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Meet Jane Mullins, author of “Finding the Light in Dementia, a Guide for Families, Friends and Caregivers”

By Jane Mullins Ph.D., from Cardiff, U.K. I am a nurse who has worked with people who have dementia for over 25 years. This has included nursing in a care home where I have helped support people during their transition from home. This has included finding out about their life stories and getting to know…

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Meet Susan Soesbe author of “Bringing Mom Home: How Two Sisters Moved Their Mother Out of Assisted Living to Care For Her Under One Amazingly Large Roof”

By Susan Soesbe How do you write an honest story about a real-life tragedy without being so tedious and somber that nobody wants to read it? This was my challenge in writing Bringing Mom Home: How Two Sisters Moved Their Mother Out of Assisted Living to Care For Her Under One Amazingly Large Roof. When…

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Meet blogger Terri Anderson, “TheCareGiversDepot”

Sometimes The Caregiving Journey Chooses You By Terri Anderson There are several ways where people find themselves as a caregiver. Some by choice, some not. I didn’t choose the caregiving life. It chose me, but God doesn’t give you anything you can’t handle. I thought to myself that I wasn’t up to the challenge, but…

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Meet Frank Morelli, author of “No Sad Songs,” a Young Adult Novel

By Frank Morelli The concept for No Sad Songs had been building since my high school years. Back then, I was living a pretty charmed life. I went to school, played sports, and lived on a nice, suburban street. My life was about as “normal” as any teenage life could be. Then we started noticing…

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Meet blogger and author, Heidi Hess Saxton

By Heidi Hess Saxton When the Unthinkable Becomes Inevitable: The Awful Dawn of Dementia Up to this point in my life, most of my blogging has been for parents of adopted, foster, or special needs children. Back in 2002, when my husband and I first became foster parents (and later adoptive parents), we really had…

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Meet Author & Blogger Lisa Hirsch and Her New Release “Letter to My Mom”

By Lisa Hirsch My mom has had Alzheimer’s disease for 14 long years. Out of her suffering from this disease not only was my love for her transformed, she also became my hero. My love and compassion for her inspired me to share our journey. What is amazing was that as a teenager I always…

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AlzAuthors’ Books on Sale in Honor of World Alzheimer’s Books!

AlzAuthors’ Books on Sale in Honor of World Alzheimer’s Month  During the week of September 15 – 22, 2018, over 25 AlzAuthors’ books are on sale in honor of World Alzheimer’s Month.  A collection of these books, which were donated by our authors, are also on board a dementia-friendly cruise to Alaska. Check out the great…

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AlzAuthors at the Alzheimer’s Association Conference

The Dementia Education Conference in Charlotte hosted by the Alzheimer’s Association-Western Carolina Chapter was a huge success! Enjoy the photos below from this special day. Thank you again to all the authors who donated their books. And a huge thanks to the Alzheimer’s Association-Western Carolina Chapter for partnering with us!         Here are…

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Meet Vina Mogg, Alzheimer’s Blogger at “Seaglasslife.com”

By Vina Mogg Not Alone At a caregiver’s conference in Orlando I read a poem I had written during the opening assembly. Three things that happened there marked my writing journey. A Florida State Representative, Mark Pfaford, key advocate for the Florida’s Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative (ADI), a bill that provides services to meet the needs…

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Meet Barbara Ivey, author of the blog, The Perfect Thing

By Barbara Ivey – I never cared for my mother during her Alzheimer’s. My dad considered Mom’s care to be his duty as her husband. To Dad’s credit, he took full command of Mom’s care and served her with honor. Still, from the start, I knew there were ways I could contribute.  My challenge was…

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