The Alzheimer's Sourcebook for Caregivers
Frena Gray-Davidson has lived and worked with people with Alzheimer's for eight years. She is the Director of SHACTI (Self-Help Alzheimer's Caregivers' Training and Information), a non-profit Alzheimer's education organization established in 1989, and has been a longtime support-group facilitator for the Alzheimer's Association. The Alzheimer's Sourcebook for Caregivers is a fact-based, hands on, caregiving book written by an in-home Alzheimer's caregiver. It is uniquely able to help you understand what is happening to the person with Alzheimer's. That in turn, helps you learn the essentials of caregiving:
- How to find solutions to your daily problems.
- How to deal with difficult behaviors.
- How to make this complex time more rewarding for both of you.
Frena Gray-Davidson helps you work through the personal issues around caregiving so that you and the person you care for can come to a place of peace and resolution. You will learn to recognize and manage stress, find out how to help yourself, get help from outside, and nurture your own well-being.
Using her own experience and that of hundreds of other home caregivers, Frena Gray-Davidson presents you with the resources to be protective, concerned, and nurturing, and to accept and grow in your new role.
"Written in a simple no-nonsense style, this is a thoroughly enjoyable read. For the Caregiver it literally could be a life-saver!" The Sunday Oregonian
"A treasury of inspiration and common sense to caring for a person with Alzheimer's disease." Clive Evers, Director of Information and Education, Alzheimer's Disease Society
You can now order the book listed below directly on the Internet from Lake Solitude Media's Alzheimer's Bookstore in affiliation with Amazon.com Books. Click on the link below.