Praise for It’s Not That Simple: Helping Families Navigate the Alzheimer’s Journey

My sister and I began this journey with our mother three years ago.  It lays out precisely the steps and conversations needed to make the journey less painful.  I particularly cherished Chapter 7’s discussion of emotions, which has been difficult for me.  I learned some valuable trick and tips.  As we continue our journey with mom and Alzheimers, I will be pulling this book out of my back pocket often.”  ~Janelle Lowey, daughter and caregiver for a mom with Alzheimer’s Disease

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It's Not That Simple: Helping Families Navigate the Alzheimer's Journey
My Mother’s Alzheimer’s Story
It was December 2000 when I first noticed behavior changes with Mom. This included anxiety where there didn’t use to be any and forgetfulness (which I wrote off to age). There was disorientation and confusion about where we were or why we were there. Mom and I were very close. We talked most every day, sometimes for an hour or two. I sensed an acceleration of her symptoms and long story short, I packed up my parents and moved them to Phoenix, AZ. The good news is that the change actually seemed to give them both a new lease life. We were in a holding pattern – the symptoms didn’t get worse. Then, in 2002, that all changed…



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