Conversations with Ed – Waiting for Forgetfulness: Why are We So Afraid of Alzheimer’s Disease?

Conversations with Ed Waiting for Forgetfulness: Why are We So Afraid of Alzheimer's Disease?Conversations with Ed – Waiting for Forgetfulness: Why are We So Afraid of Alzheimer’s Disease?
by Ed Voris, Nader Shabahangi, and Patrick Fox,in collaboration with Sharon Mercer
Elders Academy Press (2009)

126 pages, $25.50 Hardcover, $19.50 Softcover, plus shipping; $9.95 eBook – ePub & Mobi

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How can we not be afraid of Alzheimer’s Disease? How can we not dread aging? By posing these questions we are invited alternate ways of seeing Alzheimer’s disease as well as aging. In so doing we do not want to minimize the suffering that people may experience watching a loved one become forgetful. Nor do we want to minimize that becoming forgetful and growing old can be pain processes. Rather, Conversations with Ed wants to create a positive cultural space for people with dementia, for those who accompany them on their journey and for those who fear being afflicted with it.

Read more about Conversations with Ed in this article, “Consensus Smiles” by Sally Gelardin, Ph.D. on the AgeSong Today blog.

 

Conversations with Ed – Waiting for Forgetfulness: Why are We So Afraid of Alzheimer’s Disease?
by Ed Voris, Nader Shabahangi, and Patrick Fox,in collaboration with Sharon Mercer
Elders Academy Press (2009)

126 pages, $25.50 Hardcover, $19.50 Softcover, plus shipping; $9.95 eBook – ePub & Mobi

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