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Understanding 'Senility': A Layperson's Guide

by Susan Thorton

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0932910424, Paperback)

Understanding "Senility" is designed to provide basic information about Alzheimer's disease and to help families who are dealing with a mentally impaired older person. In clear, understandable language, the book dispells myths about "senility," explores the early symptoms and later behavior patterns of Alzheimer's disease, and describes treatable conditions that are sometimes mistaken for Alzheimer's. Special emphasis is placed on the emotional needs of families. Compassionate suggestions are offered to help families cope with the painful changes they see in their loved one.

Understanding "Senility" has been described by reviewers as "perceptive," "informative," "refreshingly well-organized and stated," and containing "a wealth of helpful information" for laypersons struggling to understand a complex and difficult problem.

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