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Alzheimer’s: Through my Mother’s Eyes

Alzheimer's: Through my Mother's Eyes.

About Suzette Brown

My book FEATURED - a "must read" - in the Daily Press newspaper. Suzette Brown highlighted as "local author" -- May 27, 2014. Author of book/memoir - "Alzheimer's Through My Mother's Eyes" - publishing name: Suzette Brown. My real and raw journey of being a caregiver to my Mother for five years. It is available on e-readers, Amazon, Goodreads, Nook, Kindle, etc., as well as soft cover edition on I am very proud of my story - and would be honored for your read and feedback. I hope to change and help lives of caregivers..... Happily married for 30 years to my hubby and best friend - mother of grown 28 year old son, happy with my life - and content. Proud "human" of a Therapy Dog International---we visit Convalescent Centers, Retirement Homes, Assisted Livings, Adult Day Cares, and hospitals. She is an amazing dog - and brings joy and compassion to sick, bedridden, and retired patients. I am so proud of her...... Now, let me hear about YOU .....

6 responses »

  1. hwbrycewrites

    Hello Suzette,
    I found you through a series of references via LinkedIn. You are covering my subject. And covering it well. I have written a book and a half full of poetry on the subject, about my wife’s journey and my experience as a caregiver. I’d love to hear from you. Exchange thoughts.

  2. I have been a nurse for 44years ,this is a must read for everyone. No one knows when something awful will happen to your love one. I know, it happened to me. This book is about being there, getting through it and trying to pick up the pieces in the end. Tears ran down my face as I read your book finally some one feels my pain. Thank you S. Brown for this book. It was written from the heart in real terms…..thank you


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