Every other month on the third Tuesday (fourth this month!), join friends old and new to discuss a work of non-fiction, memoir, or maybe even fiction on a topic that is related to aging, caregiving, death, and dying.
This month, we will be reading and discussing The Problem of Alzheimer’s by Jonathan Karlawish, which is “part case studies, part meditation on the past, present and future of the disease.” From discussing the road from little known illness to prevalent diagnosis, the book talks about what could have been done earlier by the medical industry as well as what individuals can do now to prepare for a life that will likely be touched by Alzheimer’s in some way. RSVP to find out more about our in-person gathering.
Discussion Leader: Leslie Rowley
You can find the book at your favorite online retailer or brick and mortar bookstore.