Announcing the Ultimate Self Help Book for Dementia Caregivers

Finding the Light in Dementia, 

A Guide for Families, Friends and Caregivers

By Jane M Mullins, Dementia Nurse Consultant

Are you Stressed and Tired?

Not knowing how to help your loved with dementia?

I am Jane Mullins, a Dementia Nurse Consultant with over 30 years experience of supporting people will all different types of dementia and throughout all stages of their condition. My book, Finding the Light in Dementia, will help you:

Understand how dementia affects your loved one

Learn quick ways to communicate better together

 Know what to say and do during challenging times

Reduce the person’s frustration and agitation


Easy to read, bite sized information

Short chapters with summaries

Notes pages to turn into a personal care plan/journal


Valuable family caregiver stories to learn from their experiences too.

To help you feel much less stressed and more confident to care, communicate and connect with your loved one

Reduce your Stress Today and Buy Now!

In This Book You Will Learn:


How to repond to changes in mood and behavior

How to communicate and re-connect with your loved one

What to say and do during difficult and challenging moments

How to be more confident as a caregiver

How to reduce distress and stress in both you and your loved one

How to provide personal care with little resistance

“Caring for Mum who has Alzheimer’s has been made much easier after reading this book.

Practical suggestions that family and paid caregivers can work on together has created greater consistency of care.

Mum is happier and less anxious. Brilliant resource.
Highly recommended.”-
Angharad Brown

Finding the Light in Dementia provides chapters on:

What to do following a diagnosis

Learning to communicate and improve relationships

Practical tips for stimulating memory

How to be calm and safe at home

How to provide personal care without resistance

How to reduce stress and distress

Tips for eating, drinking and sleeping well

How to respond to changes in moods and behaviour

Caring for yourself as a caregiver

What to look for when choosing caregivers, respite and residential care

Also available as an e book

“This is an excellent guide for anyone who has a family member or friend suffering with dementia. Really helpful advice & explanations on why certain behaviours happen & how to cope with them.

The best bit about this book is it is easy to read – short chapters & clearly written.

It’s also helpful to have sections for making notes about your own circumstances, the idea being that you have the day to day information to take to a doctor if needed.

The book truly does “find the light” in all stages of that journey. It is a very positive book & has real tips & techniques for dealing with the situation of having a loved one suffering from such a cruel disease.” –



“This little book is a life saver for people who have dementia and their caregivers,
families and friends.

I think it should be given out by every professional
who gives the initial diagnosis.

People need something to grasp, and the sensitivity, simplicity and emotion contained in this book may help them cope better.”-
Lorraine Morgan, Nurse Gerontologist

This Guide is also an excellent resource for health and social care professionals and caregivers

“It is almost as if Jane has gently taken your hand in hers and is walking alongside you, encouraging you through this new chapter of your life.

She has provided wonderful information; plus note pages at the end of the chapters for you to keep a record of the questions you want to ask the Doctor. “This book is a much-needed gift to yourself”-

Carole Fawcett, MPCC, Counsellor.

Learn New Ways to Communicate With Your Loved One

About Jane

Jane is a Dementia Nurse Consultant who has devoted over 30 years to the study and practice of dementia care.

Through listening to and supporting people and their families during their diagnosis in memory clinics, caring for them in hospital and in care homes, she has helped throughout all of the stages of their condition.

Jane has uncovered certain common features that may help caregivers and the people they care for find better ways of coping.

Her practice experience is backed up by expert knowledge gained from her PhD which explores finding ways to communicate and stay connected with people living with dementia through the senses.