This is a short story based upon real life experiences of people living with a dementia about a girl called Maria who works in a fictitious care home called St Michael's. The story is designed to reassure people that you can have dementia and be happy, and will hopefully restore your faith.
WHOSE MEMORY DO YOU TRUST IF YOU CAN'T RELY ON YOUR OWN?
A woman accused of abducting two teenagers. Her partner desperate to help but caught in the middle because the missing girls are her foster care clients. "Fascinating, complex and full of suspense, an excellent psychological whodunit...pulls you along with some inexorable force and keeps you tied to the chair until you finish."
A man’s sanity crumbles as shadows snipe at him from his peripheral vision and voices taunt him to do drastic things. Strange cars follow him. Animals behave differently. Allergies develop suddenly. Strangers attack him and those close deny him. Where does madness lie?
More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s Disease, an irreversible, progressive brain disorder that slowly destroys memory and thinking skills, and eventually the ability to carry out the simplest tasks. Nearly two-thirds of those people are women.
Beverly Mire is one of those women.
It's time we forget what we THINK we know about dementia and start saving our minds. This book provides newly discovered information regarding dementia. Also includes links to get additional information, helpful tips and treatment options for dementia patients. Whether it is you or someone you love diagnosed with dementia, I encourage you to read this book and take it seriously.
By 2050, one new case of Alzheimer's is expected to develop every 33 seconds, resulting in nearly 1 million new cases per year. Stop and think about that for a second. 1 million new cases per year. These are staggering numbers-but they are also unacceptable numbers.