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Alzheimer's with my mother, Eilleen / Jim Dicke II

Dicke, Jim, II, (author.).
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  • 30 of 37 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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  • ISBN: 9781939710963
  • ISBN: 1939710960
  • Physical Description: 99 pages ; 24 cm
  • Edition: First edition

Content descriptions

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Why this book? -- Eilleen and Jim -- Eilleen's family -- Coming to town -- Friends -- Culver -- The company -- Grandchildren -- The boat-David and Ruth Ann -- It begins -- The diagnois -- The disease -- The caregivers -- When all else fails -- More caregivers come -- No survivors -- Death comes -- What next?
Summary, etc.:
"This book is a candid look at what the Alzheimer's sufferer's family can expect. No two stories are precisely the same, but this is a story about the course of symptoms and the disease more than it is a story of Eilleen's life. When she posed in 1994 for the portrait by Nelson Shanks shown on the cover of this book, family could already see in her expression the early signs of her confusion years before the formal diagnosis was made defining her final years. Alzheimer's is a terrible illness. This one story illustrates the very real challenges countless people will face even with the best of care." --Provided by publisher.
Subject: Dicke, Eilleen.
Dicke, Jim, II.
Alzheimer's disease > Patients > Biography.
Mothers and sons > Patients > Biography.
Alzheimer's disease > Patients.
Mothers and sons.
Genre: Biography.

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