Tag Archives: Sundowning

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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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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eBook: 15 Minutes of Fame: One Photo Does Wonders

                  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 … Continue reading

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Sundowning

What is Sundowning? If you have heard someone say, “They’re a sundowner,”or talk about “sundowner syndrome,” this means the person with dementia is prone to a state of stress that can come over them, often in the early afternoon or … Continue reading

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