In her poignant memoir, Cynthia Young shares her story of love and devotion as she learns how to care for four family members stricken with Alzheimer's disease over a ten-year period.
Young narrates a journey filled with laughter, challenges, and sorrow as she commutes from California to Michigan to care for her mother, two aunts, and a cousin. She provides insight into how the disease progresses and gradually destroys the memory and abilities to learn, reason, make sound judgments, communicate, and carry out daily activities.
A portion of the proceeds from this book will be directed to the Alzheimer's Association
Twins Nala and Nick ask questions, when their beloved grandmother has trouble recognizing them and can't remember their names.
After they are told she has Alls Hi Mers (Alzheimer's) disease; a disease that affects a person's memory, the children learn more about it.
Find out what they learned and how they used their new knowledge to care for their Grammy.