Day 15 – Living with Alzheimer’s – Rick Phelp’s Video Log

Day 15Living with Alzheimer’s – Rick Phelp’s Video Log

This one talks about the need for Awareness of Alzheimer’s disease


You may have noticed there was no video yesterday as Rick was attending a family funeral, so if you are looking for the video Day 14 there is none.

Rick has been diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease  EOAD.  I will posting these videos as I get them from Rick.  If you are interested in truly understanding what it is like to have Alzheimer’s or are caring for someone with the disease, I believe these video logs will change your life in a positive fashion. 

In addition to this video sequence, Rick has also started a group called “Memory People” on facebook.

The group is for both people with Memory Loss and their Caregivers.  Here is some more information on how to find “Memory People” on facebook.

1)      Log into facebook

2)      If you have not signed up for facebook yet, you must do this first.  Once you have done this you will have a home page and can follow the directions below.  To sign up for facebook, just google and follow the directions.  It is very simple to do.  I did it! 

3)      Once you are logged in on your home page you will see a search box just left of the facebook logo and next to the little, people, comment, and world icons.  You can’t miss it.  

4)      Type in “Memory People” and a list of groups will appear

5)      Look for the drop down and click on the one that says “Memory People”  and it will bring you to their page.

6)      From there you can decide to join by clicking on the button that says “Join” I believe it is in the upper right corner of the page.

2 Replies to “Day 15 – Living with Alzheimer’s – Rick Phelp’s Video Log”

  1. Thank you for sharing your personal experience with alzhimers’. To join your cause of spreading the word and educating about alzhimers’, I am listing your blog on
    You can find your link in the “special needs” section.
    Thank you Rick, for an insight look into your life and helping others with similar struggles.

    1. HI Colinda

      Thanks for writing and thanks for adding us to your list of resources. We appreciate all the help we can get in spreading awareness of Alzheimer’s disease. Again thank you for taking hte time to share with us.


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