You treat a disease: you win, you lose. You treat a person, I guarantee you win – no matter the outcome. ~Dr. Hunter “Patch” Adams
This guide empowers you to know what to do for a family member or friend living with Alzheimer’s or a related dementia through photos, songs, and stories.
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Take care, and stay in touch,
Tryn Rose Seley,Author, 15 Minutes of Fame: One Photo Does Wonders To Bring You Both Back to Solid Ground at www.caregiverheart.com
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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.
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!
Go Tryn go! You are a gift to the world of Alzheimers.
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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.