Alzheimer’s disease can’t be reversed, slowed or cured but that’s not stopping one woman from using a unique approach to reach people suffering from this disease. See how she uses writing to the patients dignity, joy and a creative outlet.
Rock and roll legend Roger McGuinn looks back on his 50-year career in music. Plus, meet a woman who’s successfully reinvented herself over and over again.
The world’s tallest freestanding mountain is no match for Growing Bolder and a team of determined team of cancer survivors.
John Gabriel is one of the sharpest minds in the game of basketball and now the long-time NBA executive is facing down a new opponent — Parkinson’s disease. He shares his gameplan for fighting back.
Growing Bolder’s Wendy Chioji is facing a new cancer challenge but she still has mountains to climb — one of the world’s largest mountains. She shares her big plans for 2014.
Overcoming a stroke inspires Secily Wilson to use her voice to say “no.” Plus, acrobat Kay Glynn is 60 but she’s still soaring, and Growing Bolder’s Wendy Chioji braces herself for her new battle against an old enemy: cancer.
Central Florida’s most fashionable philanthropist says Orlando can do better. Plus, a triathlete trucker gets fit for the long haul and is working hard to change the usual fate of his fellow truckers.
Triathlete Hunter Kemper is racing toward his record-breaking fifth Olympics. Plus, meet a young girl on a mission to end child slavery around the world, and we catch up with the nun on the run.
In this issue, meet Orlando’s Ambassador of Love, and see why some words from Andy Warhol sent her to pursue her passions. Plus, 5 Questions With Bob Kealing and meet Kid President, an inspiring example of how attitude is more important than age.
Is he the most interesting man in the world? See what Stephen Jepson says about his prescription for play. Plus, news anchor Lauren Rowe shares her secrets for balancing a busy life and meet a woman who is making a difference, one paddle at a time.