The main point of the story is the changing behaviors of one who has Alzheimer’s explained in terms a child can understand
Honolulu (PRWEB) July 14, 2014
Alzheimer’s disease is a scary situation for adults. Imagine being a child and trying to understand how the diagnosis affects the entire family.
Why Can’t Papa Remember My Name? is a resource for children on Alzheimer’s disease. The book teaches about the disease, that others are experiencing the same situation, and that mixed emotions are common and valid, all in language appropriate for children.
“The main point of the story is the changing behaviors of one who has Alzheimer’s explained in terms a child can understand,” Dr. Chang said.
As primary caregiver for her husband who had Alzheimer’s, Dr. Chang lived through the disease’s impact on young family members.
“Through my family’s experience, I observed the impact of this debilitating disease on family relationships, especially that of my grandson and his papa,” Dr. Chang said. “There were many resources on Alzheimer’s written for, about, and by adults, but books on the disease from a child’s perspective were limited.”
Why Can’t Papa Remember My Name? covers the confusion brought about by Alzheimer’s from a child’s point of view so young readers can understand what is happening and what they can do to help.
For more information, visit http://www.drjuvennachang.com.
Why Can’t Papa Remember My Name?
By Dr. Juvenna Chang
Available in softcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Trafford Publishing
About the author
Dr. Juvenna M. Chang has committed her life’s work to education. The primary caregiver for her husband, who had Alzheimer’s, she lived through the disease’s impact on family relationships. Dr. Chang supports the Alzheimer’s Society and lives with her family in Honolulu, Hawaii. Why Can’t Papa Remember My Name? is Dr. Chang’s first children’s book.
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