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When one is a full time caregiver in an acute situation… It’s not important if the forks are all in the right drawer slot. Some spoons spill over. It’s not critical to recycle or use everything efficiently. If there’s one … Continue reading
https://alzauthors.wordpress.com/2016/06/03/solid-ground/ Thank you Vicki Tapia for sharing my book. Click above to see all authors on this team for the month of June – Brain Awareness Month – and beyond. Tryn Rose Seley, Author, “15 Minutes of Fame: Empowering Caregivers of … Continue reading
Music is part of everyone’s lives. When I did regular school tours at the Musical Instrument Museum, I’d ask “Who plays a musical instrument?” Many hands went up; violin, guitar, piano, my dad plays drums!…” And then I’d ask “Who … Continue reading
http://wp.me/pZp4Q-Eq Click on the link above to get a sneak peek at my chapter in Deborah Shouse’s new book. Thank you Deborah for the honor of sharing Alzheimer’s caregiving strategies with your readers. Tryn Rose Seley Author, 15 Minutes of … Continue reading
I’m honored to share some advice from my experience with you, and with Seniorly’s readers. Click on the purple link below and read on. Tryn Rose Seley, Author, “15 Minutes of Fame: One Photo Does Wonders To Bring You Both … Continue reading
As the new year unfolds, I am committed to promoting music, storytelling, and art-creating as “the cure” for Alzheimer’s and other dementias. It’s the path I have chosen to walk. This path bears fruit for the ones I care for, … Continue reading