Alzheimer's Transformed

No one can dismiss the devastating effects of Alzheimer's--yet Barbara Erakko finds herself inexplicably surprised by beauty and hope. Her mother leaves tantalizing clues that, while her mind is deteriorating, her spirit remains strong, healthy, and resilient. Indeed, it seems her mother is slowly being transformed from body to spirit as Barbara watches, awestruck. More

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About Barbara Erakko

Award-winning columnist for two newspapers and author, Barbara Erakko (also writing under Barbara Erakko Taylor) focuses on life-altering issues. She delves into the history of electric cars, explores the depths of silence in her personal life, and shares her unorthodox way of communicating with her mother in the advanced stages of Alzheimer's. Her writing has consistently garnered outstanding reviews in mainstream magazines, and excerpts have appeared in Utne, and Yoga Journal, among other publications.

The Lost Cord: A Storyteller's History of the Electric Car (Greyden)
Silence: Making the Journey to Inner Quiet (Innisfree Press)
Silent Dwellers: Embracing the Solitary Life (Continuum)
Elsie at Ebb Tide: Emerging from the Undertow of Alzheimer's (CreateSpace)

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