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The 36-Hour Day: A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease

Other Dementias, And Memory Loss, A Family Guide To Caring For People Who Have Alzheimer Disease

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  • What buyers say about The 36-Hour Day: A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease


    The book was recommended by my wife's doctor, who recently diagnosed her with a rare illness, and it's been a good read so far. Gonna be a long road to haul but so far the book had been a good read and hopefully... it will help me with the many


    It reassured us that we were on the right track, even though it didn't give us much guidance for the older caregivers in our situation.


    I have been recommended this book by my father's neurologist, as well as a support group I'm part of, for anyone dealing with aging parents or partners with memory and cognitive issues.


    It has made me more aware of what's going on in his brain and I'm no longer judgemetal.


    The information in this edition has been very helpful for my mother as she looks after my grandma with dementia, even though it seems as though she has a form of dementia that is rapid, so there hasn't been a lot of time from the beginning to where we are now.

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