December 30, 2017

Survival Secrets for Navigating Alzheimer’s

 

by Lisa Gal

Carolyn Cranwell, author of Navigating Alzheimer’s, wants to help inspire, empower and give hope to as many people as possible who are affected directly or indirectly by Alzheimer’s. To some, her book might seem an unusual topic to include in the Award gift bags but what she has found is that everywhere she goes she meets people who have someone in their family or circle of friends, whether it be grandparents, parents, aunties, uncles, nieces or nephews that have been touched by Alzheimer’s. There are currently an estimated 50 million people worldwide living with dementia. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia. Alzheimer’s Disease International anticipates this number will almost double every 20 years, reaching 74.7 million in 2030 and 131.50 million in 2050. Long term care giving can be extremely painful. Commonly people feel: overwhelmed, lonely, stressed, exhausted, unappreciated, insignificant, invisible and even depressed. Discover a caregiver’s unique approach to finding COURAGE, HOPE, INNER STRENGTH, LONG TERM RESILIENCE, HAPPINESS, FULFILLMENT AND PEACE, in “NAVIGATING ALZHEIMER’S – Survival Secrets of a Long Term Carer” by Carolyn Cranwell at www.Navigating-Alzheimers.com and www.facebook.com/ccnavigatingalzheimers/. We are happy to include Carolyn’s book in our Hollywood Swag Bags honoring the Golden Globe nominees staying at the Four Seasons Hotel for the award show weekend next month.

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