A Playbook Between the Memory Challenged Client & the Caregiver
Beth Lord's new book is an emotionally inspiring guide to caregiving, honoring the past and sparking up the flame in the memory challenged's hearts.
Seattle, WA, March 15, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Beth Lord’s newest book “A Playbook Between The Memory Challenged Client & The Caregiver” is a guide meant to help caretakers relate better to memory challenged patients, to help them relive their stories and enrich their day-to-day lives by shining a light to all those things they accomplished. Her experiences with Peter, a patient who inspired her to write this book, compelled her to create a compilation of what she has learned throughout her time with him, through the hard work and support required to help him develop, and through his successful adaptation to society and personal growth.
“A Playbook Between The Memory Challenged Client & The Caregiver” is available in softbound and ebook versions on March 15, 2016.
The Memory Challenged Client needs to know his story. If he has trouble knowing, or remembering, his story, then it is important to nourish him with it on a daily basis if you can.
Beth Lord, Occupational Therapist, Author and CEO Write Heart Memories
About the book
The Memory Challenged Client needs to know his story. If he has trouble knowing, or remembering, his story, then it is important to nourish him with it on a daily basis if you can. Knowing the feelings of the caregiver and those of the memory challenged client can help support and comfort those who have forgotten their past. Because once you know the feelings, and once you find the space to express those feelings in a positive and helpful way, they can move along and transform themselves and the emotions of those involved. So here then, is a playbook of possibilities for rejuvenation, health, and wholeness for the caregiver and client.
The author presents many lessons, both physical and spiritual, for caretakers to complete with their clients. She guides both through a path of self-love and better living by being in the present and training the brain to improve mental and cognitive abilities. Through a playbook of practical activities, organization and scheduling tips, she makes this task even easier for caregivers and more enjoyable for all involved.
About Beth Lord
Beth Lord is a writer and a therapist who combines her passion and knowledge to fulfill her calling to help those in need to share a story with the world. She owns Beth Lord’s Write Heart Memories®, where she turns your stories into books. She's been an Occupational Therapist and Feldenkrais Practitioner and has had the opportunity to work with a variety of clients and their conditions for many years. She continues to see Peter and dedicates this book to him as well as clients, caregivers and families in similar situations.
To find out more about Beth Lord and her work, visit her web page http://www.bethlord.com/