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Coronavirus: Protecting Yourself and Your Loved One

As writers and publishers of books for caregivers, we feel it is important to give our readers information on the latest health crisis. COVID-19, better known as the coronavirus, was declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) on March 11, 2020, after spreading to at least 114 countries and killing more than 4,000 people. The disease spreads mainly through person-to-person contact through respiratory droplets the infected person […]

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Revised! Nutrition for Brain Health: Fighting Dementia

With over 30,000 downloads, Nutrition for Brain Health: Fighting Dementia is one of the most popular titles in our Alzheimer’s Roadmap series. Because of this immense interest, we’ve written a second edition to address information on current trends in nutrition. Nutrition plays a key role in brain health, and proper nutrition can help delay the onset of Alzheimer’s disease or slow the progression of the disease. But what is “proper […]

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Grief and How to Say Goodbye

If you have lost a loved one, then you know how difficult it is at that time to think about anything. It is not just that it’s painful to consider anything practical. It’s also that your grief is too large, too agonizingly present. It crowds out everything else. What complicates the death of a loved one with dementia is that you can begin to feel grief long before your loved […]

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Our Editorial Director On Academia, Leading, and Publishing

Karen Kassel is the Editorial Director for WilliamsTown Communications. Karen has a strong academic background and years of experience in scientific research and writing. Here she talks about how she came to WilliamsTown, why she enjoys the editorial field, and what it means to her to lead a team of talented writers and editors. What is your academic background? I have a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Tabor College (a […]

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Writing an Effective E-Learning Course

Guest post by Sean Dixon When writing scripts for online courses, I look at what I’m writing about as though I’m seeing it for the first time. I need to empty myself of my assumptions about the material, my biases about it, and even my enthusiasm for it. I can’t assume anyone reading a course I write will share those assumptions and biases or that enthusiasm. But more importantly, all of that […]

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