Books on Alzheimer's Disease
MUST HAVE Books on Alzheimer's Disease - for Friends, Caregivers and Relatives of People with Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia and Memory Loss Issues
36-Hour Day: A Family Guide to Caring for Persons with Alzheimer's Disease, Related Dementing Illnesses, and Memory Loss in Later Life
Reader Comment: "Very informative, very helpful suggestions, deals well with a difficult topic."
Dancing with Rose: Finding Life in the Land of Alzheimer's
Reader Comment: "The story has deeply moved me. When I first started reading the book I found it difficult to breathe."
Learning to Speak Alzheimer's: A Groundbreaking Approach for Everyone Dealing with the Disease
Reader Comment: "Really full of current knowledge on AD. Really helps the caregiver which there are millions of us. Also has a good reference list."
The Simplicity Of Dementia: A Guide For Family And Carers
Reader Comment: "This book was very informative for me and my family. We were able to understand better what our Mom is going through."
Alzheimer's Early Stages: First Steps for Family, Friends, and Caregivers
Reader Comment: "A really informative book that points you in the right direction as far as finances, estate planning etc."
A Dignified Life: The Best Friends Approach to Alzheimer's Care, A Guide for Family Caregivers
Alzheimer's from the Inside Out
Reader Comment: "In this collection of essays, Richard Taylor gets at the essence of dementia, and how it has redefined his relationships with family, friends and even with himself."
The Myth of Alzheimer's: What You Aren't Being Told About Today's Most Dreaded Diagnosis
Reader Comment: "This book offers the reader clues to maintain a quality of life as we age. In addition, Dr. Whitehouse brings years of clinical experience presenting ways to reduce the burnout of the caregiver."
Validation Breakthrough: Simple Techniques for Communicating with People with Alzheimer's-Type Dementia
Reader Comment: "This validation technique is simple to learn. It has made my work in a nursing home so much more enjoyable and rewarding."
Last Updated: 08 February 2016
Reviewed by Harry Croft, MD