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“Deneale’s book BUZZ” Check it out !

Flower, "reading" her Mom's book.

Flower, “reading” her Mom’s book.

http://denealesbookbuzz.blogspot.com/2014/11/alzheimer-through-my-mother-eyes-by.html?spref=tw

So honored for the great write up ! Get a hint of my story and journals.
Working full-time, a teenaged son, hard working husband and household to run…..
Mom grew to be my top concern and I was there to speak for her, care for and protect her. I learned about many elder care issues. Driving, living alone, assisted living facilities, convalescent centers, elder attorneys, DPOA, Medical paperwork, and most importantly what I “COULD” and “SHOULD” have done.
Compassion, fierce determination and defensiveness, patience, love, rage, determination and frustration.
I would do it all again.
I miss you Mom.

SUZ

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Support and encourage Caregivers…..or become one.

Support and encourage Caregivers…..or become one..

“Elder Care: Don’t Steal Mom’s Identity”…..the ITRC

"Elder Care: Don't Steal Mom's Identity"…..the ITRC.

BOOK Review – Susan Barton (ebookreviewgal)

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BOOK Review – Susan Barton (ebookreviewgal).

“Alzheimer’s Through My Mother’s Eyes” – on “Plaid Radio” !!

"Alzheimer's Through My Mother's Eyes" – on "Plaid Radio" !!.

5* Book Review – “Hit the Nail on the Head”

5* Book Review – "Hit the Nail on the Head".

5* Book Review – “Hit the Nail on the Head”

5* Book Review – “Hit the Nail on the Head”

New 5* review that is eloquently written with beautifully relayed sentiment. Refreshing expression – of an often misunderstood responsibility.

“That said, I would recommend this book not only to caregivers but also to those who support or criticize the role of a caregiver in their family”. The reviewer goes on to say – many instances that only caregivers can relate to….”

“The book is instructive, and it hit on most of the highs and lows I experienced. It’s all too easy to give instruction to caregivers when you’re not one, and it’s even easier to dot every conversation with a caregiver with “helpful hints,” even if the speaker doesn’t have a clue what he or she is talking about…”

Thank you – MJ Plaster.

SUZ