Who Are You? (Surviving Dementia, From One Caregiver To Another)

Caring for someone with dementia means you find yourself with more questions than answers. I've been on my caregiving journey for 12 years and want to provide a concise resource for caregivers. The tips, techniques and advise within will help in your caregiving journey while keeping your sanity. When writing this I asked myself, "What would I have wanted someone to tell me 12 years ago?" More

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About Jen Leinweber

About me ... isn't that always the biggest question! How to sum up the vastness of who you are in a few words. Well, here's my attempt - enjoy!

I'm the oldest of four children. My siblings and I are quite close. I grew up in a small town but not too far from a major metropolis. I've travelled and seen quite a bit of the world. I'd like to see more. I enjoy an eclectic selection of music, from classical to modern top 40. I can't stand house, or twangy country. I enjoy a good cup of coffee, especially first thing in the morning. I read - constantly. I started putting letters together into words at the age of five and don't think I've been without an active book ever since.

I love my family. I honor and respect all veterans and current servicemen and servicewomen.

I am passionate about elder care. I love what I do and being able to make a difference in their lives. If I could have one wish it would be to help others catch my passion for caring for seniors.

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