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Good personal view of effects of Alzheimer's on family members
This was a good book. It had quite the opposite effect on me as Dancing With Rose (which was much more positive). Thorndike had a great deal to work out with his dad and even with his mom and I was sometimes perplexed at all of the details he was needeing to know about his mom (who died before his dad)--much of the time I didn't think it was relevant to his dad's Alzheimer's. It did however clue me into what's coming down the road for my mom as she moves along the Alzheimer's continuum. It certainly was a different perspective as Thorndike actually took care of his father while Kessler worked in an Alzheimer's facility taking care of strangers.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 4, 2010
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