In February, I offered a two hour experiential Dementia Care Training by zoom to the Santa Fe police department. If you’re a fireman, EMT, ambulance driver, or a police officer interested in learning more about how to improve emergency medical services role in dementia care, feel free to contact me.
which meets twice monthly in El Dorado, Santa Fe.
Along with working as an education consultant for Dr. Kitty Fallon’s Alzheimer’s Support Group, The Gloaming, I am currently putting together a workshop for families who want to know to understand what stage their person is experiencing in the progression of dementia. By learning to support the abilities that are retained every step of the way, care partners become creative and flexible enough to stay with their person throughout the journey ahead.
STYGO is a collection of interlocked stories about a dying company town in Colorado. Initially published by MacMurray and Beck in 1994, it was re-issued by Simon and Schuster in 1996, and by McAdams/Cage in 2000.
STYGO won the 1994 Colorado Book Award for best design, the American Academy of Arts and Letters Rosenthal Foundation Award for First Fiction, the Mountains and Plains Regional Bookseller’s Award, and was a finalist for the Pen/Hemingway Award.