A hard copy of this manual is available to borrow at the Buck Memorial Library. Additionally, you can get a FREE download by going to www.daanow.org.
This user-friendly guide is grounded in science and the lived experience of people diagnosed with dementia and care partners. It provides:
Essential information, tips, and advice for people experiencing cognitive changes.
Insights for family, friends, and care partners.
Pathways to Well-Being with Dementia is written by Beth Baker and Karen Love, long time journalist and CEO of the Dementia Action Alliance, with input, lived experience, and professional expertise from 48 individuals diagnosed with dementia, care partners, and leading dementia specialists - including Susan Wehry, M.D., Associate Professor at the University of New England and Lead for the AgingME: Geriatric Workforce enhancement Program.