State of Health

Feature Story Emily Miller, Crime Victims Legal Assistance Project managing attorney.
Feature Story Grand Haven resident Lesa Jordan with Sheyenne Cole, a counselor in Senior Resources of West Michigan's Behavioral Health at Home program.
Feature Story A Livability Lab meeting.
Feature Story College student and former migrant worker Dilayla Martinez with Migrant Legal Aid attorney Molly Spaak.
Feature Story Actors Carol Sizer and Bill Klein rehearse "Memory of a Dance," a play about dementia commissioned by the Southwest Michigan-based Region IV Area Agency on Aging to spread community awareness of the experiences of people living with dementia.

PODCAST: Building more dementia-friendly communities

Feature Story Dr. Hank Paulson is a neurologist at University of Michigan Health and director of the Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Center.
Feature Story Since being diagnosed with dementia, Monica Downer (center, being interviewed) has become an activist for awareness of her disease.

PODCAST: Dementia disparities in communities of color

Feature Story Students run a farm stand as part of Partridge Creek Farm's farm to school program in Ishpeming.

Michigan programs empower kids to be community health leaders

Feature Story Cyndy Hund, pictured here with her husband Mike, quit her job due to her dementia symptoms – but it still took her another four years to get a diagnosis.
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PODCAST: Dementia is not a death sentence

Feature Story Dr. Cathrine Frank is one of the co-creators of a new initiative to screen, assess, and treat patients for suicide risk.
Feature Story Dr. Tolulope Sonuyi, director of Detroit Life Is Valuable Everyday (DLIVE), and Juanita Houston, DLIVE's lead healthy minds coach.
Feature Story Caregiver Incentive Project (CIP) founder Eric Paad and CIP spokesperson Dorothy Paad.
Feature Story Employees at Brody's Be Cafe in Ada, which employs people living with disabilities.