It's Monday again, it comes so quickly. I'm still reading Alzheimer's 911, having a difficult time picking it up. Having lived through much of what is described in the book, I also realize that when you are a caregiver for "anyone" Alzheimer's, dementia, or just any illness, many of these coping techniques apply, however, there are many things in the book which I would disagree with and at the time of your coping you/me/caregiver have hardly the energy to go to the bathroom, let alone read a book about "how to do a better job" of caregiving. I am however ordering a couple of copies for the library, even if this book is too little too late for me, it may help someone else, and that's a good thing. I wish it was titled something else, though, I think the Alzheimer's title pockets these techniques for just patients with dementia.
Up next: Rose Under Fire.