Mary Cail has spent the past 15 years bringing her experiences with loss and grief into the study of relationships. In 2009, she founded The All-Weather Friend, an organization dedicated to helping people understand each other during life's most difficult situations. She is the author of Alzheimer's: A Crash Course for Friends and Relatives and Between Jobs: Ten Ways to Help a Friend Who's Unemployed. Her work has been recognized in Virginia, where she lives, and in many national publications. Mary has taught graduate level psychology and served as a program consultant for the University of Virginia's Department of Academic Affairs. For seven years she led patient and caregiver groups for the Alzheimer's Association of Central and Western Virginia. LEARN MORE

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Interview at the 2015 Innovations in Care Workshop:

 
 

2015 Virginia Festival of the Book interview with Jane Foy of WINA, Charlottesville, Virginia:

 
 
 
 

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