by Federico, Meg.
The author relates her poignant and hilariously tumultuous journey caring for her eighty-year-old mother and newly minted step-father who were forced to accept full-time home care. Full description
All gone : a memoir of my mother's dementia : with refreshments
They left us everything : a memoir
Before I forget : love, hope, help, and acceptance in our fight against Alzheimer's
The end of your life book club
Keeper : one house, three generations, and a journey into Alzheimer's
Dancing with Rose : finding life in the land of Alzheimer's
Floating in the deep end : how caregivers can see beyond Alzheimer's
I'll be seeing you : a memoir
Beauty in the broken places : a memoir of love, faith, and resilience
A bittersweet season : caring for our aging parents-- and ourselves
Can't we talk about something more pleasant? : [a memoir]
Losing my mind: an intimate look at life with Alzheimer's.
Can't we talk about something more pleasant? [a memoir]
Adult children of aging parents
> Family relationships.
Mothers and daughters.
Parent and adult child.