Locals help those with memory loss

It was seven years ago, at age 50, that Middlebury resident Pamela Smith found herself having what she described as “life-interfering memory loss.”

Smith is Alzheimer’s advocate of the year

The Alzheimer’s Association Vermont Chapter has named Middlebury resident Pamela Smith as 2023 Advocate of the Year.

See a local film on how it feels to have Alzheimer’s

Learn about the disease in a documentary film by a local woman who knows first hand. Plus there will be experts and caregivers there to lead a discussion.

Letter to the editor: No shame in Alzheimer’s diagnosis

I have Early Onset Alzheimer’s and I’m tired of hiding it. I was diagnosed at 53 after two years of telling my primary care provider and my loved ones that something was wrong with my memory. Eventually I had a meltdown in my office after taking four hour … (read more)

Pamela Smith shows new works at Northern Daughters

Northern Daughters presents “Internal Flight,” a solo exhibit of new work from Pamela Smith. The exhibition is on view by appointment at the gallery’s 221 Main Street location in Vergennes through Nov. 15. NoDa also offers multi-faceted digital tours so y … (read more)