Guest Authors

It is incredible to me that I have met only two of these amazing, caring individuals in person. Yet, I feel I know them all.

We are located in both hemispheres of our planet and our common thread has been an association with memory loss. Our experiences, our heartaches, our loneliness and our joyful moments have created a bond among caregivers and authors that we never could have envisioned.

I am grateful to these Guest Authors for their willingness to share, most times expressing personal life moments, so other caregivers will not be afraid or anxious. I am humbled as I learn different perspectives from each one. Thank you all. 🥰

If you have a story you wish to share, one that fits the theme of this website—related to caregivers and caregiving for those with memory loss—please send info on contact page for consideration. Thank you.

Guest Authours, date of post, article title, and care chain role listed below, chronologically reversed.

February 05, 2021
Susan Landeis, former caregiver for mother and then father
“An Unexpected Journey”

October 02, 2020
Ryann Huff, former caregiver for grandfather
Caregiver Poem

September 27, 2020
Gail Gregory, living with early-onset dementia
“Incontinence…Conveniently Forgotten”

September 07, 2020
Andrea René Williams, former caregiver and musician
Maybe I Could Have…”

April 17, 2020
Robby Henes, Caregiver for her mother
“When Am I?”

April 03, 2020
Marianne Sciucco, Long-distance caregiver
“14 Helpful Tips for the Long-Distance Caregiver”

March 18, 2020
Jean Lee, Caregiver for both parents at same time
“Healing, Going Forward from Grief”

November 29, 2019
Kathryn Harrison, Part time caregiver for mother

“Our 5 New Rules for Dementia Caregiving”

August 10, 2019
Carol Craig, Caregiver for spouse
“Beginning Life as a Caregiver”

June 28, 2019
Joule, Personal Service Worker
“We Are All Caregivers”


A REMINDER before you go, blog content and these stories are copyrighted with all rights reserved. Please honour and respect the rights of authours, as you would wish to be respected and honoured.

JAS3 ~jas

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“Guest Authours” 2019 © Judith Allen Shone

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Accepting the Gift of Caregiving is supported by sales of:

Is There Any Ice Cream?
Surviving the Challenges of Caregiving for a Loved One
with Alzheimer’s, Anxiety and COPD. Accepting the Gift of Caregiving, Part One

“Did You Hide the Cookies”
Inecapable Heartaches of Caregiving for My Love with Alzheimer’s, Anxiety, and COPD.
Part Two.

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Appreciation for:
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In Ontario, phone the Alzheimer Society:
Halton 289-837-2310
Hamilton 905-529-7030
Visit: Alzheimer Society Brant, Haldimand Norfolk, Hamilton Halton website
See also Education and Resource Links or more office locations

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