Living with Alzheimer's: A love story (Paperback)
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Living with Alzheimer's: A love story (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 16/01/2020
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Publisher: Instant Apostle
ISBN: 9781912726196
Dimensions: 198 x 130 mm

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“So much more than a practical guide”

I was very pleasantly surprised to find Robin Thomson’s book so enjoyable to read, not only for the help it provides , but for all the information we’re given about their life together, before and after illness... More

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“Living with Alzheimer's”

Robin Thomson: Living with Alzheimer’s – A love story.

This book is a present for everybody. It takes you into Robin and Shoko’s life in these years with ease and reliability. We share the day to day living, the... More

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“Review”

With dementia diagnoses on the rise in the UK, the public and services will need to learn how to respond in better and more joined-up ways. It is too easy to mechanise the support and forget that there’s a person... More

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