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First of all, you should know that Janet Yagoda Shagam is a very talented storyteller.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone starting the "unintended" journey or someone who is in the depths of the care-giving role.
I am actually only halfway through the book as I write this - it is that good - and would give it 6 stars if I could.
I puchased this for a friend whose mother has Parkinsons and dimentia. My friend told me that she couldn't put the book down because it was so relevant and so well written. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Leah S.
This book is helpful, it is filled with information that is invaluable, and it is a marvelous reference book for the caregiver and family.Published 2 months ago by Mary F. MacFarlane
A valuable source for individuals dealing with family members suffering with DementiaPublished 2 months ago by Sergeant
Everyone with older parents should read this book. It is an excellent reference manual as well as an excellent story on personal experiences. Read morePublished 3 months ago by A Reader
It is a very, very sad book. It's important to read this for a clearer understanding of how to deal with a patient with Dementia.Published 3 months ago by Bridgette Carpenter
Extremely helpful if you are a care giver or if a person you know has dementia/altzheimersPublished 4 months ago by mary larsen
We are going through this with my mom and this book helped a lot! I recommend it to any one dealing with this situation.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I am the caregiver to my husband who has dementia. It has not been easy as a caregiver to understand what is happening and you feel very much alone in this journey. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Nancy Hahn