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Author JacLynn Herron not only lost her mother to dementia, but also witnessed the strengths and flaws of the eldercare system that was responsible for her mother’s care. Believing in the power of story, she crafted her memoir, SINGING SOLO: IN SEARCH OF A VOICE FOR MOM, as a cautionary tale about the realities of nursing home care.  Now she is committed to sharing that story with readers and audiences at a variety of places: bookstores, libraries, book groups, dementia conferences, and elder groups. The book prompts discussion of the question: How can we (as individuals, families and society) promote quality-of-life until the very end of life?

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Publisher: North Star Press of St. Cloud Inc. (September 1, 2011)

ISBN-10: 0-87839-564-4 / ISBN-13: 978-0-87839-564-4

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