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"Where's My Shoes?": My Father's Walk Through Alzheimer's

4.29 of 5 stars 4.29  ·  rating details  ·  14 ratings  ·  4 reviews
The heartfelt and uplifting story of a daughter's commitment to care for her father as the grip of Alzheimer's gradually controls his life. A poignant and sometimes humorous book that gives comfort to caregivers of dementia patients and the elderly. It includes specific suggestions for caregivers and confronts the issues and emotions they face.
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Published by North Star Books (CA) (first published May 13th 2005)
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Rani Kaye
An easy read. And very uplifting.
My Mama had Alzheimer's disease. This book was among the first on this horrific topic that I had the privilege of reading. It personalized my journey in a way that helped me so much. Brenda Avadian gives a raw, honest glimpse into how Alzheimer's effected her Father, her family and herself. I appreciate it so very much.
Jenn C
I thought this book was a really sad. I was able to get a vivied picture of her experience in dealing with her father's illness and it was really heart breaking.
Helpful story about dealing with elderly Alzheimer's father.
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