Storytelling is the essential human activity. The harder the situation, the more essential storytelling is.
~ Tim O’Brien, novelist
Video: Watch and Listen…
…to “A Conversation for Caregivers with Judy Shone,” produced by Halton Hills Public Library and moderated by Education Coordinator, Danielle Arbour, from the Alzheimer Society Hamilton Halton.
Audio snippets – Listen to get the tone in my world of caregiving.
Find a seat. I have been waiting for you! Get comfortable. Bring your coffee or cup of tea. ☕ Allow me to read to you, in my own voice . . . which now shows signs of aging.
I believe hearing me read snippets of our stories will help you feel part of our journey when you read the words in the books.
Listen to some of our world reflected through thoughts I had during those events. Let my voice encourage you to reach out for real people who are there to support you … you are not alone.
Snippets from “Is There Any Ice Cream?”
read by the author, Judith Allen Shone
In each story below, click on the white triangle arrow on the left side of the black line. The voice will begin.
Adjust the volume on the right end of the black line here and on your device.
READ BY THE AUTHOR
💖 I am honoured to have been invited to be a member of AlzAuthors, among authors who write of Alzheimer’s disease and caregivers for partners, spouses, parents, grandparents. As well they share books by authors living with dementia diseases.
It is an organization of caregiver-authors who promote and share books and blogs that open windows into caregiving and into the world of Alzheimer’s. 💖🍦🍪
Each day do something to make others smile and your heart sing!
Audio Review Copyright © 2020 Judith Allen Shone
July 25, 2020 © 🔊 by Judith Allen Shone
Audio Reviews are separately copyrighted clips (c) Judith Allen Shone.
Accepting the Gift of Caregiving series Part One and Part Two: