Oct 5, 2012

Alzheimer's Reading Room Media Information

Voted #1 in the 25 Best Alzheimer's Blogs of 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 by Healthline, Bob DeMarco listed as a top ten influencer on the Internet

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The goal of the Alzheimer's Reading Room is to Educate and Empower Alzheimer's caregivers, their families, and the entire Alzheimer's community. The Alzheimer's Reading Room exists for the benefit of society.

Alzheimer's Reading Room Media Information

The Alzheimer's Reading Room as a a Resource
  • Quotes
  • Story Ideas
  • Statistics
  • Trends in Alzheimer's disease, dementia and Alzheimer's caregiving
  • Hot Topics
  • Interviews
  • Contacts to Experts in the Industry
  • Expert Testimony
Recent Speaking Engagement
Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts
Seeing Alzheimer's Differently
Pace University, New York

"Communicating in Alzheimer's World: The Path from Burden to Joy"
90 minute workshop

Seeing Alzheimer's Differently
Adopting a Positive Mindset
along with Richard Taylor

Alzheimer's Association
Seeing Alzheimer's Differently
Western Pennsylvania

Jefferson Education Society
Alzheimer's: The Path from Burden to Joy
Alzheimer's Reading Room in the Media
  • New York Times
  • ABC News
  • Huffington Post
  • @KatieCouric
  • Palm Beach Post
  • Chicago Sun Times
  • Houston Chronical

Television Interviews
  • KUSA, NBC, Denver
  • WHAM, CW, Rochester
  • WGHP, FOX, Greenboro
  • Bay Cable,San Francisco
  • WNCR, Raleigh/Durham
  • WLOX, ABC, Biloxi
  • KGWN, CBS, Cheyenne
  • WYAM, Birmingham
  • KVLY, NBC, Fargo
  • KCTU, Wichita
  • WHKY,Charlotte

Radio Interviews
  • WGUF, Naples
  • WFRY, Ney York
  • WDIS, Boston
  • KMPB, Denver
  • WRHB, Orlando
  • KKUP, San Jose
  • WKYE, Pittsburgh
  • KWLM, Minneapolis
  • KPQ, Seattle
  • WTKF, Greenville
  • WXGM, Norfolk
  • WYAM, Birmingham
  • KWCL, Shreveport
  • KOFM, Oklahoma City
  • KCMN, Colorado Springs
  • The Ozark's Big Talker
  • Glow with the Flow
  • Aging with Grace
  • Voice American Womens' Network
  • My Family My Life Now
  • Jiggy Jaguar
  • Talk Shows USA
  • American Urban Radio Networks
  • Ron Seggi Show
  • Good News
  • Alzheimer's Speaks Radio


Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month
WHEREAS, according to the Alzheimer’s Reading Room, 1,232 Americans are diagnosed daily and 8,634 Americans are diagnosed weekly with Alzheimer’s disease, and by 2050 over 13 million American could have the disease; and WHEREAS, Alzheimer’s disease costs the United States $100 billion per year in diagnosis, extended care, family caregiver illness and lost wages according to the National Institute on Aging; Original copy of the Proclamation

  • Voted #1 in the Best Alzheimer's Blogs 2012-2015
  • The Alzheimer's Reading Room was featured in the New York Times.
  • The Alzheimer's Reading Room has been featured on more than 51 television and radio stations.
  • The Alzheimer's Reading Room is the largest blog of its type (Alzheimer's) on the Internet.
  • The Alzheimer's Reading Room contains more than 5,000 articles in its knowledge base, and has over 401,000 link backs.
  • Articles from the Alzheimer's Reading Room have been syndicated on Reuters, Fox News, the Wall Street Journal, Time Warner, Chicago Sun Times, Houston Chronicle, Livestrong, Cox News, and the Palm Beach Post and a growing number of impotant websites throughout the world.
  • More than 327 news sites, websites, and blogs link to the Alzheimer's Reading Room.
  • The Alzheimer's Reading Room was founded by Bob DeMarco.
  • After caring for his mother, who suffers from Alzheimer's, Bob realized there was a need for high quality information that could be used by Alzheimer’s caregivers to care for their loved one.
  • The Alzheimer's Reading Room has more than 21,715 subscribers.
  • The Alzheimer's Reading Room has grown every single day since January 1, 2010.

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