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Pathways of Hope: Living Well with Cognitive Changes
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“I want to help doctors, caregivers, and persons with Alzheimer’s disease to understand that this diagnosis is not necessarily a rapid death sentence.”—Charley Schneider
This small but powerful book offers personal stories and important insights and information shared by twelve people facing early-onset Alzheimer’s disease and/or other neurodegenerative disorders. “Early-onset” means that symptoms appear before age sixty-five, usually when people are in their forties or fifties, but some as young as age thirty-five. The book is a project of the support network forMemory, a group that connects individuals and their families affected by early-onset Alzheimer’s and related diseases. Its aim is to increase emotional, spiritual, and physical wellbeing through actively and aggressively seeking ways toward prevention, slowing, and healing.
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