• Dementia Prevention

    Dementia Prevention

    Clionsky, Emily

    Nonfiction. Dementia Prevention provides a dementia risk checklist to better understand your personal risk profile to help you on your journey. The authors' training and experience as behavioral scientists will help you set better goals, identify roadblocks to success, and overcome these obstacles.

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  • Floating in the Deep End

    Floating in the Deep End

    Davis, Patti

    Nonfiction. In a singular account of battling Alzheimer's, Patti Davis eloquently weaves personal anecdotes with practical advice tailored specifically for the overlooked caregiver.

    Format: Book

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  • A Fade of Light

    A Fade of Light

    Fakes, Nate

    Nonfiction. A memoir of a cartoonist's formative experiences in life and his close relationship with his stepdad, who is later diagnosed with FTD.

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  • The Brain Health Kitchen

    The Brain Health Kitchen

    Fenn, Annie

    Nonfiction. Dr. Annie Fenn gives readers a guide to preserving cognitive ability through food, with 100 recipes to promote mental acuity.

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  • The Complete Family Guide to Dementia

    The Complete Family Guide to Dementia

    Harrison, Thomas F.

    Nonfiction. Learn how to "care smarter, not harder" - and help your loved one maintain the best possible quality of life.

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  • When A Loved One Has Dementia

    When A Loved One Has Dementia

    Helmink, Eveline

    Nonfiction. A vital source of solace and compassion for those whose loved one has dementia, rooted in the author's unflinching experience of caring for her mother.

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  • Four Umbrellas

    Four Umbrellas

    Hutton, June

    Nonfiction. Provides a fresh perspective, bending the usual caretaker narrative by enfolding the voice of the person with the disease. A writing couple searches for answers when Alzheimer's causes one of them to lose the place where stories come from -- memory.

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  • Winter Stars

    Winter Stars

    Iverson, Dave

    Nonfiction. Dave Iverson was a busy broadcast journalist recently diagnosed with Parkinson's disease when he decided to do something he'd never quite imagined: He moved in to take care of his 95-year-old mom.

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  • My Father's Brain

    My Father's Brain

    Jauhar, Sandeep

    Nonfiction. A doctor's memoir about his father's experience of dementia, and an overview of the history of and latest findings on the disease.

    Format: Book

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  • Dick Johnson Is Dead

    Dick Johnson Is Dead

    Nonfiction. A playful, profound, and immensely moving docu-fantasia by Kirsten Johnson is a valentine to the director's beloved father, Dick Johnson, made as she has begun to face the reality of losing him to dementia.

    Format: DVD

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