Here is everything you really need to know about
Alzheimer's disease all in one place...
Even though we haven't met personally, I know a few things about you...
1) You are very concerned and worried about someone close to you who already has Alzheimer's, or is starting to show early warning signs.
2) You want the best for your family, and would do anything to discover how to help your loved one and your family cope as best as possible through this life changing situation.
How do I know these things?
Because I have been exactly where you are now!
Like you, Alzheimer's disease has touched my life deeply. My Grampa Ernie had Alzheimer's.
When he was officially diagnosed at age sixty-seven, it broke our hearts.
We had no idea what Alzheimer's disease really was... what the future held for him... or how it would affect his life (or ours).
What the latest research shows about the most effective ways to slow the progression of Alzheimer's. You'll discover some common nutritional supplements that give back mental focus, youthful spirit and also protect against memory loss.
The Family Guide to Alzheimer's Disease:
5 Volume Set
"As people with dementia and families journey through the different phases of Alzheimer's Disease, this video series can be a very helpful resource. It has lots of practical information and knowledge that can benefit someone facing Alzheimer's Disease. Professionals and families share their insights on how to do deal more effectively with the challenges of dementia." --Kathleen O'Brien, Senior Vice President Program & Community Services, Alzheimer's Association
For many families, Alzheimer's means a gradually diminishing quality of life both for the sufferer and caregivers. All too often, the disease has led to isolation and even a certain social stigma. It can impose psychological and emotional burdens just as heavy as the physical one. The Family Guide to Alzheimer's Disease was created to help families understand what to expect; deal effectively with the challenge of this disease; help their loved ones meet each day more successfully; and enhance the quality of life for all involved.
This series is an excellent resource full of compassionate, helpful information, that covers the whole Alzheimers disease process.
It is very professionally produced, but is very sensitive in how the information is shared. This series has been very helpful, not only to my Dad as a primary caretaker of my Mom, but also to us as the children & family of an Alzheimers patient.
This series shares not only "facts" about this disease, but uses actual caretakers who share with the viewers tips and ideas that make taking care of your loved one less difficult, and more rewarding.
We highly recommend this resource to anyone looking for help in coping with this disease!