Healthy Living

Alzheimer's: Writing on the Edge of Forgetfulness

More Books

There are many books about Alzheimer’s and how the disease affects the person and those around him. Many of these books are great standalone novels themselves. However, most of them are also great literary works that can lend much-needed support to those who are currently struggling with the early stages of the disease, whether it be to understand the condition and provide solace in times of turmoil, or for those who are providing care to a person in the advanced stages of the said condition. Other great examples are Matthew Thomas’ We Are Not Ourselves, Alice Munro’s The Bear Came Over The Mountain, and Jonathan Franzen’s The Corrections, to name a few.