Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer's Disease: A Christian Perspective
Clarify your thinking on an issue that can tear families apart!
Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer s Disease: A Christian Perspective is the touching story of a woman s daily struggles as a caregiver to her mother who suffers from Alzheimer s disease. You ll learn how God s presence in her life has helped her. You will also find practical day-to-day tips for living with a loved one suffering from senile dementia and how your spirituality can make the journey easier for both of you. This important guide provides an honest description of the emotions you may be forced to come to terms with while dealing with a loved one or parishioner with Alzheimer s disease and how God s presence in your life can help lift that burden.
Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer s Disease gives you firsthand accounts of the stages of pain, despair, acceptance, and victory that you may experience while caring for someone with Alzheimer s to let you know that what you are feeling is normal and that God will help you overcome these challenges. Alzheimer s disease often goes undetected until its later stages. This informative book renders a clear description of the disease, alerting you to the known warning signs of dementia, and preparing you for the possibility of such a diagnosis.
Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer s Disease is filled with tips and suggestions to make caring for your loved one easier for both of you, such as:
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