Top 25 Books on Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease – 2023 List

Here are 25 books that offer information, support, and guidance for individuals with dementia, their families, and caregivers:

  • “The 36-Hour Day” by Nancy L. Mace and Peter V. Rabins
  • “Contented Dementia” by Oliver James
  • “Learning to Speak Alzheimer’s” by Joanne Koenig Coste
  • “Dementia Reimagined” by Tia Powell
  • “Still Alice” by Lisa Genova
  • “Creating Moments of Joy Along the Alzheimer’s Journey” by Jolene Brackey
  • “Dancing with Dementia” by Christine Bryden
  • “Surviving Alzheimer’s” by Paula Spencer Scott
  • “The End of Alzheimer’s” by Dale Bredesen
  • “Living with Mild Cognitive Impairment” by Nicole D. Anderson, Kelly J. Murphy, and Angela K. Troyer
  • “Dementia Beyond Drugs” by G. Allen Power
  • “Dementia: The One-Stop Guide” by June Andrews
  • “The Alzheimer’s Solution” by Dean Sherzai and Ayesha Sherzai
  • “The Unforgettable Life of the Amnesic Patient, H.M.” by Suzanne Corkin
  • “The Memory Activity Book” by Helen Lambert and DK
  • “The Alzheimer’s Prevention & Treatment Diet” by Richard S. Isaacson and Christopher N. Ochner
  • “The Little Girl in the Radiator: A Personal Study of Alzheimer’s Disease” by Martin Slevin
  • “A Caregiver’s Guide to Lewy Body Dementia” by Helen Buell Whitworth and James A. Whitworth
  • “Dementia with Lewy Bodies and Parkinson’s Disease Dementia” by J. Eric Ahlskog
  • “The Alzheimer’s Antidote” by Amy Berger
  • “The Dementia Caregiver’s Little Book of Hope” by Karen Tyrell
  • “The Best Friends Approach to Alzheimer’s Care” by Virginia Bell and David Troxel
  • “Somebody I Used to Know” by Wendy Mitchell
  • “Before I Forget” by B. Smith and Dan Gasby
  • “The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are” by Brené Brown (Although not specifically about dementia, this book provides valuable insights for caregivers about embracing vulnerability and practicing self-compassion.)

These books offer a mix of practical advice, personal experiences, and scientific insights into dementia, helping readers better understand and navigate this challenging journey.


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