"Stacie Ruth's story has the simplicity of a young girl, and yet the wisdom and insight of an adult." - Randy Travis (Country Music Superstar)
"We know how elderly people feel about this. But grandchildren hurt, too, and we've never heard from this segment before." - Carol Feelhaver (Former Program Director of the Midland's Chapter Alzheimer's Association)
"Caregivers and professionals who deal with elderly issues have reacted strongly to (Stoelting's) program...." - Des Moines Register Feature
"Stacie's books consistently sell out at signings; she's been named the honorary chairperson for ... Memory Walk to aid Alzheimer's research." - Publisher's Weekly
Stacie brings a fresh and personal approach as she shares her familys personal struggles with Alzheimers disease through dramatic recitations, interesting visuals readings from her book, and her powerful solos of songs dear to her grandparents hearts. Stacie has been honored to present her message to the Alzheimers Association, as well as many hospitals, seniors groups, churches, and various radio programs. Stacies messages are presented with polish and are purely professional with a personal touch. Her singing voice has been compared to Sandi Patty and Judy Garland." -The Robinson Agency
How to Cope When Alzheimer's Steals Your Hope and Hurts Your Heart (As Told by a Granddaughter)
A one-woman play, this powerful presentation allows you to become a member of Stacie's family. Witness scenes acted out, a romance illustrated through words and song, and vivid, inspirational ways to help and cope with Alzheimer's! This is a life-changing event that touches hearts of families with or without Alzheimer's. Learn How to Help the Hearts of "Kids in Crisis"
Kids tend to fade into the background when adults are in deep need. In this workshop, Stacie Ruth Stoelting teaches how to reach out to children and teens trapped in tragic situations while helping them to address their fears and grow in their faith. Discover the "Top 12" points to point kids in the right direction. How to Care for a Caregiver
So often, caregivers are often overworked and exhausted. Stacie Ruth provides practical and helpful tips and effective solutions to ease the workload of caregivers. This is one of Stacie Ruths most popular presentations. Dont miss it! Uplifting Concert
Music is uplifting! Caregivers need a break and escape. What better way to encourage caregivers than to attend an inspirational concert? Caregivers and Alzheimers patients can both appreciate and benefit from uplifting music. They will feel refreshed and uplifted after hearing an inspirational concert catered to their specific needs.
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