I'm Still Here: A Breakthrough Approach to Understanding Someone Living with Alzheimer's Hardcover – 22 Jan 2009
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'My wife ... died of Alzheimer’s after a seven year illness, so I am familiar with the situation so masterfully set out in John Zeisel’s book. It is certainly the best book yet written about the predicament of Alzheimer’s patients and carers." --Professor John Bailey, CBE
"[T]o anyone living with a loved one who has Alzheimer’s, read this book, re-read i,; keep it for daily reference. It will change more lives than just yours." --John Suchet
"This book rages with an optimism and determination to champion the cause of sufferer and carer alike[.] .... This should be required reading for anyone with an ambition to create the future. It is both a clarion call and a cautionary tale from a gifted narrator blazing with humanity." --Tim Smit, CBE, chief executive and co-founder of The Eden Project --This text refers to the Perfect Paperback edition.
A breakthrough approach to understanding and relating to someone living with Alzheimer's --This text refers to the Perfect Paperback edition.See all Product Description
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I could write much more but sincerely would be wasting you time that could be better spent ordering the book and reading it, don't delay buy it now.
I am now going to re read and still the music plays because I believe it will allow even greater appreciation of that work.
Good luck it will help you greatlyI'm Still Here: A Breakthrough Approach to Understanding Someone Living with Alzheimer'sAnd Still the Music Plays: Stories of People with Dementia
These books tend to expect carers to have a " core team" helping them, when in reality lots of carers are struggling through on their own.
I have not finished the book yet, I am determined to read right through and hopefully glean something from it apart from this sense that I am failing.
Would recommend it.
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