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The Shapes of Memory Loss: Stories, Poems and Essays from the University of Michigan Medical School and Health System
edited by Nan Barbas, Laura Rice-Oeschger and Cassie Starback
Michigan Publishing Services, 2013
Paper: 978-1-60785-292-6 | eISBN: 978-1-60785-293-3

“Shapes of Memory Loss” is a collection of poetry, fiction, and narrative written by and about people with cognitive impairment or dementia. The authors, all affiliated with the University of Michigan Health System, come forward to share their personal experience as they “navigate this unknown territory”. These pieces offer the reader a view into the often isolated and not fully understood journey that those with memory loss and cognitive impairment are on. The book serves as an educational and support tool for anyone who has been touched by dementia, memory loss, and other related disorders. Healthcare professionals will gain information and insight about these disorders presented from the perspective of patients and families affected by them.

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