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Other Me's: My caregiver experience with Lewy Body Dementia Paperback – July 22, 2016
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Jim is a Wisconsin native, spending his early years in the small rural town of Hixton, Wisconsin. His life journey has taken him from flying model airplanes as a youngster, to participating in man’s greatest exploration, flying to the moon and back. After completing twelve years as an aerospace engineer, he changed professions and taught secondary math, physics, computer science, aeronautics, astronomy, robotics, and several other courses. After retirement from teaching, he worked with teachers in graduate programs, mentored and tutored students, and spoke to young people about aeronautics, space flight, and learning. He is a life-long learner who enjoys nature photography, flying radio controlled airplanes, working with computers, playing harmonica, guitar, banjo, and being close to family.
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Mr. Adam's book is also a great tribute to his late wife Diane, his family, their doctor, their hospice nurses, and the skilled, patient, and kind staff of the memory care center where Diane spent her last months. It gives family and friends of others dealing with dementia much insight into what they are going through and how we can help and support them.
The book is also a warning about the awful inadequacies of for-profit insurance companies and our fragmented health care system that make this hard journey even more painful. All of us really need to step up and get our society's health care finances simplified...after all, dementia, cancer or something else, every family member will be on the final road some day.