Dementia and Mum: Who Really Cares? (Paperback)
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Dementia and Mum: Who Really Cares? (Paperback)

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Paperback 264 Pages / Published: 02/09/2011
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Publisher: Kew Bridge Press
ISBN: 9780956843708
Number of pages: 264
Dimensions: 210 x 135 mm

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“Dementia and Mum: Who Really Cares”

Excellent read taking the reader through the detection and onset of dementia. All the heartaches, pain and surprisingly the fruits of caring for a dear relative are here. This goes right down to the bone.
Thoroughly... More

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“Biased review from the author!”

Many friends, colleagues at work and the actor, Alfred Molina who is a second cousin, have read the book and found it a very moving, engaging , humorous and informative account of the illness. It is written more in... More

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“A difficult topic made easy to read”

An easy to read book, despite some poignant moments, since you feel you are engaged in a conversation with the author. Humorous in many places, but also very informative, you definitely get a much better understanding... More

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