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Facts about Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is one form of dementia. It is a growing concern today because 5.3 million Americans have been diagnosed with the disease and those numbers are expected to increase with the first wave of the Baby Boomer generation just turning 65. Part of the problem is that we are living longer and the chance of developing Alzheimer's increases with age...

Caregiving can be Fun

Caregivers often discover that their original desire to serve their loved one has been greatly diminished after multiple trips to the hospital in the middle of the night, extra bills to pay, doctors to call, and hearing their loved one say that their caregiver doesn’t do enough for them. If that's you, here are some things you need to do to add FUN to your caregiving responsibilities...

Avoid Pity Parties

When we are going through severe trials, such as the loss of a loved one, divorce, or the loss of a job, we can fall prey to the self-pity party that is often generated by our well-meaning friends. "Oh, you poor thing," "You're too nice a person to have to go through this," and some will even cast doubt on God with such phrases as, "Why would God do such a thing?"  Careful, you may be on the brink of the bottomless pit call, "pity"...

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Did You Know?


Music therapy can help lower blood pressure, increase healing, reduce anxiety and even help Alzheimer's patients recall bits and pieces of their memory.

Try introducing various music selections in your caregiving journey.  Complete lists of music, movies and activities to help aging patients can be found in my book, Caregiving 101.



About Donna


Donna M. Trickett is a teacher, presenter, researcher, and author of three books, Inside Mom’s Mind, Treasures from the Wreckage, and Caregiving 101.

Thirty years after the death of their five-year-old daughter, Kimberly, and Donna’s two-month stay in the hospital, Donna chose to write Treasures from the Wreckage.  This gripping, compassionate story of the hurt, confusion and hope slowly evolving from the wreckage will inspire you.  There is also a summary chapter of the 11 treasures that she discovered and a biblically-based study guide included.

In a compassionate account of her mother’s eight year journey through Alzheimer’s, Donna gives an honest account of the ups and downs of the disease and the inspiring moments that she and her family shared together with her mother in her true story, Inside Mom's Mind.

Donna and her husband Nelson are presently working together out of Columbus, Ohio to help other caregivers and the bereaved through their books, including the latest Caregiving 101 and workshops.

All 3 books come in paperback, hardcover, and eBook format

...and are available on Xlibris, Amazon,

and Barnes and Noble websites.

Helpful Books



Caregiving 101

1001 easy-to-understand bits of vital information


Inside Mom’s Mind

Travel into the thoughts of an Alzheimer’s patient and find over 100 ideas to make your journey more pleasant.

Inside Mom's Mind

Treasures from the Wreckage

An inspiring true story that will help you find hope in your trials

.Treasures From the Wreckage



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