Making Sense of Alzheimer’s is a creative space for people to understand the past, present and future of Alzheimer’s disease. It is an evolving forum, a gallery of ideas, a museum without walls.

Solving the Equation: Public Health in West Philadelphia - Tobi Akindoju was always going to help people. What is always changing, however, is how.
The Thickened Liquid Challenge - A palliative care physician starts a dialogue about the use of thickened liquids for patients with dementia.
Should We Still Read ‘Still Alice’? - Jason Karlawish,MD explains why 'Still Alice' is not the right story to help us understand Alzheimer’s disease.
Living Positively with Mild Cognitive Impairment - Toni Hamilton discusses her diagnosis of Mild Cognitive Impairment with Jason Karlawish, M.D.
The Struggle for Peace of Mind - The Struggle for Peace of Mind by Colleen Davis. Using meditation to ease emotional burdens.
Twitch - Writer Deborah Fries reads her poem Twitch.
Laughing with Dugald - Dramatists know the value of comic relief in the tragedy of life. Perhaps one man's own sense of humor is helping him to live with Alzheimer's.
Portraits of Caregivers - Photographer Raymond W. Holman, Jr. captures the sometimes forgotten figures in the battle against Alzheimer’s disease dementia.
The Plaque Project - How a men’s support group tackled a sensitive caregiving issue.
Tangles - A daughter's honest graphic memoir of her mother's descent into dementia.
Jonatha Brooke: Making Sense of Alzheimer’s Through a Musical Play - A conversation with singer Jonatha Brooke and how she made sense of Alzheimer’s disease through her musical play, "My Mother has Four Noses."
Elizabeth Kadetsky: Making Sense of Memory -  Deborah Fries speaks with writer Elizabeth Kadetsky about memory and complex family relationships.
Still We Dance: Artist Charles M. Williams - Charles M. Williams combines his art with “the possibility of the ‘long good-bye’ that is Alzheimer’s.”
Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) - For a woman whose memory seems to have faded, the pages of a yearbook spark remembrance.
Broken: Alzheimer’s Through the Eyes of Teenage Artists - Two teenage artists explore what Alzheimer's disease means to them.
Stitching a Story - UK artist Ruth Blackford uses "stitched illustration" to convey meaning around her mother's Alzheimer's.
Building the Great Wall of China … one brick at a time - Alzheimer’s disease researcher Dr. John Trojanowksi talks about why he got into the field — even after his peers and his family said it was a mistake.
The Beginning Stages of Goodbye - Artist Alexandria Levin reflects on a cross-country train trip she took to help her mother, who has dementia, move into the final stages of her life.
Making Sense of Alzheimer’s …  A Student’s Perspective - A college student asks questions about Alzheimer’s disease to try and understand the complexity of the disease.
Millennials Take Action: Designing to Preserve Dignity for Persons with Dementia - Creative young adults design innovations aimed at improving quality of life of patients and caregivers.
History of Alzheimer’s Research - A walk through important dates in Alzheimer's disease research history.
IOM Report on Cognitive Aging - The IOM Report on Cognitive Aging
Matthias Hollwich: Design that Embraces the Aging Process - Architect Matthias Hollwich is on a mission to change how we view the aging process.
Hilarity for Charity Joins Fight Against Alzheimer’s Disease - Hilarity for Charity joins fight against Alzheimer’s disease.
The Alzheimer Conundrum: Entanglements of Dementia and Aging - Listen to Jason Karlawish's review of Margaret Lock's book "The Alzheimer Conundrum."
Choreographing a Dance - A college student choreographs a dance thesis that connects movement and the workings of the impaired mind.
Beyond Forgetting: Poetry and Prose about Alzheimer’s Disease - Poet Holly Hughes hopes her collection of poetry and prose about Alzheimer’s will help those whose lives had been touched by the disease.
A Conversation in the Heartland: Living with Alzheimer’s in Community - A Conversation in the Heartland by Deborah Fries. Living with Alzheimer's in Community.
Beyond the Face of Alzheimer’s -  “Beyond the Face of Alzheimer’s"  - an intimate portrait of Alzheimer’s and related dementias.