"I would love nothing more than for this book to become obsolete with the discovery of a cure."
Living in middle America with his wife, three kids and a dog, Kyle Herges, MFA, is a professor of Digital Media and Design at Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell, South Dakota. Kyle also owns and operates his own design and consulting business under the brand kh designs. Kyle has presented on many topics throughout the years including teaching and learning strategies for 'All Things Google' and how new technology can, and should, change the way you think.
A portion from the sale of each book with go directly to the Alzheimer's Association in hopes that we can help find a cure soon.
Alzheimer's Disease hits very close to home for my family and I. My grandpa was diagnosed at the age of 68 with Alzheimer's Disease and died ten years later, very similar to all of his sisters. More recently my mom was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's Disease at the age of 58. She was forced to give up a lifetime of nursing and now spends as much time as she can traveling and spending time with her seven grandkids. This book was very good therapy for me but I still haven't figured out if I wrote it from my mom to myself or from myself to my kids.
Alzheimer’s is a cruel and confusing illness. There’s no prevention, no cure and no way to slow its course. Families watch the essence of their loved ones slip away....Listen
MITCHELL, SD - There is a thief out there who will stop at nothing to take everything you have. It doesn't matter if you're a man or woman, rich or poor; the crook will target you. A Mitchell man is trying to help. At the end of the day, Kyle Herges... Read More
Sioux Falls, SD A South Dakota author is helping to raise awareness and support in the fight to end Alzheimer's. After his mom was diagnosed with early on set Alzheimer's, Kyle Herges.... Read More
Kyle Herges knew there was no cure. When his mother, Peg Herges, 61, of Scotland, was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's Disease, he had to find a way to cope... Read More
MITCHELL — Alzheimer’s Disease indiscriminately affects millions of Americans — stealing their memories, changing their behavior and making families strangers to one another... Read More
SIOUX FALLS, SD - There is no easy way to explain Alzheimer's Disease. "The normal progression of life, right? You're a child. You learn, you live it out. You're an adult. You know all these things. You have all these experiences... Read More
A children's book and keepsake written with a unique perspective allowing children to promote discussion.
"I just love it! It brought me to tears because of its sweetness, but really hits the nail on the head."Leslie Morrow, State Executive Director