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Children's books to de-stigmatize dementia

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Children's books to de-stigmatize dementia

Postby NF52 » Tue Jul 02, 2019 5:34 pm

Thanks to Seattle member
rainy wrote:
for this link to the state of Washington's Dementia Action Collaborative, which has published a list of characteristics to look for in books about dementia for children, as well as recommendations of specific books, that would be helpful to children from preschool through middle school. As a former English teacher and lever of books for young children, I hope any good children's librarian can offer other examples, I think this could be a starting point for those who have children who are noticing difference in grandparents, favorite neighbors or others. Busting Dementia Stigma, One Children's Book at a Time
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