Paperback and Kindle versions available



Does your husband have dementia?

Do you feel overwhelmed and alone in your experience?

Caring for a Husband with Dementia is for all women  who care for a husband/partner/lover diagnosed with dementia or a related disorder. It will be of help to anyone who cares for someone with dementia. If you are like the women in the Wife Caregiver Project, you will benefit from learning more about your husband’s condition and how it affects you. Don’t miss out on the companion mobile APP, Dementia Caregiver Solutions for iOS 8.

Available in select stores in Winnipeg and Gimli.


What others are saying about “Caring for a Husband with Dementia”:

“Good work. A much needed book.”  – Merrilee, Caregiver

“This small outstanding book is thoughtful, well-written and comprehensive. It contains a wealth of helpful information for caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s. It includes discussions of dealing with one’s feelings as well as an abundance of practical, down-to-earth helpful tips”.
– Marie Marley, PhD (Come Back Early Today)

“I have read this book, and find it to be well written, yet easy to follow, while containing a wealth of information for those wives caring for spouses with dementia. I found especially helpful, the author’s careful descriptions of difficult behaviours encountered in Dementia, how to effectively deal with those behaviours, and how to access resources and assistance.The book’s detailed content reflects the expertise, and experience of the author, and I would therefore highly recommend it, not only to wives of spouses with Dementia, but to all who have an interest in Dementia.”  
– Lynda Greaves, Retired Nurse

4.0 out of 5 stars
April 16 2015 by Anne Lawless
“This should be a mandatory read for anyone about to start the Dementia journey with their spouse. And their family! Angela tells you where to turn for help and how to ask for it. As I was reading this book I couldn’t help but think that this a one self help book that should be read by every member of the family. Caring for a man you love and who is becoming a stranger is a daunting commitment. And this book explains so many of the things you worry about . And how to deal with it! Everything you wanted to know but didn’t know where to find the answers.”


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Alternatively, contact Angela, the author, for other ways to get a copy of the book.


16 Chapters are presented in three parts:

Part One – Introductory Information About Dementia

1. Knowing Something Isn’t Right
2. Getting a Diagnosis
3. Understanding Dementia

Part Two – Emotional Considerations

4. Understanding Caregiving
5. Personal Power Grid
6. Asking for Help
7. Practical and Emotional Support
8. How to Avoid Caregiver Burnout
9. Improving Self-Esteem
10. Long-Term Care Placement
11. Loss, Grief and Bereavement

Part Three – Practical Tips

12. A New Way of Communicating
13. When to Consult a Physician
14. Coping with Difficult Behaviours
15. Abuse and Neglect

The Wife Caregiver Project has helped women feel more confident in their abilities. They have gained greater insight and are better able to accept their situation. Their caregiver burden has been reduced. The program was developed by Angela G. Gentile, a clinical social worker. The most pertinent findings are shared within these pages, in order to support wives like you who may be feeling stressed or uncertain about their futures.

Care to Age Press
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Questions or marketing inquiries, contact Angela.



Angela G. Gentile, M.S.W., R.S.W. is a specialist in aging who has more than 25 years of experience working with older adults and their families in a variety of capacities. She has worked in private practice, long-term care, home care, health care and non-profit organizations. She is a realistic optimist who lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba with her husband and two children.



2 thoughts on “Books

  1. Kym Cuthill says:

    As a fellow social worker and friend, just wanted you to know that I am very proud of you. What an accomplishment!
    Brooke and I are looking forward to coming to McNally Robinson on April 16th to be part of your book launch. Perhaps the author will sign my copy of her book?
    Congratulations! Looking forward to reading (and using) this important family resource.


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