Come Back Early Today will touch you.
It will make you laugh. It will make you cry.
If you’re an Alzheimer’s caregiver
It will give you information and advice
But mostly, it will give you hope.
“Once I started, there was absolutely no way to stop reading this book until its final page. The house is a mess and I don’t care! Brava.”
- Craig Thomas
“Practical tips on creating a better experience for Alzheimer’s patients.”
- Mary Theobald
“A must read for caregivers. It made me laugh and it made me cry, all at the same time.”
- Ann McHugh, DVM
“A true love story, but also an inspirational guide for caregivers.”
- B. Sanchez Houseton
“One will find wonderful insight into this disease and how to care for a person with dementia.”
- Marjorie Rentz
“You will never look at love, devotion and the human spirit the same way again.”
- Amy Friedland
It all started the evening Ed called her in a panic because he couldn’t find his scissors. She suggested he go look in his kitchen. First he said he didn’t have a kitchen, then he said he did, but it only had clothes and shoes in it. Sure, there had been plenty of signs before, but this one she couldn’t deny, ignore or explain away. Their lives were about to be turned upside down and changed in ways they never could have imagined.