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5.0 out of 5 stars Speaking in tongues, Feb. 26 2005
This review is from: Learning to Speak Alzheimer's: A Groundbreaking Approach for Everyone Dealing with the Disease (Paperback)
If you don't have someone in your family with this dreaded disease, just wait. With the baby boomers coming of age and their parents aging, it's bound to happen. Not to sound depressing, but you should be prepared. And lately there have been signs everywhere showing this. The number of books, both fiction and non-fiction, dealing with loss, Alzheimer's and various and sundry surrounding illnesses, has been noticeable. Winston's GOOD GRIEF comes to mind, as does the insightful and colorful CHILDREN'S CORNER by McCrae with its stories of loss, Alzheimer's and other things. Even if you don't think anyone in your family will ever get this dreaded disease, you're bound to know someone, some friend or a friend of a friend who may get it. You need to be prepared, and this is the book that can help.
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