Children's books can open a door when dementia takes hold

06/18/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

When Betty Woodruff's dementia progressed to the point where she could no longer play bridge and most other games that she loved, her daughter Rosemary brought out beloved children's books the family had kept through the years. Her mother enjoyed the books and simple stories and still plays bingo, her daughter says, well enough even to cheat at it on occasion.

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