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Dementia: A Son's Story

Dementia: A Son's Story

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Lunghezza: 184 pagine3 ore

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If you're dealing with a loved one that suffers from dementia or Alzheimer's, you'll want to read "Dementia: A Son's Story" Why? Because at times you'll feel overwhelming sadness, frustration, and confusion when faced with the challenges that these devastating diseases present. Reading about John's experiences will help you as you navigate through the surreal world that you've entered.

Read about John's mother as she declines into a shadow of her former self. Before dementia, she had spent most of her working career as an office manager while concurrently serving as a credit union executive. She was an avid photographer and seasoned world traveler. She loved to bake, to read and was a skilled seamstress. She lived her life, her way, until the dementia arrived. The disease started slowly, but soon proved to be unrelenting in its advance. Within these pages, you'll share in John's experiences that are sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes humorous, frequently frustrating and always changing, including:

Humorous moments, in conjunction with his mom's diminishing sense of humor | The obstacle of using logic in illogical situations | Compounding medical complications | Problematic care facilities | His mom's refusal to eat | Taking the car keys away | Imaginary thieves | Several cases of his mom's behavioral changes, and much more.

Share the journey with someone who's been down the same, or similar road that you're currently traveling. Although this isn't a guide book per se, you'll find comfort in knowing that you're not alone when it comes to dealing with the many challenges that you're sure to encounter.

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Dementia: A Son's Story

Azioni libro

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Informazioni sul libro

Dementia: A Son's Story

Lunghezza: 184 pagine3 ore

Descrizione

If you're dealing with a loved one that suffers from dementia or Alzheimer's, you'll want to read "Dementia: A Son's Story" Why? Because at times you'll feel overwhelming sadness, frustration, and confusion when faced with the challenges that these devastating diseases present. Reading about John's experiences will help you as you navigate through the surreal world that you've entered.

Read about John's mother as she declines into a shadow of her former self. Before dementia, she had spent most of her working career as an office manager while concurrently serving as a credit union executive. She was an avid photographer and seasoned world traveler. She loved to bake, to read and was a skilled seamstress. She lived her life, her way, until the dementia arrived. The disease started slowly, but soon proved to be unrelenting in its advance. Within these pages, you'll share in John's experiences that are sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes humorous, frequently frustrating and always changing, including:

Humorous moments, in conjunction with his mom's diminishing sense of humor | The obstacle of using logic in illogical situations | Compounding medical complications | Problematic care facilities | His mom's refusal to eat | Taking the car keys away | Imaginary thieves | Several cases of his mom's behavioral changes, and much more.

Share the journey with someone who's been down the same, or similar road that you're currently traveling. Although this isn't a guide book per se, you'll find comfort in knowing that you're not alone when it comes to dealing with the many challenges that you're sure to encounter.

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