Author Archives: Tryn Rose

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”.

Special Offer: Free Copy of “15 Minutes of Fame: One Photo Does Wonders”

I’m proud to be an AlzAuthor, a wonderful group of men and women who know what you’re going through, and have written books with stories, ideas, and inspiration. If you contact me between November 15-21, 2017, I’ll email you a … Continue reading

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I Get It About Caregiving

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

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The Foot-Up View Just Got Better: Holidays and Alzheimer’s

This picture was taken by my minister friend in PA. He’s had some physical issues at Christmas, but what better way to handle it than this? My sister-in-law called on my birthday, always near Thanksgiving, and shared this thought: she … Continue reading

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15 Minutes of Fame on AlzAuthors

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, 100 strong now! June is Brain Awareness Month. September is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. November is Family Caregiver Month. But every day, AlzAuthors … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Authors Unite

Dear Friends, I’ve been invited to share about my work and book along with a team of authors in June, which is designated as Brain Awareness Month. Every month, and every day, I am glad to share my support and … Continue reading

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Music for Anyone

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

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Music To Our Ears: Interview with Lori La Bey

“Tuesday, a—-fternoon…” This is the song that comes to mind as we have our conversation on Tuesday, April 12th at 2pm EST, 1pm Central, 11am Mountain/Arizona. Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio is internationally known for its online presence as a fantastic resource … Continue reading

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New Book by Deborah Shouse: A Chapter from Tryn Rose Seley

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.   Take care, and stay in touch, … Continue reading

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Finding the Right Assisted Living Situation For A Family Member

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

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Free Book Preview from Amazon Kindle Version

Click on the link below to read a bit of this book. May it inspire you to take it home and make your caregiving path easier today.           https://read.amazon.com/kp/embedasin=B00AZGEL40 &preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_EdaJwb1E675E4 Take care, and stay in touch, … Continue reading

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