fbpx

Helen’s Story: Artist, Caregiver

Using Creativity to Deal with Impact of Alzheimer’s It’s a question Helen Meyrowitz heard often when she was the primary caregiver for her husband who was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, “How is your husband doing?” “People often ask about the person with the...

Managing Diabetes and the Holidays, Creatively.

When a holiday return home to the south shortly after discovering she was diabetic left award-winning playwright and professor Robbie McCauley hospitalized, she found she was no longer able to deny her condition, and began to seek ways to take better care of herself.

Breaking Barriers to PTSD Treatment

Breaking Barriers to PTSD Treatment   One-in-five, or some 440,000 of the 2.2 million Iraq and Afghanistan War veterans – a population equivalent to that of Oklahoma City or Denver — may have left the war zone, but in many ways, they are still fighting the...

Greg's Story

Every night before going to sleep, 20-year old Greg Weintraub takes a look at five photos hanging on the wall above his bed. They remind him that there's more to life than remembering to take your medication.

Join the UnLonely Project!

We'd love to keep you keep you in the loop with the latest news and events, activities we're working on, and opportunities for you to participate. Subscribe today!

(We never share your address and you can unsubscribe easily at any time.)

Thanks for joining our Community! We'll keep in touch and you can do the same by sending us a message at any time.