Book Recommendations


Jan 21


Book of The Month | For Children
Gammy A Story About Alzheimer’s Disease | by Seneca Monique

Eight-year-old Carrie can’t wait to get to Gammy’s house and bake ooey-gooey chocolate chip cookies, read books, and learn lots of big, new words. When her mother explains that Gammy is living in a different home now because she is becoming forgetful, Carrie becomes confused and scared. “But Gammy would never forget me!” she cries. Carrie not only learns a big word, “Alzheimer’s,” but also a different meaning for a little word she thought she already knew: love. 

Book of The Month | For Adults 
The 36-Hour Day: A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease, Related Dementias, and Memory Loss | By Nancy L. Mace MA (Author), Peter V. Rabins MD MPH (Author)

The most trusted guide for caring for persons with Alzheimer’s disease, memory loss, and dementia disorders-now revised and updated with practical and legal advice and compassionate guidance for families and caregivers.

When someone in your family suffers from Alzheimer’s disease or other related memory loss diseases, both you and your loved one face immense challenges. For over thirty years, this book has been the trusted bible for families affected by dementia disorders. Now completely revised and updated, this guide features the latest information on the causes of dementia, managing the early stages of dementia, the prevention of dementia, and finding appropriate living arrangements for the person who has dementia when home care is no longer an option. You’ll learn:
The basic facts about dementia
How to deal with problems arising in daily care-meals, exercise, personal hygiene, and safety
How to cope with an impaired person’s false ideas, suspicion, anger, and other mood problems
How to get outside help from support groups, friends, and agencies
Financial and legal issues you must address.
Comprehensive and compassionate, The 36-Hour Day is the only guide you need to help your family through this difficult time.