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What’s your favorite culture change book?

Yesterday the world got its first opportunity to own Bill Thomas’ Tribes of Eden. As we celebrate a new book that’s been inspired by Culture Change advocates, we had to wonder – what book has inspired you? What text would you recommend to others to provide different insight into the world of aging? Dementia? Person directed care? What books have led to lively discussions? Tell us about your good reads so we can share those titles and genres with our Green House network of readers.


2 thoughts on “What’s your favorite culture change book?

  1. “Still Alice” by Lisa Genova provides an insightful, realistic portrayal of early onset Alzheimer’s. It’s a book that will change you, and one you won’t want to put down. This novel reminds us that we MUST meaningfully engage those living with this disease. Tissues not included.

  2. “What Are Old People For?” – Should be mandatory reading for anyone walking the path of culture change. What inspiration and insight!!!

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