The promotional video for You Oughta Know: Acknowledging, Recognizing, and Responding to the Steps in the Journey Through Dementias and Alzheimer’s Disease (published in April 2014) gives the background of why I wrote this book and gives a brief summary of each of the chapters in the book.
As someone who experienced this journey first-hand with my mom and who, since her death, has been actively involved in providing support, counseling, and information, as well as just listening, to many people who are on this journey themselves or with loved ones, I discovered the need for a book like this.
It’s personal. It’s accessible. And it’s practical. There is no other book on the market like it.
If you don’t read another book on dementias and Alzheimer’s Disease, you should read You Oughta Know: Acknowledging, Recognizing, and Responding to the Steps in the Journey Through Dementias and Alzheimer’s Disease (available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle versions). It will be an invaluable resource that will help you and your loved ones tremendously as you walk the steps of this journey together.