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Through the Wilderness of Alzheimer’s

Into the Wilderness

 A book of hope for patients and their loved ones. 
Robert and Anne Simpson

Nearly five million Americans have Alzheimer's disease, a debilitating neurological disorder affecting the memory that places great stress on sufferers as well as caregivers.  164 pages  


 Despite the difficulties Alzheimer's presents, Robert and Anne Simpson insist that there is hope for patients and their loved ones; hope that if we are willing to face our fears, accept our fate, and help each other as best we can, we will find companionship and courage on the journey.

In telling the story of their journey into Alzheimer’s, the Simpsons offer families accurate, firsthand information about the disease, as well as support and practical help for patients and caregivers. Their dramatic story, told from both of their perspectives, uses journal entries, conversations, letters, and prayers to trace the onset, diagnosis, and treatment of Robert's condition.

All who are trying to find a way through the wilderness of Alzheimer's will find understanding, compassion, practical advice, and spiritual hope in this story. Great resource for small groups. (See Curriculum.) 

Robert and Anne Simpson
164 pages  $15.00
ISBN: 978-0-9895277-1-2


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