Alzheimer's disease is a progressive form of dementia that kills brain cells, leading to continual loss of memory, intellectual capacity, and eventual death. Sadly, no treatment has been found to stop its progression. Living with Alzheimer's Disease: A Complete Guide to Caring for Someone with Alzheimer's provides a valuable resource for individuals struggling with the effects of Alzheimer's and those who care for them.
This book is filled with current information to help sufferers and their caretakers understand the many facets and stages of the disease. It explains initial signs that there may be a problem, diagnosis, the different stages, symptoms and suggestions for coping with them, and varied treatment plans, including helpful diet modifications. It compassionately provides insights into this debilitating condition and the anguish felt by both those afflicted and those who care for them.
The ongoing struggle with Alzheimer's takes an enormous physical and emotional toll on those who are touched by it, whether directly or indirectly. This book offers an opportunity to make the most of your time.