Choose Positive Living with Sara Troy and her guest Dan Perkins, on air from February 6th.
“This is a breakthrough book written on an important subject to children, parents, and grandparents. The subject is Dementia, or what is commonly referred to as memory loss. To the best of my knowledge, no other book on this subject has been written specifically for children ages 9 to 12. However, Hudson’s and Charlotte’s endearing adventure is for all readers; children, parents and grandparents. Your children will relate to the adventures of these two young girls, and as they learn about memory loss, so too will you and your children.
As people live longer, the population winding up with Dementia is rapidly growing. Parents find themselves ill-equipped to talk to their children about this subject. They themselves know little, and without basic mental health knowledge, parents are unable to discuss this issue with their children.
If you have a parent that is fine today, they could start the long, slow, goodbye tomorrow. I believe this book is a must-read for all ages, and parents, in particular, should read it and discuss it with their children. Because this is such an important issue, I am going to donate 10% of my royalties to the Alzheimer Foundation….”
JOIN SARA AND DAN AS THE THEY DISCUSS DEMENTIA
Author and master storyteller Dan Perkins presents the first book in his trilogy about terrorism against the United States. The first in the series, The Brotherhood of the Red Nile, A Terrorist Perspective, has propelled him to national acclaim with interviews on radio, television and in print. With the second instalment, The Brotherhood of the Red Nile, America Rebuilds, we get a closer look into the mind of an ingenious writer. Picking up where book one ends, book two delivers more intrigue and mystery while striking terror in the hearts of readers as we ask the question: How in the world can we stop this from happening?
FAMILY HEALTH AUTHOR: Dan Perkins, is a master storyteller and author of the new book, Why Can’t Grammy Remember Me? Perkins is a contributor to DailyCaller.com, Lifezette.com, ClashDaily.com, DailySurge.com and TheHill.com