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Inhaltsangabe: In Speaking Our Minds, seven diagnosed individuals of various ages and backgrounds express their thoughts and feelings about what it is like to have Alzheimer's disease, to live with it day to day, and to cope with its impact on their lives. Although afflicted with the same disease, each person's experience is unique. Told with honesty and insight, their stories cover personal history, diagnosis, family and social interactions, philosophical and religious perspectives, and the many neurological and psychological dimensions of the disease that permeate their lives.
" Speaking Our Minds shows us the pain, humanity and courage of individuals with Alzheimer's Disease. It is a much needed and much appreciated book."
--Peter V. Rabins, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
"Lisa Snyder performs an important service in this excellent introduction to the experience of persons with Alzheimer's Disease . . . Consistently thoughtful and illuminating."
--Stephen G. Post, Ph.D., author of The Moral Challenge of Alzheimer Disease and Professor of Biomedical Ethics, School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University
"Inspiring reflections abound in the perspectives and narratives of these patients and the social worker/narrator. This book is for everyone living in a world with Alzheimer's disease."
--Lisa P. Gwyther, MSW, Director, Family Support Program, Duke University Center for Aging
"Lisa Snyder skillfully weaves a tapestry of what Alzheimer's disease is really about by reporting on conversations with diagnosed people. By reading these, and Snyder's commentary, fellow travelers, caregivers, and health care providers will find further insight into Alzheimer's disease."
--Michael Livni, Executive Committee of Alzheimer's Disease International
"This resource enhances understanding of where individuals with Alzheimer's disease are going or where they have been. Whatever stages of infirmity, these individuals and their caregivers will benefit from these personal insights into a unique journey."
--Joy Glenner, President/CEO, The George G. Glenner Alzheimer's Family Centers, Inc., San Diego, California
"This is the best book I've ever read on Alzheimer's disease."
--Robyn Yale, LCSW, Clinical Social Worker and Consultant to the Alzheimer's Association, author of Developing Support Groups for Individuals with Early-Stage Alzheimer's Disease
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