Lions Alzheimer’s Foundation supports new children’s book to better explain dementia
One of the fastest growing diseases in Australia, Alzheimer’s is now the second largest cause of death.
Research into the causes and prevention of Alzheimer’s has never been more important and Lions Alzheimer’s Foundation is committed to raising awareness and the much-needed funds to support this vital work.
The Foundation has recently teamed up with celebrity chef Maggie Beer to contribute to a national breakthrough book: A children’s picture book about living well with dementia.
Dancing with Memories is written by Sally Yule and illustrated by Cheryl Orsini.
Professor Martins was West Australian of the Year 2010 and Maggie Beer was Senior Australian of the Year. They collaborated on the successful Recipes for Life book, published in 2019.
In the book, Professor Martins provides expert advice with a dementia Q&A and Maggie contributes recipes for healthy children’s food.
The book is available at: www.dancingwithmemories.com.au or email email@example.com
Part proceeds go to the Lions Alzheimer’s Research Foundation and the Maggie Beer Foundation, raising funds to support vital research in aged care and dementia.