"When Alzheimer’s Touches A Family" there are many things set into motion. Family members have had to give up jobs to stay at home and care for their loved one – they have relinquished active life-styles to step into the roll of a caregiver. They often times have to deal with depression and anxiety themselves. They sometimes become afraid for their loved one and for themselves. When they have questions, often times the medical world cannot or does not have the time to answer them. Because this book is written from a caregiver point of view and with you the caregiver in mind, you will have access to knowledge that many families, before you, have not had in their battle with Alzheimer’s/Dementia.
When Alzheimer’s Touches A Family will answer many of your questions. It will help you understand the disease process and how to deal with various aspects of the disease to make life more meaningful for the loved one with the disease and for you as the caregiver.
You will be given tools that will enable you to know how to choose a place for the care of your loved one when that is no longer an option, but a necessity for you.
There are also stories in When Alzheimer's Touches A Family that will help you to know you are not alone in the struggles and challenges you face and will face. These stories will aid you in better relating to your loved one and the situations they and you may find yourselves.
As you read, think of how you want your loved one cared for each day for the rest of his or her life and use the information in this book to insure they receive that care.
As you read this book, think of how you want your loved one to be cared for each day for the rest of his or her life, and use the information in this book to ensure they receive that care.
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