Alzheimer's books, alzheimers, alzheimers book giveaway, alzheimers caregivers, national alzheimers awareness month, national family caregivers month
The contest is closed and our randomly chosen winners are Sandra Collard and Jeffrey Brown (check your inboxes for an email from me!). Thank you to all who entered!
Did you know that November is National Family Caregivers Month as well as National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month?
With that in mind, I’ll be giving away two signed copies of Chicken Soup for the Soul: Living With Alzheimer’s and Other Dementias. I’m blessed to have been a contributor to this compilation of 101 stories that will touch your heart and provide inspiration even during the most challenging moments.
To enter the contest, all you need to do is leave a comment on this post. I’ll draw two winners on Friday, November 11. Contest is open to anyone in the contiguous United States.
Sheryl Golden said:
Bakhus Saba said:
Hi Ann I would love to read the stories in this book. Keep up the great work you are doing Bakhus
Karen Gillis said:
I borrowed this book from the library. It is very inspirational. i would love to have my own copy to share with others.
Caryl Bournique said:
I would enjoy reading this book, and then sharing it with others in our local support group. What a nice thing to do. Thank you.
I am just now starting to have to cope with this, and would welcome the chance to read your book. Thank you for the chance. Have a blessed day!
Sheryl8116 (@Sheryl8116) said:
Amid constant research and reading about Alzheimer’s Disease, inspiring stories would be divine.
I wish there was a cure for Alzheimer’s!!! Also, why doesn’t Medicare cover long-term memory care costs?
Thank you for your blogs. I also wish they would come up with something to help our loved ones. I wish Medicare covered long term care. I just wish there was more support for the caregivers.
Sandra Collard said:
Looking forward to reading this book!
Catherine Bixenman-salesi said:
Hello Ann. Thank you ….for being such a kindhearted Advocate for Our Alzheimer’s Community. You have gone out of you way to reply to my messages…and have provided me with emotional support when I felt lost and alone. You are amazing! Again,,,,,thank you for dedicating you life and use your voice, resources and life experiences to help Eradicate this Dreadful Disease!