“There are many books written about Alzheimer’s disease. The concise nature and easy readability of this book will make it an effective tool for family members with a parent who has dementia. The upbeat nature and ‘Tips’ section at the end of each chapter helps the book read in much the same way that a supportive conversation with a friend would be to the reader. I heartily recommend this book to the adult children of my patients with Alzheimer’s disease.”—Kevin R. Smith, MD, assistant professor of psychiatry, director of Geriatric Psychiatry Clinic, Oregon Health & Sciences University, Portland
For adult children of parents struggling with Alzheimer’s disease, finding useful tips and suggestions for dealing with everyday challenges can be difficult. Unforgettable Journey: Tips to Survive Your Parent’s Alzheimer’s Disease provides an easy-to-read, concise compellation of author Anne P. Hill’s experiences coping with her mother’s illness.
Hill details the specific methods she used to understand and manage the daily trials of caring for her mother. Broken down into small chapters, Hill focuses on each step of the Alzheimer’s journey and offers a compassionate, intimate, and insightful glimpse into the life of those who suffer from Alzheimer’s—both patient and caretaker.
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Anne P. Hill practiced law for sixteen years before retiring to care for her family. She volunteers at her sons’ school and with her church. Hill enjoys playing her piano, cooking, lifting weights, and needlepoint. She lives with her husband and two teenage sons in Portland, Oregon. You can reach Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org
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