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A wealth of information about the biomedical aspects of Alzheimer's disease (AD), the most prevalent dementia among people over age 65, stands in counterpoint to the lack of systematic inquiry around the lived experiences of people with AD. Thirteen (four women, nine men) people, recently diagnosed ...
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Rev. of Single Women: On the margins?, by Tuula Gordon
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A diagnosis of possible or probable Alzheimer's Disease has repercussions at any age, however, coping with this diagnosis at mid-life can be particulary challenging. This chapter explores the coping experiences of a middle-aged couple over a period of six months. A phenomenological hermeneutic appro...
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Technical report prepared for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown
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