They walk for Alzheimers to remember loved ones stricken and to help infuse needed money into research. Across the country, millions of people raise money at Alzheimer's Association Walks to End Alzheimers. In one such community in northern Illinois, hundreds of people are preparing for the McHenry County Walk at Sunset Park in Lake-in-the-Hills on September 27. Stew Cohen interviews a man whose mother suffered for years from Alzheimer's. Ira Handelsman talks about his mother and the relationship his parents had that inspired Handelsman to become very involved in Alzheimer's Association events since 2000.
Many of us are caregivers for our elderly parents. We take care of their medical issues and finances. We are also very wary of the potential they could be victims of financial and physical abuse. Stew Cohen talks to Glynnis Walker Anderson on how her own mother was the victim of elder abuse and fraud. Anderson is the author of Stealing Joy: A True Story of Alzheimer's, Elder Abuse and Fraud.
SIMBA, RAFIKI, PUMBA, AND ALL THE LOVEABLE CHARACTERS OF LION KING ARE PACKED INTO THE WOODSTOCK CHILDREN’S SUMMER THEATER PRESENTATION OF THE LION KING JR.
ON THE STAGE OF THE WOODSTOCK OPERA HOUSE ON JULY 17, 18, AND 19, VERY TALENTED YOUNG PEOPLE PERFORM THE SONGS AND ACT OUT A VERY SUCCESSFUL MUSICAL THAT HAS CAPTURED THE ATTENTION OF NOT ONLY CHILDREN BUT ADULTS SINCE SIMBA’S LIFE CAME TO THE SCREEN…AND THEN TO STAGE PRODUCTIONS THROUGHOUT THE U.S. STEW COHEN RECORDED INTERVIEWS WITH THE YOUNG PRINCIPAL PERFORMERS AND ANITA TEBO LED HER CAST THROUGH SOME OF THE GREAT SONGS OF LION KING JR. COHEN HOPES YOU’LL TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO LISTEN TO HOW DOZENS OF YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE SPENT THEIR SUMMER…PUTTING ON THE LION KING JR. UNDER THE WATCHFUL EYES OF GORDON TEBO AND HIS FABULOUS CREW.