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Alzheimer's Home Care Guide

Alzheimer's Home Care Guide

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Alzheimer's Home Care Guide

26 pagine
23 minuti
Mar 30, 2013


When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer's, the way they look at things will begin to change. The way that you look at things will also change as you assist them. As their memories fade away, someone will need to help them do the most basic of tasks. This book will help you to prepare for the life changing events that are about to take place. Having been a caregiver on both a personal and professional level, and after knowing several people who have passed on from this disease, it is my desire to help inform others about the steps they can take to keep the chaos at bay and enjoy each moment that is left. Because those moments are precious and they will carry you through after your loved one has passed on.

Mar 30, 2013

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Global Independent Digital Author, Poet & Publisher. Choose books of very diverse content from Children's, Poetry, Self-Help, Alzheimer's Quick Tips, to Dealing with Death, Romance, Sci-Fi and DIY as well as the Supernatural. With more than 20 years of experience working in Administration for publishing companies, I have applied this knowledge and my experiences to launch my own writing career as not only an Author & Poet but also as a Publisher. My goal is to consistently bring my experiences forward to assist others in need of encouragement. Books are Available NOW worldwide via multiple devices (Kindle, Android, iBookstore Googleplay, Sony, etc. as well as print on demand.) Currently only some of my books are available in print, all are delivered to wireless devices. Bringing encouragement to you wherever you are.

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Alzheimer's Home Care Guide - Elaine Kleid



Communicating with people that have Alzheimer’s is very different than having a normal everyday conversation. I would describe a conversation with an Alzheimer’s patient as random because people with Alzheimer’s often say and do very random things.

In order to deal with them effectively, it is important that you try to understand things from their perspective, instead of reacting to what they are saying or doing. This may seem strange, but it is better if you reason with them. Even though their reasoning is often very flawed.

I have written this book to provide you with information I gained during my experience as a caregiver of Alzheimer’s patients. I have written this so you can have the tools needed to assist someone that has Alzheimer’s, whether it’s a family member, friend or even a stranger, without having to read a book of 500 pages or more because that is what I was given to read. So I decided I would like to save you the emotional turmoil of struggling to find out what to do. There are some key things I learned as a caregiver that will help you to deal and interact with those who are affected by Alzheimer’s.


Erasing Memories And Its’ Changes


Identifying Behavioral Triggers


Validating Emotions

Identifying Triggers



Medication Issues

Protection Measures (Support System)

Embracing The Funny Moments

Tips For Caregiver Professionals

Time Management

Presentation & Organization

Enhance Productivity

Positive Focus

Reaching Out For Help

Avoiding Violent Triggers (Preventing Violent Behavior)

Arranging Care

When The One You Love Forgets You

Alzheimer’s diagnosis typically means that memories will slowly be erased. For some, this devastating disease becomes the main focus of their grief. My hope is to help you focus on the moments you share rather than on what your loved one cannot do or remember anymore.

Be Prepared For Changes In Your Life

Once Alzheimer’s is diagnosed, you will notice the

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