“Eva Monroe is returning from a three-week business trip, one in which she left her five-year-old son in the care of her estranged ex-husband when the plane that’s taking her home crashes.”
“This is the story of Carolyn’s mother, her dementia, and how they navigated her journey together. Your loved one may not force-feed stuffed animals vanilla pudding or burn their neighbor’s mail as Fay did, but if you’re living through the sad realities of…
“Words From the Heart comes from a place of hurt and trauma. It goes through the journey of processing the trauma, accepting it, and healing. It reflects feelings, situations, and stories”
This book creates possibilities to connect with your loved ones with Alzheimer’s Disorder in creative and fun ways.
Betsy and Lillian touched on different topics and one was a discussion on how it is important to make time to spend together as a couple, the importance of self-care, and discussing her grieving, mental health, and background. You do not want to miss this…
“This shift in focus changes the caregiving model, from treating symptoms to helping the person—the whole person. We move from understanding dementia as a disease requiring medical and pharmacological treatment…to concentrating our attention on the very individual needs and experiences of the people…
This is a 4 day event packed with information. There are trained Grief Coaches and many Workshops at this Global Conference.
“A novel written as a sharp parable of American society, addressing love, purpose, discrimination, and poverty”.
What would that even mean anymore, after decades of being half of a loving, committed couple who’d built a life together? She was about to find out!.
“Meghan has met one of life’s most difficult challenges, the loss of a child, with courage and unblinking commitment to reality, acceptance, and transformation”