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by Jane Kriete Awalt

  • ISBN: 1890689599
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Author: Jane Kriete Awalt
  • Subcategory: Diseases & Physical Ailments
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rio Grande Books (April 3, 2008)
  • Pages: 200 pages
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  • Rating: 4.4
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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and . Over and over we hear about that Stranger who comes, frequently at sundown, to take over her husband’s personality, a Stranger who begins t. .

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. her husband’s fifteen-year battle with Parkinson’s disease, Awalt kept a journal. Over and over we hear about that Stranger who comes, frequently at sundown, to take over her husband’s personality, a Stranger who begins to act out violently. During the final three months, when she knows she can no longer continue to care for him herself, Awalt goes daily to spend hours with him at the Medical Center.

by Jane Kriete Awalt. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9781890689599. Release Date:April 2008.

More than 1,000,000 people in the United States are living, struggling, and dying with Parkinson’s Disease - 50.For most of the last two years of her husband’s fifteen-year battle with Parkinson’s disease, Awalt kept a journal.

More than 1,000,000 people in the United States are living, struggling, and dying with Parkinson’s Disease - 50,000 more are diagnosed in this country every year. A personal journal of one family’s struggle with the progression of Parkinson’s Disease - One can understand the medicine and the treatment for this devasting disease, but nothing prepares one for living & dying with Parkinson’s; this journal takes the reader by the hand as this disease takes control of one man’s life.

A personal journal of one family's struggle with the progression of Parkinson's Disease - One can understand the medicine and the treatment for this devasting disease, but nothing prepares one for living dying with Parkinson's; this journal takes the reader by the hand as this.

A personal journal of one family's struggle with the progression of Parkinson's Disease - One can understand the medicine and the treatment for this devasting disease, but nothing prepares one for living dying with Parkinson's; this journal takes the reader by the hand as this disease takes.

This work is the personal journal of one family's struggle with the progression of Parkinson's.

More than 1,000,000 people in the United States are living, struggling, and dying with Parkinson's Disease. This work is the personal journal of one family's struggle with the progression of Parkinson's.

Parkinson's disease dementia (PDD) is dementia that is associated with Parkinson's disease (PD)

Parkinson's disease dementia (PDD) is dementia that is associated with Parkinson's disease (PD). Together with dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB), it is one of the Lewy body dementias characterized by abnormal deposits of Lewy bodies in the brain.

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Reviews about The Stranger Comes at Sundown: Living & Dying with Parkinson's Disease (7):
Anarawield
I purchased this book after many years of looking for a book on Parkinson's Disease that had information on a personal level.
All the books out there seem to be on a clinical level. It has been a very frustrating journey to find a book that will speak to you
about Parkinson's Disease on a daily basis. My father is a 5th Stage Parkinson's patient.. Jane Awalt's book is a blessing in disguise.
Jane journaled almost daily about the last two years of her husbands life on the battle of living and dying with Parkinson's.
Parkinson's disease is a cruel neurological disease. No two people go through it the same but, there are many commonalities
you will see as a Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and Dementia patient. When I opened her book to read I saw our life jumping off the pages at me. Parkinson's is like a for the lack of better terminology a guessing and chasing game with medications, dosing times, changes in behavior,
It is a very painful journey to walk through with a loved one.I highly recommend this book as a must read for doctor's, RN's, care personnel, and most of all director's of facility's, lay people and family members. This book will serve you well. Jane Awalt you are a blessing
and amazing caring for your husband. Your strength and courage amaze me. I am much more comfortable and know were my father is
in his disease. I am grieving now. May God Bless all of you out there dealing with Parkinson's.
Goldfury
Very touching and moving journal. Having a sister with parkinson who is in the late stages I know first hand what challenges there are with this disease. I admire Mrs. Await so much for her strength and devotion. Being a caretaker for someone who is in late stages of this disease and with dementia is truly challenging. I thank her so much for sharing this journal as it gives my family insight into what may be ahead. Hopefully she has found peace in her heart after all she endured.
Runeterror
The raw, true tale of a loving caregiver for her husband with Parkinson's Disease. As a caregiver of one with PD myself, it made me reflect on how I'm caring for my beloved, made me ache for this lady who didn't know about Sundowners, and wonder at her great inner strength. I also laughed about her occasional soaking baths and glasses of wine. I sooo can relate!

The honesty of Mrs. Awalt regarding the debilitating psychological side of Parkinson's Disease that is so rarely and openly spoken of is very refreshing. It is, in my estimation, much more of a hardship on the relationship and caregiving, in general, than the physical aspects of the disease, which is the focus of most doctors, including neurologists. I guess it is something they can see for themselves, where often our beloveds tend to perform well in doctor's office when called to the task until the disease is very advanced.
GEL
A CHILDHOOD FRIEND, JANE LIVED THIS LIFE WITH A DEARLY LOVED HUSBAND SUFFERING FROM PARKINSONS. SHE LIVED IT QUIETLY AND NOBLY AND ANYONE WHO HAS A LOVED ONE WITH THIIS DREADFUL DISEASE SHOULD READ THIS BOOK
Cointrius
Tough book to read, a tough life to live...as a caregiver to a spouse who has dementia. But for those associated with such victims of Parkinsons--and other dementia situations--it needs to be read.
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very depressing for someone who has Parkinson
Querlaca
This book was very helpful. My husband has Parkinson's and this book enlightened me on several issues and concerns about the disease.
I want to thank the author. I'm going through exactly what she experienced and it is so good to know that I'm not alone. My husband and I have been great friends but this awful time is often overwhelming.

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