Could it be Dementia?

Could it be Dementia?

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This book puts dementia into a Christian context, insisting that loss of memory or reason does not mean a person is worthless. Dementia is in the headlines on a daily basis. Much information is available but it is all factual with no spiritual content. Yet for Christians, dementia can raise questions unlike any other condition. Why does a godly old man begin to use language that has always been anathema to him? Why does a loving mother become stubborn, and suspicious? Where is God in all of this? This book offers information and reassurance gleaned from the extensive experience of Pilgrim Homes, a network of nine Christian care homes and a foundation going back to 1807.

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Author Louise Morse
Publishing Date 8-Mar
Publishing House Lion Hudson Plc
Binding Paperback

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Living Better Calm and contented, Connected and engaged, Dignity, Healthy, Practising Faith, Self-Identity and Self Worth, Understood

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Living Better Calm and contented, Connected and engaged, Dignity, Healthy, Practising Faith, Self-Identity and Self Worth, Understood
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