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When your loved one has dementia; a simple guide for caregivers.


When your loved one has dementia; a simple guide for caregivers.

Ed. by Joy A. Glenner et al.

Johns Hopkins U. Press


137 pages




Staffers of Alzheimer's centers in San Diego emphasize techniques for interacting positively with a loved one with dementia. The practical information provided includes early warning signs, adaptions for daily living, ideas for shared activities, long-term care options, and reassurance. The handbook includes a home safety checklist, resources, and a glossary.

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Date:Nov 1, 2005
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