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alzheimer's/dementia related books

Dementia & Driving:  When to Take Away the Keys                                                        by Debbie Ricker

This is a good reference book if you are currently wondering if your loved one should not be driving anymore. There is a really good explanation of how dementia affects driving.

Loving Someone Who Has Dementia:  How to Find Hope While Coping with Stress and Grief by Pauline Boss, PhD

This is a good read especially for caregivers of spouses with Dementia. The author discusses the topic of ambiguous loss and how to deal with the loss of a person while he/she is still living. 

other books of note

Unflubbify Your Writing:  Bite-Sized Lessons to Improve Your Spelling, Punctuation, and Grammar by Sara Rosinsky

I included this book because it’s a great reference book to have on hand. It’s full of short lessons to help your spelling, punctuation, and grammar. For example, the difference between further/farther, should you capitalize Mom/Dad, the one that makes me think twice – is it “used to” or “use to” and what is a comma splice anyway.  

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