As Molly Brown spirals down into the deep darkness that is Alzheimerís disease, her daughter Pamela accompanies her, stumbling to learn the dos, the doníts and the how tos of loving and caring for her ailing mother in Battling Alzheimerís.
A concise self-help book, Battling Alzheimerís outlines for the new caregiver daily out of control Alzheimerís scenarios with which he can identify and practical advice which can help him make it through the next overwhelming day. Molly and Pamelaís exceptionally close mother-daughter bond provides true poignancy, while their raw struggles in the middle of an inexplicable untamable disease make it real: "Yes," the reader says, "someone gets what is happening in my life!"
A stay-at-home mother of five, now grandmother of one, with a before children life as an ad agency creative director, advertising producer, and part-time photographer, Pamela Wilson lives in the same small community where she was raised. A communications graduate of the University of Tennessee, Pamela, following her professional career, has continued to be involved in her community in a volunteer capacity serving as President of her childrenís school parentís council and alum board, President of the Chattanooga Bar Auxiliary, President of Lookout Mountainís Fairyland Club along with serving in various positions with the Junior League of Chattanooga, the Childrenís Nutrition Program of Haiti and Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church.
When she can, Pamela enjoys traveling with her family and playing tennis with her friends. She and her husband Randy reside in their now empty nest on Lookout Mountain, TN.
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