My son mentioned that this book - 'I'm Still Here' by John Zeisel - had been recommended as an inspiring read at a course he attended - not a course about Alzheimer's. I read the reviews on Amazon and decided to buy it there and then. I've only read the first chapter so far but the whole book is about a very positive, person-centred approach to the business of caring for people with dementia. I'll try to reserve judgement until I've read the whole book, but so far I'm very impressed. It looks like the book that everyone should read.
Anyone with a Kindle can try a free sample (which will probably be the first chapter that I've read).