A New Name!

 Yes, I changed the name of the blog. Instead of Living with Miracles, it’s now

Alzheimer’s: Hope and Help for Caregivers

While the old title is entirely accurate — Alzheimer’s caregivers can expect to see miracles every day — the new name should make it easier for caregivers to find the hope and help this blog will continue to offer. 

Thanks to all of you who read and share the information in Alzheimer’s: Hope and Help. The person writing the words is still me, Kathleen Brown. And I’d love to know you better! Please feel free to introduce yourselves — and let me know if you have specific questons about caregiving — by clicking in the “Leave a Reply” box below. I look forward to hearing from you.

P.S.  To those of you who don’t receive news of each post via email, if you want that convenience, just look for the “Follow” button in the right column of this page. Enter your email address right above the button, then click “Follow.” That’s all there is to it. You’ll get a short email when something new is posted.

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About atimeformiracles

I'm a writer. And a speaker. And an advocate for victims of Alzheimer's. I write about a lot of things, but right now Alzheimer's has taken center stage. You'll see some of my work on my blog alzheimershopeandhelp.wordpress.com. If you're a caregiver, this blog is for you, from someone who has been in your shoes. I offer help in the form of tips and strategies gained through my personal experience. I offer encouragement in the form of witness: You are never alone. The God of all hope is always with you, and where He is, miracles abound. I speak to groups on the same subject, sharing helps and challenging caregivers to expect joy on the path through Alzheimer's. It's a rough road, but it leads through terrain of intense beauty. I can point out some of the miraculous sights along the way. In the U.S., a new diagnosis of Alzheimer's is made every 69 seconds. Please join me in praying for those suffering from the disease and for those who care for them.

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