|According to the Alzheimer's Association of America, nearly 4 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer's - and nearly 19 million family members are effected by this unpredictable and misunderstood disease.
For six years Janet Stone became the primary caretaker of her parents and their home. During this time, Janet was filled with exhaustion and, ironically, pure energy and joy. From that experience Ms. Stone wrote the book, My Parents and Alzheimer's: A Daughter's Story - a detailed account of a middle-aged married daughter's creative relationship with her parents' dying process. "All who are facing similar challenges will find this book helpful. The author portrays, often with humor, her resolve to turn tragedy into vibrant life."
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