eBook: 15 Minutes of Fame: One Photo Does Wonders

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I am very excited to share “15 Minutes of Fame” with you. It’s a guide that empowers you to know what to do for a family member or friend with Alzheimer’s or a related dementia.

You can download the PDF, which is viewable on any computer or device, by clicking the above “Add to Cart” button. For those of you who prefer Amazon Kindle versions, Click Here.

These strategies work for me, and I look forward to hearing how these strategies work for you. Please share them at: care@caregiverheart.com

About Tryn Rose

I want to lighten the step of those on the journey with Alzheimer's. From a decade of caregiving, and a lifetime of appreciating the human experience, the strategies I learned helped me, and I hope they will help you. I'm a musician, photographer, gardener, and author of "Extraordinary Days".
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6 Responses to eBook: 15 Minutes of Fame: One Photo Does Wonders

  1. peg willard says:

    Looking forward to this book. Am so grateful to the internet and email for the support I get here, and I count myself as one of the lucky caregivers…we have long term care insurance, my husband is mostly amiable, and I have good support from friends, relatives, church members, too. But books of this type are always a fresh reminder of how I can be more empathetic, more helpful, less stressed in being with my husband. Thank you, Tryn Rose.

  2. This book is an easy read and a huge inspiration for caregivers. The ideas are simple and do-able. I certainly wish I’d had it 11 years ago!

  3. Amelia says:

    Go Tryn go! You are a gift to the world of Alzheimers.

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  6. Susan says:

    Your simple book about how to help communicate with loved ones with dementia is inspirational. It’s true you just have to take the first step. I dug up articles my mom wrote for the local paper and put them out so caregivers would have some references about her life and ways to share with her. I have been working long hours, but recently left that job, so now I can spend a little more time with her. I appreciate the helpful direction you have provided in trying to engage my mom, who has lost most of her cognitive communication skills.
    Thanks.

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