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Douglas W. Collins

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Douglas W. Collins is an internationally respected business strategist who initiated Brand Development, Capital Acquisition, End Game and Go Public Scenarios, and Strategic Business Plans. He is an accomplished speaker and trainer having authored many presentations in sales training, global marketing, arts and entertainment, and broadcast media. He is co-author of Artist at Work honoring the legacy of western artist Kenneth M. Freeman. Collins also wrote the album liner notes for the best-selling CD Shipped by jazz pianist John Shipley, a founding member of the jazz fusion group Hiroshima.
Collins presently serves as the Director of Business Development of HEAMGEN, Inc. which is an exciting MEDICAL BREAKTHROUGH Company for building resiliency into the global blood supply chain by applying patented technology to manufacture lifesaving mature, human Type O-Negative red blood cells from stem cells.
Collins was the founder and managing member for the Scottsdale, Arizona-based HD Broadcast AZ which provided live shot services to global networks. His company was profiled in USA Today’s “Money” section as the most advanced broadcast studio in the USA. He developed virtual set designs which added high production value to online webinars, streaming training sessions and commercials for Fortune 500 companies.
Collins is also the Executive Producer for the upcoming action thriller movie Cyberkill. The plot deals with artificial intelligence, cyber stalking and cyberterrorism. The project is currently in development.
Today, Douglas lives northwest of Atlanta, Georgia and in Coronado, Panama with Dianemarie, his wife of 45 years, along with their two pugs. He enjoys playing the guitar, movies and travel.

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Truth, Lies & Alzheimer’s

Its Secret Faces

non-Fiction

Aging Medical Conditions & Diseases

TRUTH, LIES & ALZHEIMER’S Its Secret Faces is a concise guide to navigating the heartbreaking challenges of having a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias.

Through a rich trove of stories culled from her years in the eldercare industry, author Lisa Skinner offers insight into the difficult questions families face, including:

  • How do I respond to a loved one’s false belief?
  • Am I abandoning my parent if I place them in the care of professionals?
  • How do we make the best of our time left together?

Skinner’s original thinking and counter-intuitive solutions provide family members, spouses, children, caregivers, and others with the tools they need to effectively manage the symptoms of brain disease.

Readers will feel empowered to work through the difficulties of the disease and return to what matters – enjoying their remaining time with their loved one.

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A groundbreaking title that is very comforting work for any family dealing with a member with Dementia or Alzheimer’s …

 Gary Roen

Senior Reviewer

MidwestBookReview.com

Also by Douglas W. Collins

Truth, Lies & Alzheimer’s

Its Secret Faces

The Workbook

Aging Medical Conditions and Diseases

TRUTH, LIES & ALZHEIMER’S Its Secret Faces The Workbook features author Lisa Skinner’s a concise guide to navigating the heartbreaking challenges of having a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias, along with additional resources for caregivers, friends, family, and anyone interested in dealing with this devastating disease.
Through a rich trove of stories culled from her years in the eldercare industry, author Lisa Skinner offers insight into the difficult questions families face, including:

  • How do I respond to a loved one’s false belief?
  • Am I abandoning my parent if I place them in the care of professionals?
  • How do we make the best of our time left together?

Skinner’s original thinking and counter-intuitive solutions provide family members, spouses, children, caregivers, and others with the tools they need to effectively manage the symptoms of brain disease.

Readers will feel empowered to work through the difficulties of the disease and return to what matters – enjoying their remaining time with their loved one.