Spring 2023

Inside Spring 2023 Generations Journal

Dementia and Living Well

Our Guest Editors: Dementia and Alzheimer’s Experts Share Varied Voices
By Alison Biggar

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Nora Super
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Douglas D. Pace

Improving the Lives of People Living with Dementia and Their Caregivers
By Nora Super

Trying My Best to Live Well with Dementia
By Betsy Groves

Living Well as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver
By Tom Allen

Evolving Dementia Pre-Diagnosis Stage

Promoting Healthy Aging to Reduce the Risk of Dementia: A Public Health Imperative
By Janelle Gore, Benjamin Denno, John D. Omura, Matthew Baumgart, and Lisa C. McGuire

Early Detection of Dementia and the Goal of Population-based Care
By Soo Borson and Joshua Chodosh

Dementia Stigma: Let’s Stop It from Stymieing Solutions
By Sarah Lenz Lock, Laura Mehegan, and Chuck Rainville

The Post-Diagnostic Stage

Dementia-Friendly Initiatives for Individuals Living with Dementia, Care Partners, and Communities
By Alice Bonner, Amy Walsh, Jody Shue, Grace Morton, and Terry Fulmer

Health Disparities in Long-Term Care for People Living with Dementia
By Lenise Cummings-Vaughn

Providing ‘Just Enough’ Support for Individuals to Live Well with Dementia
By Sam Fazio, Lauren Stratton, Chelsea Kline, and Sheila Molony

Technological Advances in Dementia Care and Services

The Power of Technology for Individuals Living with Dementia
By Jack York

So, You Want to Build a Program?
By Kylie Meyer, Nancy McPherson, and Donna Benton

Direct Care Workers are the Foundation of a Dementia-Capable Workforce
By Kezia Scales and Laura M. Wagner

Looking Forward

Looking in the Rearview Mirror and the Road Ahead on Dementia & Living Well
By Douglas D. Pace

Suggested citation for articles in this issue: [Last Name(s), First Name(s)]. “Article Title.” Generations Journal, vol. 47, no. 1 (Spring 2023). [URL]