All posts by Kenneth Capron

Kenneth Capron

About Kenneth Capron

Ken Capron comes from a medical background. His Dad was Maine’s 3rd radiologist. His Mom a Mass General nurse. His sister a Physical Therapist in Maryland. His oldest sister was a Resident Manager of a senior housing facility in Maryland. Ken himself was trained as a CPA with a focus on non-profits and healthcare. He worked as Controller at Wentworth-Douglas in Dover and then six years as Director of Accounting at Maine Med. Ken likes to say he’s had 16 different careers – from Real Estate Broker to hobby store owner. Ken also is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. In 2013, Ken founded MemoryWorks to provide support to people with dementia, their caregivers and all the providers that care for PWD.

Lessons from the Oldest Old: The 90+ Study

By Dana Greenia, R.N.M.S. Co-investigator, UC-Irvine. One of the most significant studies of seniors and aging and dementia of the past century, the 90+ Study offers us some of the secrets of living longer. The 90+ Study has some shocking revelations about dementia too. This event is FREE and open to the public. The presentation […]

Losing Control of One’s Own Life

An interesting Blog from the Mayo Clinic this week puts the issue of control squarely on the table. “What stresses many of us on a daily basis is the battle for control. Persons living with dementia are no exception. Yet, think of how many times those living with dementia are told what they can and […]

U.K. Way Ahead in Dementia Awareness

I get tons of email about dementia everyday. I signed up for it though. Much of it comes from those folks across the ocean in England. For some reason which I have yet to discover, they seem to be so far ahead of the U.S. when it comes to providing care and information to patients with […]