Memory Care Support Booklets and Christian Fiction Novels


Memory Care Support Booklets

Driven by the desire to help others struggling with a loved one suffering from memory disease, author Elizabeth Lonseth, has used her parent’s and in-laws personal stories to help orient and guide families affected by this disease. A Gradual Disappearance is an introduction and support booklet for caregivers and family members. The Dangers of Denial will hopefully break down barriers that prevent good care for our seniors suffering with memory disease.
  
Elizabeth also provides a forty minute presentation with a question and answer period afterwards that often turns into a support group. To find out more or schedule a presentation go to "About Elizabeth"

Johansen Family Saga

With the goal of showing dynamic Christians putting their faith into action, this family saga is strongly character-driven. Each action packed novel has a strong spiritual message with multi-threaded storylines. Set on the waterways of the Pacific Northwest, this series starts out in the late 1960’s, is historically true to life, and place accurate.
We are excited about the newly released Anchor For Your Soul, which is the third book in the series. You can find it on Amazon or purchase through me by emailing me. 

The Latest Buzz

  • The third novel of the Johansen Family Saga, Anchor for Your Soul, had three successful debut parties, the PNACL conference at PLU in Tacoma, WA, in Olympia WA, and the Southern California Debut at The Ocean Institute.  
  • Both the North and South Carolina in May and the July Pacific NW tours were a huge successes. Check out our FB page for posts. See Event page for details. There will be a Mid-West Tour in September. Check out the Events page as events will be continually updated. 
  • Publications:
  • December 2013 - A Place For Mom Newsletter
    Review of Alzheimer’s Caregiving Book: A Gradual Disappearance.
  • September 2014 – A Place For Mom Newsletter
    A warning to Dementia Caregivers: 8 Dangers of Denial



All photos on this website have been taken by Capo Beach Photos, photographer Stanley J. Lonseth.
Please visit his website at  capobeachphotos.com.

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