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When reasoning no longer works : a practical guide for caregivers dealing with dementia and Alzheimer's care

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Second edition, Larger Print Edition.

"Nearly five million families deal with Alzheimer's Disease and other forms of dementia on a daily basis. They do this with little training, and often only their good intentions guide them. When Reasoning No Longer Works is the training manual these family caregivers have been searching for. Written by a Gerontologist with more than twenty years of experience, this reference gives the reader an easy-to-understand view of what dementia does to the brain, how it is diagnosed, and most importantly, how to deal with its effects"--Cover, page 4.

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Bell Memorial Library - Nunda 616.831 SMI (Text)
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  • ISBN: 9781941528136
  • ISBN: 1941528139
  • Physical Description: 206 pages ; 21 cm
  • Edition: Second edition, Larger Print Edition.
  • Publisher: Colorado Springs, CO : Parker Hayden Media, [2017]

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"Nearly five million families deal with Alzheimer's Disease and other forms of dementia on a daily basis. They do this with little training, and often only their good intentions guide them. When Reasoning No Longer Works is the training manual these family caregivers have been searching for. Written by a Gerontologist with more than twenty years of experience, this reference gives the reader an easy-to-understand view of what dementia does to the brain, how it is diagnosed, and most importantly, how to deal with its effects"--Cover, page 4.
Subject: Alzheimer's disease.
Dementia.
Caregivers.
Alzheimer's disease.
Caregivers.
Dementia.


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