Frequently Viewed Articles – U.S. News Health
for Caregivers for People with Dementia
I’ve had the good fortune to write for U.S. News Health. It allows my message to reach a wider audience than caregivers for people with dementia who are my target at TheCaregiversVoice.com
After tw0-and-a-half years of learning from and enjoying work with my editor – the one who discovered my work – she has left for different responsibilities in another division.
I enjoyed talking with my new editor and look forward to learning from and working with her. There’s much to learn, especially when writing in AP journalistic style for this book author, Chicago Manual style fan.
My new editor sent me the top five articles of all time.
She also sent me the bottom five articles of the monthly articles I’ve written for U.S. News. It might be worth a look. Actually the first one of the bottom was in the top five last year.
Last month I posted my Top Five Most-Viewed Caregiving Articles for sites including U.S. News & World Report Health, Caring.com, and EzineArticles.com. This month, I’ll share five more for a 2-part Top-10 List, including a couple interviews and a BONUS article.
Every now and then I get feedback from my editor about which articles are the top-viewed pieces for caregivers at U.S. News Health.
I write over 100 articles each year and contribute content to sites beyond TheCaregiversVoice.com.
Here are our all time five for your information
- What People With Dementia Can Teach Us About Authentic Communication
- Alzheimer’s Irritability – What’s the Big Deal?
- What It Means When a Person With Dementia Says: ‘I Want to Go Home’
- Helping Mom and Dad Declutter
- Caregiver Dementia: Oh Yea, It’s Real.
These are the top viewed pieces including
There’s an overlooked type of dementia, and it’s more common than Alzheimer’s.
Dec. 16, 2016
Better communication starts with these key strategies.
Four experts offer their top tip in this short article including The Caregiver’s Voice and Amy Goyer.
As dementia progresses, the resulting brain damage can trigger hallucinations and delusions.
September is World Alzheimer’s Month. Here’s how to prevent the little things from becoming big issues.