Meet Paul M. Hornback, author of “God Still Remembers Me”

godstillremembersmecoverBy Paul M. Hornback

GOD STILL REMEMBERS ME

I’ve been living with early onset Alzheimer’s disease for over seven years. Soon after my diagnosis, God kindled within me a deep desire to do something positive for people who were struggling with this disease. I wanted to help them maintain their faith as they face the challenges of living with early to mid-stage dementia. Continue reading “Meet Paul M. Hornback, author of “God Still Remembers Me””

Meet Poet Tracey Shorthouse

By Tracey Shorthouse

I am still me bookWhen I was first diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s Disease and Posterior Cortical Atrophy in 2015, I wanted something to focus on. All my life I have helped others through being a nurse, and I still wanted to do that. Continue reading “Meet Poet Tracey Shorthouse”

Meet Celia Koudele, author of “The Little Book for Alzheimer’s Caregivers”

the-little-book-for-alzheimers-caregivers_coverBy Celia Koudele

The Little Book for Alzheimer’s Caregivers

This book was my legacy for the next generation, putting in writing as much as I could about my experience helping caregivers of dementia patients. Continue reading “Meet Celia Koudele, author of “The Little Book for Alzheimer’s Caregivers””

Karen Kaplan is Back with a Sci-Fi Dementia Novel

By Karen B. Kaplan

Curiosity Seekers coverPerhaps it is not often that you come across science fiction that is (1) gentle and not full of weapons and nasty robots, and (2) includes a character who is one of the first with dementia to get cured of the disease. There are so many other aspects of reality to ponder, such as how robots might help or hinder grievers, it is a wonder that science fiction writers have not provided more material on such things. Continue reading “Karen Kaplan is Back with a Sci-Fi Dementia Novel”

Welcome, Rebecca Thesman, author of “Sometimes They Forget”

sometimes-they-forgetBy RJ Thesman

How a Long-Distance Caregiver Learns to Cope

When the memory thief first visited our family, we didn’t think much about it. Mom was, after all, fully capable of caring for herself and she was in good health. Continue reading “Welcome, Rebecca Thesman, author of “Sometimes They Forget””

Meet Cynthia Hamilton, author of “Finding Ruth”

findingruthcoverBy 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 her life had been like, with many gaps. Continue reading “Meet Cynthia Hamilton, author of “Finding Ruth””

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

IWNF Cover Original 300By 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. Continue reading “Meet Elaine Pereira, author of “I Will Never Forget””