Broken Beauty: The tough roads of early-onset Alzheimer’s. 


Dealing with the failing health of our aging parents is not an easy path. When the problem is Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, it can sometimes be tougher because they start forgetting who you are and the memories you shared.

That happened to Sarah Smith when her mother started showing signs of Alzheimer’s. It was the early-onset variety.  That led to some struggles, but Sarah turned the corner with her faith and by writing a book.

She talks with Kim and Mike Barnes of Parenting Aging Parents about navigating the tough road with her mom and what she learned from writing the book, Broken Beauty.