Category: Jim’s Notes

Vicki Receives Communications Award

Today in New Orleans, at the Catholic Media Convention, Vicki Wells Bedard received the 2010 President’s Medallion, the highest award presented to a member of the Catholic Academy of Communication Arts Professionals. I was honored to be there with Vicki when she received the award, and wanted to share this audio recording of the award …

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A Friend’s Thoughts about Vicki and Her Voice

Most of the posts here on the main page of Vicki’s Voice are written by Vicki herself. Once in a while, though, I jump in to share something about Vicki that helps tell her story, helping you know Vicki better. As Vicki and I have each written earlier, the main reason for starting this blog …

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Starting a Blog

Some people have asked me about starting a blog, so I’ve begun my response by writing a post on the “Jim’s Blog” section of this site. Just click on the tab at the top of the page. More thoughts will be coming. Jim Coyle

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Jim’s Blog

I’ve started a new blog as a page on Vicki’s Voice to share some of my thoughts and experiences of knowing Vicki and supporting her on her journey with dementia. I wanted to post a short note letting you know about this new blog, and I’ll be telling you more in the weeks to come. …

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Facebook: Changes, Accessibility, Service?

I posted this on Facebook today, and Vicki suggested I add it to her blog. It’s an issue I’m concerned about, especially since since online social media such as Facebook provide important ways for people affected by dementias and other diseases to connect with other persons who share similar conditions. I’ve also seen that social media can …

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