Angie Swetland

author, speaker, caregiver.

Angie Swetland holds a degree in Sociology and Religion from Luther College. She embarked on her professional journey as an Activity Director in a small-town nursing home. For forty years, she advanced her career and ultimately retired as the Corporate Director of Customer Relations at Presbyterian Homes and Services (PHS), one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit providers of senior housing and services.

During her tenure at PHS, Angie played a pivotal role in developing curricula for Dementia Care services. She collaborated with care teams to establish and maintain care protocols. Presently, she contributes her expertise as a Board Member for Our Lady of Peace Hospice and Home. Angie also dedicates her time to facilitating a Dementia Caregiver Support Group at Easter Lutheran Church. Her passion extends to public speaking engagements where she shares insights on Dementia Care with churches and various organizations in the area.

Angie Swetland

author, speaker, caregiver.

Angie Swetland holds a degree in Sociology and Religion from Luther College. She embarked on her professional journey as an Activity Director in a small-town nursing home. For forty years, she advanced her career and ultimately retired as the Corporate Director of Customer Relations at Presbyterian Homes and Services (PHS), one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit providers of senior housing and services.

During her tenure at PHS, Angie played a pivotal role in developing curricula for Dementia Care services. She collaborated with care teams to establish and maintain care protocols. Presently, she contributes her expertise as a Board Member for Our Lady of Peace Hospice and Home. Angie also dedicates her time to facilitating a Dementia Caregiver Support Group at Easter Lutheran Church. Her passion extends to public speaking engagements where she shares insights on Dementia Care with churches and various organizations in the area.

“Angie Swetland’s book is a wonderful gift for caregivers and anyone living with patients with Alzheimer’s. The writing is filled with insight, and I loved how the author uses the art of storytelling to crystallize the message of this book.

While I Know You by Heart is deftly written and contains need-to-know information on dementia, it defines a new path to relating with people suffering from the condition and offers hope by showing readers that there is a deeper, more powerful way of connecting with anyone with Alzheimer’s. The author’s voice is compelling, reassuring, and sympathetic.

You need this book if you want to understand dementia.”

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