There is only one Henry Watts. Informed by intelligence, intuition, experience, and love, Henry goes into the heart, soul — and, yes, mind — of the Alzheimer’s patient and quells the confusion, puts order and purpose into a life cerebrally derailed by this disease. The upshot of Henry Watts and his care is an aging process filled with joy, laughter, and the peopling of solitude.
The laughter sometimes floats all the way down the hallway of her apartment. The dining room table is filled with love letters from my Dad. The refrigerator is filled with good, healthy food, arranged just so. How could it ever, ever get better than this?
~ Elizabeth, Renee’s Daughter