Sherry Christiansen

About Sherry Christiansen

Sherry Christiansen is a Freelance Medical Writer with an extensive healthcare background, having worked directly with people with Alzheimer’s disease in a home care setting. She also taught about dementia care as part of a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) course. Sherry has experienced first-hand just how important the caregiver is in the daily life, and overall well-being, of those with Alzheimer’s disease. With a diverse writing and editing background, she has helped launch several successful websites and written thousands of articles and blogs, while collaborating on medical research projects at Weill Cornell University’s Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic (APC). Sherry specializes in health and wellness, healthy lifestyle, nutrition and Alzheimer’s prevention. From the home environment to extensive clinical/medical research endeavors to professional writing about the latest in Alzheimer’s disease information, she is an expert in all aspects (including caregiving) and stages of the disease.

How Does “Move for Minds” Benefit Alzheimer’s?

How Does “Move for Minds” Benefit Alzheimer’s?

An annual Alzheimer’s disease fundraising event created by author, journalist and the former First Lady of California, Maria Shriver, “Move for Minds” is benefiting the disease by educating and supporting men and women across the United States on cognitive and physical health. Learn more about the initiative and how to get involved in honor of […]

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Spring Activities for Seniors With Dementia

Spring Activities for Seniors With Dementia

Spring has arrived and if you are a caregiver to a parent or senior loved one with dementia, you may be ready to get outside and start enjoying some spring activities with them. People in all stages of the disease need to participate in activities to enjoy life, but when planning spring activities for a […]

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