Helen Hudson is an author, speaker, songwriter and keen observer of the elderly. Her 2nd book, “Kissing Tomatoes,” details the joys and travails of caring for her grandmother for 13 years when she had Alzheimer’s. Helen’s goal is to encourage others to keep their loved ones with Alzheimer’s at home for as long as possible. She also wants to encourage folks of EVERY age to get to know their old folks.
Counseling Today (September 2013) recently featured Helen’s work in the Gerontology field, and she has been interviewed in publications from PEOPLE to Vanderbilt Magazine. Helen loves working with and writing about the elderly, because as she says, “Someday, I’ll be one! Helenhudsonhere presently has readers in more than 90 countries.
Helen’s newest CD, “Whistle In The Dark,” is available on iTunes and “Kissing Tomatoes” has just been made available on Kindle. She and her husband have two daughters and live in Nashville. In her youth, Helen took up skydiving, but now enjoys getting a good running start and flying on her shopping cart through the grocery store aisles.