"A touching story of a husband's undying love. Pat Moffett offers hope and
comfort to patients, caregivers and anyone who must deal with Alzheimer's
disease in this agonizing tale, which is a testament to the endurance of the
-The New York Times Book Review
"With considerable polish and frankness, Moffett crystallizes the
issues surrounding Early Onset Alzheimer's, a disease that will
become increasingly prevalent as baby boomers move
through their 50s. Cathartic and cautionary."
"Ice Cream in the Cupboard takes the reader on the
tumultuous journey of one family's struggle with early onset
Alzheimer's disease. Mr. Moffett's soul-bearing account is
painfully honest and gives the reader a very personal
perspective of this insidious illness and its overwhelming
impact on all in its path."
-Barbara Vogel, Long Island Alzheimer's Foundation
"America's dark healthcare secret. Ice Cream in the
Cupboard is a wake-up call to caregivers, insurance
companies, and government agencies. Alzheimer's is a
looming issue that must be addressed."
-Dr. Vivekanand Palavali, author of A Mindful Life:
A brain surgeon's personal experiences and philosophical reflections on living fully
"With so few books aimed at helping families understand and
cope with the crippling effects of early onset Alzheimer's, Pat
Moffett's intimate memoir reveals the forgotten cost of the disease-
the devastating effect on families and loved ones of
those afflicted with it."
-Dr. Scott M. Davis, author of Living Jonathan's Life
2012-11-26 See Pat Moffett's book review in the Huffington Post