worse, Please be very grateful, that you don’t have this curse, But are we all that different, the […]

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Poem: My Dear, I Love You

Poem: My Dear, I Love You

My Dear, I Love You by Jerry Ham From one who has Alzheimer’s, and yes it is hard Just for a moment, let me share from my heart. Please forgive me for the things that I say. If I were well, I would not be this way. Although I can’t tell you, I’m so glad […]

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Poem: I Understand

Poem: I Understand

I Understand by Joy Rembert How difficult it must be for you, To watch me become less of the person you once knew. My body is here, but my mind is not. The things we once shared, I may have forgot. This will be our longest goodbye. For the mind of the person you love, […]

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Quote: Alzheimer’s Epidemic Upon Us

Quote: Alzheimer’s Epidemic Upon Us

  “The epidemic is upon us. It’s a very difficult thing to say to a patient that there’s nothing we have for you, but that is the honest response. There are no disease-modifying therapies for Alzheimer’s.” – Dr. John Trojanowski Director of the Institute on Aging

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