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Laughing in the Face of Alzheimer's
By: Marlene Jaxon
As caregiver to her mother, “Jinx,” author Marlene Jaxon discovered laughter and creativity to be her most powerful tools for easing the daily challenges of Alzheimer’s disease. With refreshing honesty and humor, she reveals the unique methods, strategies, and lessons gleaned from her professional experience in elementary school teaching and speech therapy. Along the way, she shares her uplifting story of how her familial bonds became strengthened through the common goal of making Jinx’s final years as joyful as possible. It is her fervent hope that their success story might help enhance the journey of fellow caregivers and the dependent souls in their care. AVAILABLE NOW ON AMAZON!
"Laughter is humanity's mechanism to escape suffering." - Deepak Chopra
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