Not Going Gently: A Psychologist Fights Back against Alzheimer’s for Her Mother. . .
and Perhaps Herself by Constance Vincent PhD
A poignant mother-daughter memoir, Not Going Gently fuses story and science together into a unique book. Constance L. Vincent, PhD, shares her mother’s personal experience living with Alzheimer’s, intertwined with her own professional research into the disease.
Print Length: 169 Pages
Genre: Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia
About The Author: Developmental psychologist Constance L. Vincent, PhD, earned her doctorate from the University of California, Irvine, after graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Ohio University. She taught developmental psychology as an associate professor at Chapman University and at Santa Clara University.
Vincent is the author of Not Going Gently, a medical memoir chronicling her mother’s fight with Alzheimer’s. The memoir was one of the few indie books honored by Kirkus Reviews and has been translated into Spanish. Vincent is also the editor of the English edition of Dr. Tom Wu’s Different Approach in Natural Healing.
Vincent and her husband, Ed, live in Menlo Park, California, where she volunteers for the Alzheimer’s Speaker Bureau and is a member of Peninsula Volunteers, a seniors’ support group. She and her husband enjoy travel, the opera, and their blended family of four daughters and twelve grandchildren. Their son died in 2015.
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