What Others Are Saying About Dementia Diary
"My mother says it is wonderful, clear, concise and tells your story so very well. She could see and understand her sister's symptoms so much better now. She thinks it will be a BIG help to others who are experiencing what you have been going through.—John Biebel, former CEO of St. Joseph's Hospital, Tampa.
“I found this book to be OUTSTANDING—entertaining—informative…a Neil Simon laugh and cry scenario.”—Tom Cranshaw, CEO, Tri-County Mental Health Services, Kansas City, MO.
“This sensitive and well written semi-autobiography is unusual for its male perspective and a must read for all who are going through the challenging years of caring for an elderly parent."
—Dr. Seth B. Goldsmith, Author of Choosing A Nursing Home (1991 Book of the Year, Library Journal) and Former CEO of the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged.
"Dementia Diary: A Caregiver's Journal," is personal, warm and witty. I will continue to recommend Robert Tell's book to anyone feeling the isolation of a caregiver."—Carol Bradley Bursack, Author/Speaker/Columnist, Minding Our Elders, Caregivers Share Their Personal Stories, www.mindingourelders.com
“Tell’s book give a compassionate, often witty glimpse into the roller-coaster emotions and daily stresses he encountered balancing family and work with his mother’s worsening condition.”—Kerry Guten Cohen, Detroit Jewish News
"I laughed at times as I nodded my head in knowing as his mother did things that our family member is doing. Whew, it is nice not to be the only one!"—Kel32brown