Sunday, May 31
A real page turner, “While I Still Can,” provides a special glimpse into the world of memory loss. It tells a story of love, commitment, faith and courage in the face of a catastrophic disease. Rick Phelps writes with tremendous insight into all aspects of how he lives with a diagnosis of dementia. The book also offers eye-opening perspectives for caregivers living with someone who has dementia. Its chapters are short and stay on topic, making it an easy read for people with dementia, as well as busy caregivers.
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