Described as the definitive guide to dementia care, The 36 Hour Day provides a helpful resource to anybody caring for someone with dementia in the home.
Written by a nurse with more than 40 years experience in the caring profession, including two decades specialising in dementia care, this book is a powerful tool for anyone giving regular care to a family member with dementia. What sets the book apart from the pack is...
Little Girl in the Radiator is the story of one man’s attempt to understand Alzheimer’s disease as its progression slowly changes the personality of his mother.
Knickers in the Fridge is a lighthearted and honest account of one family’s experience with Alzheimer’s.
The genius of this natural history book lies in its clever formatting, which allows readers with memory impairment, dementia or similar conditions (such as recovering from stroke) to access memory-sparking pictures of butterflies to help with focus, confidence and self-esteem.
This Richard and Judy Book Club Pick 2019, is a powerful and compelling memoir written by Wendy Mitchell, who is living with young onset dementia.
A warmly written and illustrated book revealing the heartwarming relationship between Grandpa and his Little Buddy.
A beautifully illustrated and sensitive story which introduces the subject of dementia to very young children.
John Suchet is the award-winning British Newsreader, television presenter and author and this is his heartbreaking story of how he watched the love of his life, his wife Bonnie, descend in to dementia.