Meet Margo Rose, author of “Body Aware Grieving”

The Last Christmas Present By Margo Rose The first client with advanced Alzheimer’s who I worked with as a fitness trainer was named Gwen. When I met her, she was 92 years old and had already lived for five years in the dementia section of an assisted care facility.

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Meet H.A. Robinson, author of “The Pebble Jar”

By H.A. Robinson When I sat down to write The Pebble Jar around this time last year, I had no idea of the personal journey the book would take me on. In March of 2016, my little Nana passed away at the age of ninety-one after a long and painful battle with Alzheimer’s. By the…

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Welcome Sisters Susan Kiser Scarff & Ann Kiser Zultner, Authors of Dementia: The Journey Ahead

By Susan Kiser Scarff Within a year of my husband receiving his dementia diagnosis, I had a classic case of caregiver burnout. I couldn’t concentrate at work and most of my time was taken up with worrying about my husband’s uncharacteristic and impulsive behavior. I was petrified and intimidated about the future…overwhelmed with basic day-to-day…

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Meet Bryan Wiggins, author of “Autumn Imago”

By Bryan Wiggins No one I know has Alzheimer’s disease. My parents have entered their eighties with their sharp minds intact. Only one of my four grandparents suffered any kind of dementia, and Granny’s wasn’t that severe. So when I forget a name, lose my car keys, or question what the heck I’m doing standing…

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“Meet Me Where I am – An Alzheimer’s Care Guide” by Mary Ann Drummond

By: Mary Ann Drummond, RN When I was a young girl I dreamed I would grow up and become a nurse.  I seldom left home without my nurse’s kit filled with band-aids, cotton balls, and gum drop pills just in case my services were needed.  It seemed so simple in those days to comfort and…

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