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The Myth of Alzheimer’s

This book has blown my eyes wide open. After 100 years of exploration into the causes and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, we are no closer to solving the riddle than Alois Alzheimer was in the early 1900s. Dr. Peter Whitehouse ...

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Still Alice

  This book is one of the best books I’ve ever read.  It is gut-wrenching and honest, and the perspective is so genuine that you wonder how the author has such insight into the Alzheimer’s journey.   I caution those ...

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Love in the Land of Dementia

I see myself, along with my brother and father, as the carrier of my mother’s sacred legacy.  I imagine myself tenderly fanning the embers, adding dry leaves and crumbled paper, creating a blaze with each memory.  I realize I don’t ...

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Shadowbox Books for the Memory Impaired

Recently, I had the pleasure of perusing a book that was sent to me by Shadowbox Press.  Here is my non-biased, uncompensated review of the interactive book, Fun and Games, based on an experience with one of my patients. *** *** I ...

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My New Granny

*** I’ve often wondered if I could write a children’s book about Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s is a part of everyday life for many families.  But because Alzheimer’s is so poorly understood and managed, even by adults, many children are ill ...

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