|About the Book|
As a fellow carer, I know exactly how you feel right now. Realizing that somebody you love is no longer able to fully look after themselves is very difficult. What makes it even harder, is watching them display behaviour you never would have thoughtMoreAs a fellow carer, I know exactly how you feel right now. Realizing that somebody you love is no longer able to fully look after themselves is very difficult. What makes it even harder, is watching them display behaviour you never would have thought possible... from the embarrassing outbursts, to hallucinations, paranoia, and violent behaviour, through to the lack of safety and security in the home as they lose their memory. “Its a big challenge, but there is hope...”Dementia is a big challenge, even for the bravest and strongest willed among us.That challenge becomes even bigger day by day, especially when basic tasks like eating, bathing, and dressing become a problem.You see, the situation is often made worse by the lack of information that exists about how best to care for your loved ones, meaning that your first point of call is often the local residential care home.However, you may not be ready for this step, and you may not be in a position to afford live-in care either. Youre not alone. In the UK, two thirds of dementia sufferers live at home, which means that a lot of carers are out there, just like you, dealing with this difficult situation. So, how do they cope? Well, thats what youre about to discover inside this practical guide, which is full of tried and tested information:How to identify primary and secondary symptoms of Dementia and Alzheimer’sAdditional tell-tale signs of Dementia and Alzheimer’s that are easily overlooked by mostAn effective way to understand the effects of Dementia from the sufferers eyesSpecific techniques to reassure and treat the dementia sufferer, despite their paranoia, anger, memory loss and other irrational behavioursQuestions a dementia sufferer needs to ask themselves, if theyre considering helpThe common stresses of a carer, and some practical, effective ways to deal with each of themThe hidden emotional needs of dementia sufferers and how to fulfil themThings a potential sufferer needs to ask their doctor on the first visitUnderstanding the medical treatments available, including the pros and cons of eachPlus many more tips and suggestions for daily care for the one you loveIf youre seeking a more affordable solution to residential or live-in care, then this is the resource youve been looking for. I cant promise you a cure for Dementia or Alzheimer’s, but I can promise you a much easier transition with a far higher quality of life for your loved one. Scroll and click ‘Buy Now’ to start reading. I want to see you on the inside because I have so much more to share with you.