DEMENTIA

DEMENTIALAND

MEMORY LOSS

ALZHEIMER

AGING PARENTS

Dementialand™ 2007-2015

Dementialand © 2018

© 2016 by Wonders In Dementialand

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There is another side of dementia no one is talking about
WONDERS IN DEMENTIALAND
There is another side of dementia no one is talking about
Suzka is a Painter, Writer, Author and Speaker 

Finally, a story about dementia that is a breadth of fresh air.

Today more than 47.5 million people are living with dementia. Multiply that number by the family members and caregivers directly affected by dementia, day in and day out and you have a universe of people looking for some relief, something positive, possibly the other side.

 

“I took notes when I took care of my mother who had dementia, thousands of notes. Some to my surprise were rather profound insights. I might not have realized it at the time, but I was writing the book on dementia that I couldn’t find but wanted to read. Ahhh, the wonders I found while living in Dementialand with my mother.”    

– Suzka

- Once in a awhile, you get to read a story that takes a topic that is very important and very universal, that everyone can relate to and look at it from a completely different angle; that is what the author did in Wonders In Dementialand. Suzka has such an original view on things, that is completely unique.

There is not one page in this book that I thought I had read somewhere in a similar way... zip, nada never happened

– Every page is an adventure, a wild carnival ride through surreal conservations, funny characters, tenderness and artistic observations.

 

– I love this book because of its attitude. Suzka delivers a funny uplifting portrait of dementia full of hope and joy. Dementia comes alive for us and becomes a lover, a friend, a place we too can enter.

 

– Suzka writes with an animated voice and keenly observed details. – I started reading and waited patiently to get bored. It never happened... I stayed for a great experience in literature.