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When the Doctor Says "Alzheimer's"

by Betty Weiss

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Author writes of personal experience as caregiver for her husband with Alzheimer's. She addresses the psychological state of the caregiver (guilt, martyrdom, happiness) as well as diverse issues ranging from driving to personal care.
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"Written in layman's terms, this indispendable book for caregivers will support them from the first vague signs of the disease through every ensuing stage. It is not about medical and scientific issues, but what goes on in the home" --

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