Meet Richard L. Morgan, PhD

Listening to the needs of caregivers as a facilitator of Alzheimer’s support groups for many years, I became aware that care giving and receiving are opportunities for mutual spiritual growth. Collaborating with gerontologist, Jane Thibault, Ph.D., we wrote, No Act of Love Is Ever Wasted: The Spirituality of Caring for Persons with Dementia. It is our belief…

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Trip to Florida, Part II, An Amazing Author Connection

Originally posted on Fields of Grace:
(This is a four-part series. Click here to read Part I.) Once I made the decision to go to Florida, I felt a magnetic pull through the next several weeks of preparations. Jean Lee of AlzAuthors stayed in touch and shared details about flying, car rentals, the weather in…

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Meet Lynda Everman, editor of “Seasons of Caregiving: Meditations for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregivers”

  By Lynda Everman “To all of you, I repeat: Do not let yourselves be robbed of hope! Do not let yourselves be robbed of hope! And not only that, but I say to us all: let us not rob others of hope, let us become bearers of hope!” – Pope Francis I really can’t…

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National Caregiver Appreciation Month eBook Sale & Giveaway November 15-21

November is National Caregiver Appreciation Month, a time to recognize the long hours, sacrifice, and love all caregivers bring to the task of caring for a loved one with dementia or any long-term illness. In honor of their efforts, AlzAuthors is hosting an eBook sale and giveaway! This is a terrific way for caregivers who are…

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“The Beach Poems” by Ann Campanella

Expressing the Inexpressible through Poetry By Ann Campanella When I was in my early thirties, my mother began showing signs of Alzheimer’s. She was 41 when I was born, so I suppose it shouldn’t have been a shock to see her aging in this way. But it was.

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