Missing Mary : A Crash Course in Alzheimer's Dementia
by J. McMullin


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Miss Mary--brilliant mathematician, former college professor and champion athlete--had the grace of a Southern lady. She was able to charm anyone who crossed her path, except for her doctor. He called her son to insist she could no longer live alone.  Read more...


 
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Miss Mary--brilliant mathematician, former college professor and champion athlete--had the grace of a Southern lady. She was able to charm anyone who crossed her path, except for her doctor. He called her son to insist she could no longer live alone. Miss Mary's latest little"spell"--a fall--was not the result of her spectator pumps, but likelyAlzheimer's dementia.
J. Keith McMullin's odyssey of caregiving begins with hilarious sceneof organizing "Bills & Pills," and continues with the frustrating daily realities of dealing with elder lawyers, family dynamics, and thoverwhelming pressures of caregiving while working fulltime in corporate America. Alzheimer's would erase Miss Mary's genius, her memory, and finally her life.
Health care executive McMullin stumbles through each step--and misstep--with humor and insight in a memoir offering a reminder that when life hands you lemons? Rim your martini glass with it and make it a double. Destined to make readers laugh out loud and cry . . .and ultimately cheer on the human spirit. A must-read guidebook for caregivers who are in an ever-expanding "club." One they never asked to join, but one in which they find themselves members nonetheless.



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  • ISBN-13: 9780997747836
  • ISBN-10: 0997747838
  • Publisher: Dragon Tree Books
  • Publish Date: November 2016
  • Page Count: 200
  • Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 0.46 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.49 pounds


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