Books we recommend: Surviving Alzheimer’s
Surviving Alzheimer’s, written by Paula Spencer Scott, is on the Alzheimer’s Coalition of Henderson County’s list of suggested reading materials.
What every family member of a loved one with dementia needs to know: How to help without sacrificing YOU. In Surviving Alzheimer’s you’ll find: The best, most current thinking on how to enhance quality of life and safety while minimizing stress on everyone involved.
- The “Why This, Try This” approach to understanding what’s behind odd, frustrating behaviors—and what you can do about them
- How to defuse resentment, guilt, anger, and family friction
- Lifesaving insights from a team of top dementia-care experts from geriatrics, psychiatry, social work, law, dementia therapy, and caregiver advocacy
- Stories and ideas from real families
All in a fast, scannable format, unlike any other Alzheimer’s guide, perfect for short-on-time caregivers.
Purchase Surviving Alzheimer’s from Amazon or wherever books are sold.
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