Big Blend Radio, online

The interview by Lisa D. Smith, with Trish Laub, about Comfort in their Journey can be heard on the following: BlogTalkRadio, Spreaker, Soundcloud, YouTube, and Facebook.

Read about Comfort in their Journey in Big Blend e-News.


Alzheimer’s Speaks, online blog

A Shift in Perspective: Different, Not Less, guest blog article written by Trish Laub

“I had the great clarity that my dad was still my dad, that he might be different, but not less. He was not a disease, and Alzheimer’s was not his identity. I would work to keep his life as close to the way he would have lived without the disease.”


Well Spouse® Association, Mainstay October/November newsletter

Comfort in their Journey, book series review by Terri Corcoran

“The three volumes which comprise the Comfort in Their Journey series are somewhat of an encyclopedia of caregiving.”

Click to download Comfort in their Journey book series review.


Being Patient, Voice, an online publication

The Road to No Regrets, guest story written by Trish Laub

"My family believed that not dying is not the same as living, as there must be meaning for there to be life. It was our objective to maintain my dad’s quality of life as opposed to its longevity."

Click to download Being Patient article.


InDenver Times, an online publication

Language Sensitivity Helps Stifle Stigma, guest news article written by Trish Laub

"With awareness and a shift in our language to be accurate, sensitive, and love causing, we can lead by example and change the view of someone living with Alzheimer’s from one of living in the shadows of darkness and shame, to one of emerging with limitless possibilities for continuing a meaningful life."


Colorado and Company, KUSA-TV, 9News (NBC) in Denver


VoyageDenver, an online publication

Meet Trish Laub of Comfort in their Journey

“I knew that what my family did to care for both of my parents while in crises was an act of deep love and a desperate effort to survive the physical and emotional toll. I also knew that I amassed an abundance of knowledge from it and could help others go through the process thriving instead of surviving.”

This interview allowed me to share my journey from care manager and caregiver for my parents to the creation of Comfort in their Journey. Click below to read the entire interview.


Colorado and Company, KUSA-TV, 9News (NBC) in Denver

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Senior News 50 and Better, Publication

Help from the Heart for Alzheimer’s Patients and Caregivers, feature article by Dawn Williams, Senior News Associate Publisher

“People are reticent to plan for their end of life, as the process is highly personal and requires us to face our inevitable mortality, triggering fear and negativity,” Trish said. “When end-of-life planning is viewed as being as much for those who care for you and help you live your remaining days as you choose, it becomes a great gift. It provides a roadmap for them to follow and assists with a smooth transition for everyone, removing the stress of having to guess at your wishes.

“In addition, identifying your end-of-life wishes before medical crisis or end of life is imminent, allows for decisions to be made calmly, rationally and without fear. Discussing the plan with your loved ones removes the fear and anxiety for them of not knowing your wishes and can start an open conversation. It is a gift of peace of mind for everyone.”


In Touch, online publication for the member practitioners of the Feldenkrais Guild of North America

How Feldenkrais® Teachers Can Help People With Alzheimer's Disease (video interview: 9:05)

MaryBeth Smith sat down with Trish Laub, author of three practical resource books about dignified end-of-life care, including "A Most Meaningful Life: My Dad and Alzheimer's." Well familiar with the Feldenkrais Method® of somatic education (her daughter, a ballet dancer, worked with Mme Peff Modelski and MaryBeth Smith to recover successfully from injuries via the Method), she has a keen appreciation for the quality of attention a Feldenkrais Practitioner can provide in their interactions with clients who live with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia.