CHADIS Resources for Families

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Where the Lilies Bloom -- by Vera Cleaver, Bill Cleaver (Authors) (Book - Child)

"Mary Call has promised her dying father to keep her brother and sisters together forever on the mountain, and never take any from strangers. She is determined to keep her word. No matter what. At...

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Age groups: School Age (6-12), Adolescence (13-21)

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Concepts of Alzheimer Disease: Biological, Clinical, and Cultural Perspectives -- by Jesse Ballenger, Konrad Maurer, Peter Whitehouse (Authors) (Book)

"As the essays in this volume show, conceptualizing dementia has always been a complex process. With contributions from noted professionals in psychiatry, neurology, molecular biology, sociology,...

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Age groups: Adulthood (22+)

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Someone I Love Has Alzheimer's Disease (Video)

"Kids aged 7 through 15 who are caring for and coping with a loved one suffering from this confusing disorder share their thoughts and feelings, as well as practical advice."--Injoy Video

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Age groups: School Age (6-12), Adolescence (13-21)

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Ane Arundel County Department of HEalth (Program)

A program in the division of Community Outreach in the Anne Arundel County Department of Health.

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http://www.aahealth.org

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Regeneration Project (Service Provider)

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Age groups: Toddlerhood (1-3), Adulthood (22+), Preschool/Kindergarten (3-5), School Age (6-12), Adolescence (13-21), Infancy (<1)

Offices:
Rengeneration Project: 5301 Harford Road, 2nd Floor, Baltimore MD 21214, 410-254-6175, 410-254-6175
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A Better Woman : A Memoir of Motherhood -- by Susan Johnson (Author) (Book - Parent)

"Before she had children, Australian novelist Johnson believed that she could easily juggle pen and paper with formula and nappies. But the real story here is not so much her attempt to manage...

Ages 13 years and up.

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Hope and Healing: A Caregiver's Guide to Helping Young Children Affected by Trauma -- by Betsy Groves, Kathleen Rice (Authors) (Book - Parent)

"The US Department of Health and Human Services reports that close to 1 million children a year are identified as victims of maltreatment. In addition, the National Clearinghouse of Child Abuse and...

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Age groups: Toddlerhood (1-3), Preschool/Kindergarten (3-5)

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The Hope Tree: Kids Talk About Breast Cancer -- by Laura Numeroff, Wendy Harpham, David McPhail (Authors) (Book - Child)

"Cuddly animal characters lay it on the line in the opening note of The Hope Tree: Kids Talk About Breast Cancer by Laura Numeroff and Dr. Wendy Harpham, illus. by David McPhail: "Once a week we play...

Ages 4 years - 10 years.

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Mother Father Deaf: Living Between Sound and Silence -- by P Preston (Author) (Book - Parent/Child)

Product Description ""Mother father deaf" is the phrase commonly used within the Deaf community to refer to hearing children of deaf parents. These children grow up between two cultures, the Hearing...

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Age groups: Adulthood (22+), School Age (6-12), Adolescence (13-21)

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Final Exit (Book - Parent)

Adult book, explains how a dying person can end their life if suffering is unbearable. Goes into laws, ethics, drugs, etc.

Ages 15 years - 90 years.

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