7 Sep 2016
Ever wonder what will happen to all those wonderful stories behind your wordless photo albums and shoe boxes full of memorabilia?
Well, there may be a perfect solution at hand that also doubles as a forever gift to your family. Nancy Kessler of Memoirs Plus lovingly crafts and preserves those memories by listening to independent seniors reminisce about their lives – capturing their stories, with their own voice, and creating a keepsake book for the entire family.
Nancy devotes numerous hours engaging with her subjects, encouraging conversation as it winds its way through their lives. Sharing stories from their own childhood, of love and marriage and family, recipes, and recollections of times passed but remembered and honored: whatever needs telling.
Nancy has had a life-long passion for working with seniors. Creating these memoirs for future generations is often more cherished by family members than other material items. A former curator at The Museum of the City of New York, Nancy has also worked as a therapeutic recreation director at a local independent living community so she is well-versed in coaxing the story out of her clients – though, more often than not, the stories come pouring out.
Go to Nancy’s site www.memoirsplus.com to learn more or contact her at 914-261-0834 or firstname.lastname@example.org