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Walking the Journey of Alzheimer’s Disease

with Mom


Unabashed, unedited, ripped from Susan Wingate's blog, THE DEMENTIA CHRONICLES is a memoir of the time Susan Wingate's mother lived with them, an eighteen-month period during her final stages of Alzheimer's Disease.

"The Dementia Chronicles" blog series depicts, in each of twenty-six installments, tender mercies, heartache, trials, and a fight to sustain her mother's life.

Available in paperback and eBook


Praise for The Dementia Chronicles

“You’re not alone Susan. I was inspired and encouraged by your story.” LR Styles, Author

“Thank you so much for the note and your memory of my mom.” Lois Mushro LeBarre

“My mom also had Alzheimer’s that lasted nine years. Actually, if she had not fallen and broken her hip, I feel that she would have lived to be 100. I managed her care long distance for those nine years, traveling from Georgia to Virginia every month to check on her and the caregivers, replenish everything in the house, etc. I had made her a promise that I would keep her in her home until she died if at all possible and I was able to do that. Oh, how very hard it was. I intend to read everything you have written about your journey. My mom has been gone for nine years but it is still hard. Thank you for sharing your story.” Billie Hobbs, Editor

By Susan Wingate
Roberts Press: December 26, 2018
$7.99/174 pages

ISBN-10 : 1792744994

ISBN-13 : 978-1792744990

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