Alzheimer’s dementia – Best Books to Read
When we learn that our loved one has Alzheimer’s we have a thirst to know what it means for them– and us. Will our lives change? How will we handle it? And will our loved one die from this horrible disease?
Most of us with this quest for knowledge about Alzheimer’s will turn to books. Unless you have a friend with the same fate, you will need to read and research. Read and read some more. Many symptoms and behaviors from the person with Alzheimer’s will be symptoms that you have never seen before. Below are a few of the books from a recommended reading list about Alzheimer’s Disease and a few Caregivers who wanted their story told.
On Pluto: Inside the Mind of Alzheimer’sThe Alzheimer’s DietBest Friends Book of Alzheimer’s ActivitiesLosing My Mind: An Intimate Look at Life with Alzheimer’sChicken Soup for the Soul: Living with Alzheimer’sAlzheimer’s: A Mother Daughter JourneyThe 36-Hour Day: A Family Guide for CaringStill Alice
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