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A collection of essays and poems by Jody M. Lewis– writer, artist, and educator– which take the reader along the rocky path of a difficult mother/daughter relationship that moved slowly and erratically toward a loving bond. *a sympathetic guide for present and future caregivers, offering suggestions on how to avoid some of the common obstacles in the caregiving experience and support for developing and following one’s best instincts.
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Sing to Me While I Can Hear speaks powerfully and eloquently to the need for greater research and more significant attention to the plight of those afflicted with dementia. It asks important questions and gives detailed examples of the current obstacles and problems created by institutions. It offers sympathetic counsel to present and future caregivers.From the Author:
I hope this book will help those who face the stresses and burdens of caregiving, whether for a beloved individual or for one who is a challenge in every way, including those who are difficult to love.
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Book Description White Canoe Productions, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0977211509