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If you have a family member or friend who has this disease, I would recommend this book.
I know that now I will be far less fearful and much more loving when faced with someone with Alzheimer's than I ever would have been without reading this book.
Thank you Ms. Kessler for your courage in the undertaking of this work and in sharing with us your touching experiences.
I thought this was going to be a very sad look at eldercare, instead, it gave me a wonderful insight into the love and dedication that can continue into our parents lives as the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
One of the best books I have read concerning Alzheimer's disease! My wife passed away last year of this disease and she spent 6-months in a care facility prior to her death. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Port Ludlow Ken
Working as an aide myself for years and having also had 2 grandparents in a facility, this book gives a face to Alzheimer's that many do not see.Published 5 months ago by Pen Name
I was unable to put this book down! Kessler has a refreshing way of teaching us about Alzheimer's. These people aren't patients they are people. Alzheimer's cant diminish that.Published 6 months ago by Connor Paratore
Anyone in the senior retirement industry that provides memory care services should read this insightful book. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Marge Coalman
Well researched and well written. This is hard subject to deal with but the author put a possitive spin on it. I really enjoyed reading the book.Published 7 months ago by LH
Real life acct of what working with the elderly and family in asst living is all about. Daily personal care and communication unfortunately she worked in a better ALF than mostPublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
As a healthcare provider, reading a book with a different prespective on Alzheimers was eye opening. Honest and heartfelt. An easy read.Published 12 months ago by Sarah Jornigan