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Dementia Resources and Support

Hello Caregivers!   Do you have some additional resources  that should be on this list?  Please forward them to me in the contact form or a quick email at bhuelat211@gmail.com and I will add them to this growing list.  The list below are some of the many resources to support caregiving. Help keep it growing - we are all in this together!

Organizations

 

Caregiver Support

Favorite Books and Suggested Reading Support

  • Huelat, B. and Pochron, S. (2023.) Taming the Chaos of Dementia: A Caregiver's Guide to Interventions that Make a Difference, Rowman and Littlefield.

  • Dennis, B, (2020). Caring for the Spirit of the Family Caregiver, Convent Books.

  • Blight A. (2020). When Caregiving Calls, Rivertown's Books.

  • Koenig Coste, J. (2023) Learning to Speak Alzheimer's. Houghton Miffin Harcourt Publishing Co.

  • Chapman, Gary (2016). Keeping Love Alive As Memories Fade: The Five Love Languages and the Alzheimer's Journey. Northfield Publishing.

  • Basting, Anne. 2020). Creative Care: A Revolutionary Approach to Dementia and Elder Care. Harper One

  • Davis, P. (2021). Floating in the Deep End: How Caregivers Can See Beyond Alzheimer's. Liveright PublishingPublishing Corp.

  • Mace, Nancy and Rabins (2021). The 36-hour Day Johns. Hopkins Press.

  • Zeisel, John, (2009). I'm Still Here. Penguin Group.

  • Lokvig, j. (2016). The Alzheimer's Memory Cafe: How to start and succeed with your own cafe. Endless Circle Press.

  • Clionsky, M. Dementia Prevention: Using Your Head to Save Your Brain. Johns Hopkins University Press.

  • Weiner, H. The Brain Under Siege: Solving the Mystery of Brain Disease, and How Scientists are Following the Clues to a Cure. BenBella Books.

  • Porcaro, C. A Caregiver's Guide to Communication Problems from Brain Injury or Disease. Johns Hopkins University Press.

  • Fenker, R. (2016). Don't Rain on My Parade - Living a Full Life with Alzheimers's and Dementia. Cimarron International LCC.

  • McFadden, S. (2020). Dementia-friendly communities: Why we need them and how we can crete them. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

  • Taylor, R. (2007). Alzheimer's from the Inside Out. Health Professional Press.

  • Decker, R. (2016). Don't Rain on My Parade - Living a Full Life with Alzheimer's and Dementia. Cimarron International LLC.

  • Devi, G. (2017). The Spectrum of Hope: An Optimistic and new approach to Alzheimer's Disease and other Dementias. Workman Publishing.

  • Snyder, L. (2011). Living your Best with Early-stage Alzheimers's: An essential guide. Sunrise River Press.

  • Swaffer, K., (2016). What the Hell Happened to My Brin? Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

  • Power, G. A. (2014). Dementia Beyond the Disease. Health Professional Press.

Testimonials

Dear Barbara,

Thank you so much for coming & sharing some of your wealth of knowledge on Dementia: Symptoms, Trigger & Interventions.


You took an exceedingly complex topic & gave those of us with no medical training or education a non-emotional intro to what Dementia is & is not. From there, you set us on a journey of understanding ways we can prepare for & even sometimes prevent its upsetting behaviors.


I've always found even the idea of Dementia to be a bit scary, but your plain English descriptions & personal stories allowed me to listen & learn & sometimes even laugh with you.


Thank you again,

Cate 

Cate Kinney

Hi Barbara! Thank you again for the wonderful presentation on dementia. It was informative and interesting. You handled the technical difficulties very well! At the meeting afterwards, the ladies agreed it was a timely matter.
Best wishes on the sale of your upcoming book!
May God bless your efforts,

Chris Baughman

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Past Events

Dementia: What Is It? - April 12, 2023

Barbara's recent speaking event.

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