By: Jean LeeAlzheimer's Daughter details a caregiver’s journey with both parents who were diagnosed on the same day. It is written with wincing honesty about the cruel affects of the disease, but a WWII love story held together by faith and family is contained within the pages.
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Book DescriptionWhat would you do if both parents were diagnosed with Alzheimer's?
At the time of their diagnosis, Ed Church struggles to his feet, yelling, "How dare you use the A. word with me," while Ibby wags her finger at the doctor scolding, "Shame on you."
They protect each other, Ibby by asserting, "We're not leaving our home," and Ed reassuring, "We're just fine."
About his driving Ed defends, "I'm an excellent driver, I've never had an accident." When their daughter, Rosie, finds dings in Ed's car, he dismisses, "Someone must have bumped into me."
After Rosie moves them to assisted living, convinced they are on a second honeymoon, they break the news, "We've decided not to have more children."
In the late stages, they politely shake Rosie's hand, inquiring, "Now, who are you?"
In ALZHEIMER'S DAUGHTER readers journey with Rosie Church from her first suspicions that something is awry to nearly a decade later as she is honored to hold Ed and Ibby's hands when they draw their final breaths.
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