Books and DVDs Available Free to Dementia Caregivers

by | May 11, 2021 | Featured Resource, Resources

Select from a list of books and DVDs available to dementia caregivers.
If you live in the United States and are caring for someone living with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, we want to send you a free book or DVD. Or, if you know someone who is providing care, please request a free resource for you to share with them. These resources may be a tool to get you and your family and friends talking about the Alzheimer’s journey and how you can support each other during this challenging season.

Currently, we have the following books and DVDs available free to dementia caregivers:

  • “Creating Moments of Joy, 5th Edition” … one of our personal favorites, a practical and hopeful book by Jolene Brackey.
  • “Still Alice” … either the book by Lisa Genova or a DVD of the movie starring Julianne Moore. (She won the Best Actress Oscar for this role.)
  • “What’s Happening to Grandpa?” … a story by Maria Shriver to help young children begin to understand about Alzheimer’s.

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. Lisa

    Looking for care guidance in caring for my 94-year-old granny who has progessing dementia/Alzheimer’s signs but never been diagnosed professionally.

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    • Eric Kolb

      Your love for your granny is so sweet, and that love will help guide your care for her. We suggest doing what you can to make her feel comfortable and confident, focusing on her best long-term memories. We’re sending you a copy of “Second Forgetting” and we think the book will help and encourage you on your journey.

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  2. Sandra Bernier

    My 91 year old mother is resentful without cause with people in her social circle. She is having false memories that feed her anger and resentment. My father is her caregiver and is having difficulty dealing with her attitude with their friends from church. I’m looking for sources for guidance for him.

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    • Eric Kolb

      We’re so sorry. Behavioral changes can be a great burden to caregivers. Friends from church could be a great source of support if they are able to understand what is going on with their friend now living with dementia. “Creating Moments of Joy” provides real examples and practical advice. “Second Forgetting” is also filled with practical advice, especially within the context of a church community.

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