Meet Cynthia Hamilton, author of “Finding Ruth”

By Cynthia Hamilton It took a life-altering crisis to make me realize that despite having known my mom for 50+ years, I didn’t know who she was as a person in her own right. I had firsthand knowledge of many of her trials and heartaches, but that only gave me a one-sided view of what…

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Meet Elaine Pereira, author of “I Will Never Forget”

By Elaine Pereira, MA OTR/L CDC DP My mother’s was a story that needed to be told.  She was a kind, brilliant and talented woman all of my life until dementia took hold distorting her persona and leaving an agitated, bewildered and compromised person in its wake.

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Meet Pippa Kelly, author of “Invisible Ink”

By Pippa Kelly Before signing off the final proofs of my debut novel I read the manuscript for the first time in over a year and realised that it was not just laced, but saturated, with guilt. Invisible Ink tells the story of Max Rivers, a young London lawyer who seems to have it all:…

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Meet Rachael Wonderlin, author of “When Someone You Know Is Living in a Dementia Care Community”

By Rachael Wonderlin I started my blog, Dementia By Day, three years ago. I had no idea, then, that it would become such a huge part of my life. At the time, I was working for Brookdale Senior Living in North Carolina. I had just finished my Master’s degree in Gerontology at UNC Greensboro, and…

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