Aug 05
I Will Never Forget: A Daughter's Story of Dementia
Boomers Rock presents the ALZ-AllStarZ, an episode that shares the stories of awesome people doing incredible things to bring awareness to the freight train of the baby boomer generation, Alzheimer's disease.

Elaine Pereira is this month's guest. Her first book, "I Will Never Forget: A Daughter's Story of Her Mother's Arduous Journey Through Dementia" is a primer for anyone who would like insight into the journey of Alzheimer's. And she wants you to know that you are not alone.  This book was not on her life's bucket list.

This enlightening, and at some points emotional, conversation is filled with memories, tips and advice.  It opens the door to the big picture.  We need to, as a collective, build awareness and share stories so we all understand the depth of this situation.

Monies raised through the sale of Elaine's book go right to ALZ.org so keep that in mind when you buy it.

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