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“As a professional working in the dementia field, I found that “I’ll Have Some of Yours” beautifully captures the hidden joys that Annette discovers through her mother’s life lessons.” – Kristin Cooley, LISW-S, LCSW
“A must-have for your personal and professional library…Readers will see how family members and professional staff can work together to help create a meaningful life for persons with dementia. An important book.” – Jana Miller, Executive Director, Arden Courts, Cincinnati
“For anyone who is dealing with a loved one with Alzheimer’s or other dementia, this book could be the best gift ever…I felt I was reading about my own journey with my mother.” – Priscilla Groh, CDP, Founder & President, Cheering for Charity Foundation
“As a health care professional dedicated to exemplary dementia care, I was moved by Annette’s story and experience as a family caregiver. While every story is unique – like every individual and family on this journey – Annette captures the complex emotions common to many families faced with this disease. Her book is a touching personal narrative and example of unwavering commitment and love of family.” – Susan Gilster, PhD, RN, Gilster and Associates. Alois Alzheimer Center, founder, operator, 1987-2012.
“Annette Januzzi Wick takes us on a bittersweet journey with her mother sharing stories that show the miraculous power of music to impact the lives of those with dementia.” – Wayne “Woody” Mesker, Musician, Director of Outreach, Alive Inside Foundation, founder, Rock Against Dementia
“As in-home caregiver for my elderly father and with a father-in-law in a memory care facility, this book was just what I needed to read. Not only does the author share her trials of day-to-day care for her aging mother, but she also describes her personal journey as their relationship evolves. Skillfully weaving childhood memories with everyday challenges, she truly describes the circle of life and brings the reader along for the ride. For busy caregivers, find time to read this book. You may just start loving more and “caring” less.” – Barb Cooper, Founder, Cincinnati Food Tours.