A Kids Book About Alzheimers
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For Ages 5+
Alzheimer’s can be a big and scary-sounding word, especially if you know someone who has it. It’s a disease that affects every part of daily life and impacts everyone: those who have it and the people who love them. This book lets kids know what Alzheimer’s is and what it can look like, as well as offers support and encouragement for kids (and grownups) who love someone with Alzheimer’s.
Tanya Iovino (she/her) and Kiki Kouris (she/her) are passionate advocates for Alzheimer’s awareness and work to support those impacted by the disease. They honor the memory of their yiayia (grandmother) who passed away from Alzheimer’s in 2011. They hope this book brings you comfort.
Hardback Size: 8in. x 10in.
Printed in the USA
eBook Format: EPUB
eBook ISBN: 978-1-953955-51-7
eBook Compatibility: iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices
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Designed in Portland, Oregon
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I hope you love reading this book as much as I loved writing it! I hope that this book can be a resource for families dealing with a loved one's diagnosis. Even if your family doesn't know anyone with Alzheimer's or other related dementias, this can help your family have thought-provoking conversations. Kids are ready and resilient!
Such a well written book about a terrible disease. A quick and easy read for children to understand.
We received our copy about a month ago and this book is well written. Children can read this book and get an understanding for this disease. But writing it from the author’s personal experience can help teach adults what they may encounter and give them a direction of how to handle their situation.
Great book to easily communicate to kids about someone else’s experience and that they are not alone. Even educates adults on some things. Quick, easy, simple, impactful read!
I really enjoyed the process of being able to tell this story and help advocate for awareness for this disease. You are not alone in this experience, and I am so grateful to have provided this resources to children and adults!
Thank you for purchasing our book and hearing our story!!