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Book Cover Image: Finding the Joy in Alzheimers: Caregivers Share the Joyful Times Finding the Joy in Alzheimer's: Caregivers Share the Joyful Times
by Brenda Avadian
Paperback (January 2002)

When you consider the seriousness of a memory-robbing disease that takes away loved ones piece-by-piece, how can so many find the JOYs? "We laugh so we won't cry," explain many of the caregivers who share their memories in this first volume by Brenda Avadian, M.A. As you read these stores, written by caregivers from ages 10 to 85, you too will experience the love, bittersweet moments and the joy of caring for friends and family who are victims of this disease. Finding the JOY in Alzheimer's will bring comfort and humor to overwhelmed and weary caregivers. Laugh as you read how others live day-to-day, survive the holidays, visit nursing homes, cope with husbands who forget their wives, and more! Finding the JOY in Alzheimer's . . . Your Rx to laughter and a Heart filled with JOY!
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Book Cover Image: Wheres my shoes? My Fathers Walk Through Alzheimers "Where's my shoes?" My Father's Walk Through Alzheimer's
by Brenda Avadian
Paperback - 306 pages (May 2005)

"Where's my shoes?" is a poignant and sometimes humorous journey that will give comfort to caregivers of dementia patients and the elderly. It was designed to increase the caregivers' strengths, insights and awareness of their options -- and to reduce the feelings of loneliness that can overwhelm the families involved. It will inspire those who are currently caring for Alzheimer's patients, and help to answer the many questions of those about to take on the responsibility.
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Book Cover Image: The 36-Hour Day : A Family Guide to Caring for Persons With Alzheimer Disease, Related Dementing Illnesses, and Memory Loss in Later Life The 36-Hour Day : A Family Guide to Caring for Persons With Alzheimer Disease, Related Dementing Illnesses, and Memory Loss in Later Life
by Nancy L. Mace, Peter V. Rabins
Mass Market Paperback - 512 pages Revised edition (April 2001)

Readers will find in the third edition of The 36-Hour Day the latest information on: the financing and delivery of care in today's health care marketplace; the genetics of Alzheimer disease, which has special importance for family members who may be concerned about their risk of developing the disease; recent trends in research on the treatment of Alzheimer and about other dementia-causing diseases; new drug treatments which hold promise for improving the quality of life for persons with dementia; testing people for Alzheimer disease; eating and nutrition; assisted living facilities and hospice care; recent books, videos, and websites where families can find educational or comforting information; the addresses, telephone numbers, and websites of Alzheimer organizations and state agencies on aging.
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Book Cover Image: Your Name is Hughes Hannibal Shanks: A Caregivers Guide to Alzheimers (Paperback) Your Name is Hughes Hannibal Shanks: A Caregivers Guide to Alzheimer's (Paperback)
by Lela Knox Shanks, Steven H. Zarit
Paperback - 193 pages (January 1999)

When the doctors told Lela Shanks that Alzheimer's would render her husband totally helpless, she was given no instructions on how to manage his disease at home. It was understood that Alzheimer's patients were destined for institutional care. Undaunted, she cared for Hughes at home for the next thirteen years until his peaceful death in 1998. In Your Name Is Hughes Hannibal Shanks, Lela Shanks sets forth the knowledge and wisdom that made all the difference.
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Book Cover Image: Your Name is Hughes Hannibal Shanks: A Caregivers Guide to Alzheimers (Hardcover) Your Name is Hughes Hannibal Shanks: A Caregivers Guide to Alzheimer's (Hardcover)
by Lela Knox Shanks, Steven H. Zarit
Hardcover - 193 pages (November 1996)

When the doctors told Lela Shanks that Alzheimer's would render her husband totally helpless, she was given no instructions on how to manage his disease at home. It was understood that Alzheimer's patients were destined for institutional care. Undaunted, she cared for Hughes at home for the next thirteen years until his peaceful death in 1998. In Your Name Is Hughes Hannibal Shanks, Lela Shanks sets forth the knowledge and wisdom that made all the difference.
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Book Cover Image: Alzheimers - Finding the Words: A Communication Guide for Those Who Care Alzheimer's - Finding the Words: A Communication Guide for Those Who Care
by Harriet Hodgson
Paperback (May 1995)
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Book Cover Image: Getting Through: Communicating when someone you care for has AD Getting Through: Communicating when someone you care for has AD
by Harriet Hodgson
Paperback (November 1986)


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Book Cover Image: Losing Lou-Ann Losing Lou-Ann
by Clinton A. Erb
Paperback (July 1996)

This book delves into the world of living with a person suffering from a terminal illness. Lou-Ann declines from being a bright 43 year old woman into having the mind of a three year old in only one year. She is finally diagnosed with Pick's Disease, an illness silimar to Alzheimer's.
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Book Cover Image: Show Me the Way to Go Home Show Me the Way to Go Home
by Larry Rose
Paperback - 140 pages (October 1995)

Larry Rose was a vital, gifted engineer in his forties when Alzheimer's struck. In this first-person account, Rose shares his heartbreaking and sometimes heartwarming skirmishes with a disease he has been battling since its diagnosis in 1992. His resilience, courage, and optimism are phenomenal as he copes with the anger, fear, and loneliness of an illness that is stealing his mind.
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Book Cover Image: Living with Alzheimers: Overcoming Common Problems Living with Alzheimers: Overcoming Common Problems
by Dr. Tom Smith
Paperback (September 2000)


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Book Cover Image: Coping with Caring: Daily Reflections for the Alzheimers Caregiver Coping with Caring: Daily Reflections for the Alzheimer's Caregiver
by Lyn Roche
Paperback - 370 pages (September 1996)
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Book Cover Image: Tears in Gods Bottle: Reflections on Alzheimers Caregiving Tears in God's Bottle: Reflections on Alzheimer's Caregiving
by Wayne Ewing, Dasha Wright Ewing (Photographer) and Dorothy Ives
Hardcover - 113 pages (March 1, 1999)

When a loved one slips into the mists of Alzheimer's disease, where are we to turn? For Wayne Ewing, the answer was clear. Only by delving into the world of biblical spirituality was he able to come to terms with his jumbled emotions. Tears in God's Bottle chronicles these devotional struggles eloquently and honestly. For anyone whose life is touched by Alzheimer's disease, this book sheds new light on the power of prayer and the soul's wisdom.
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Book Cover Image: Alzheimers Disease: Caregivers Speak Out Alzheimer's Disease: Caregivers Speak Out
by Pam Haisman
Paperback - 275 pages (April 1998)

"Alzheimer's Disease: Caregivers Speak Out" is a guide for families, friends, professionals and students to better understanding those who have Alzheimer's disease and the people who care for them. Through their own heartfelt words and experiences, caregivers share feelings and ideas in an effort to teach others about this disease. Caregivers say they wish this had been the first book they had read when seeking information on Alzheimer's disease.
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Book Cover Image: Caregivers Reprieve: A Guide to Emotional Survival When Youre Caring for Someone You Love (The Working Caregiver Series) Caregiver's Reprieve: A Guide to Emotional Survival When You're Caring for Someone You Love (The Working Caregiver Series)
by Avrene L. Brandt
Paperback - 128 pages (November 1997)
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Book Cover Image: Alzheimers (A Caregivers Day-By-Day Account) Alzheimer's (A Caregiver's Day-By-Day Account)
by Robert V. Rowe
Spiral-bound - 83 pages, 1 edition (April 1998)

An elderly caregiver's account of the problems he confronted in caring for his wife, an Alzheimer's victim. Tells of his efforts to resolve them, and describes what worked and what didn't. You can profit from his successes, and benefit by avoiding his failures. ALZHEIMER'S offers a wealth of information to anyone confronted with the awesome task of being an Alzheimer's victim's caregiver.
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Book Cover Image: The Alzheimers Caregiver: Dealing with the Realities of Dementia The Alzheimer's Caregiver: Dealing with the Realities of Dementia
by Harriet Hodgson
Paperback - 240 pages (November 1, 1997)


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Book Cover Image: Alzheimers, The Good, The Sad & The Humorous: A Daughters Story Alzheimer's, The Good, The Sad & The Humorous: A Daughter's Story
by Verna A. Jansen
Paperback - 155 pages (1999)

"Alzheimer's, The Good, The Sad & The Humorous" covers a span of ten years. Through experience, I tried to address the subtle changes that took place with my mother, who was stricken with the disease in 1988. She was among four million in the United States alone, who suffered with Alzheimer's disease. This number continues to escalate daily among our elderly.
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Book Cover Image: Failure-Free Activities for the Alzheimer Patient: A Guidebook for Caregivers Failure-Free Activities for the Alzheimer Patient: A Guidebook for Caregivers
by Carmel B. Sheridan
Paperback (June 1987)

This essential resource teaches professional anf fanily caregivers how to improve the well-being and raise the quality of life for people with Alzheimer's disease. For so many victims of Alzheimer's disease, failure fills their days. Now caregivers of Alzheimer's patients can turn to this resource for ideas and advice for safe, reassuring activities to help the patient feel capable and involved with everyday life. Adapted to suit the needs and capacities of the person with memory loss, the activities are designed to raise self-esteem, relieve boredom, reduce feelings of isolation, develop and use remaining skills, promote involvement with reality, and emphasize abilities that remain.
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Book Cover Image: Theres Still a Person in There: The Complete Guide to Treating and Coping With Alzheimers (Paperback) There's Still a Person in There: The Complete Guide to Treating and Coping With Alzheimer's (Paperback)
by Michael Castleman, Matthew Naythons and Dolores Gallagher-Thompson
Paperback - 370 pages (November 7, 2000)

In recent years, remarkable progress has been made in treating, managing, and preventing Alzheimer's. With information about the latest medical advances, coping strategies for caregivers, and affecting accounts from families dealing with this disease, There's Still a Person in There presents a new understanding of Alzheimer's-one that is optimistic, courageous, and comforting
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Book Cover Image: Alzheimers: Caring for Your Loved Ones, Caring for Yourself Alzheimer's: Caring for Your Loved Ones, Caring for Yourself
by Sharon Fish
Paperback - 256 pages (March 1996)
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Book Cover Image: Keeping Busy: A Handbook of Activities for Persons With Dementia Keeping Busy: A Handbook of Activities for Persons With Dementia
by James R. Dowling and Nancy L. Mace
Paperback - 204 pages (August 1995)


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Book Cover Image: The Positive Interactions Program of Activities for People With Alzheimers Disease The Positive Interactions Program of Activities for People With Alzheimer's Disease
by Sylvia Nissenboim and Christine Vroman
Paperback - 176 pages (January 1998)

Text outlining an individual approach to activities and interactions for both care receiver and caregiver. Features 92 step-by-step activities including: creative arts, daily living skills, exercise and sensory experiences. For social workers and nurses.
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Book Cover Image: Theres Still A Person in There There's Still A Person in There
by Michael Castleman, Dolores Gallagher-Thompson, and Matthew Naythons
Hardcover - 370 pages (January 2000)

Written for caregivers and anyone whose life has been touched by Alzheimer's, There's Still a Person in There is a kind, hopeful, and realistic guide to these trying years. It tempers its up-to-the-minute reports on medical advances, natural therapies, and coping strategies with affecting profiles of families living through this disease. These stories of the powerful love to be found along the Alzheimer's road offer a radically different view of what this illness can mean.
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Book Cover Image: Therapeutic Caregiving, 2nd Edition: A Practical Guide for Caregivers of Persons with AD and other Dementia Therapeutic Caregiving, 2nd Edition: A Practical Guide for Caregivers of Persons with AD and other Dementia
by Barbara J. Bridges, Jaime Temairik (Illustrator)
Paperback - 234 pages 2nd edition (December 1996)
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Book Cover Image: Decoding Darkness: The Search for the Genetic Causes of Alzheimers Disease Decoding Darkness: The Search for the Genetic Causes of Alzheimer's Disease
by Rudolph E. Tanzi, Ann B. Parson
Hardcover - 320 pages (October 1, 2000)

For nearly a century the cause of Alzheimer's--as well as an effective treatment--has eluded scientists. But research over the past fifteen years has yielded enough knowledge about the disorder's culprit genes and proteins that today drug companies are vying to create a breakthrough drug. At the center of this research is Rudolph Tanzi, a savvy young neurogeneticist who played a key role in a landmark experiment that made disease genes identifiable. Decoding Darkness is the riveting story of his work and that of many others who have gradually pieced together an understanding of why Alzheimer's occurs.
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Book Cover Image: Decoding Darkness: The Search for the Genetic Causes of Alzheimers Disease Decoding Darkness: The Search for the Genetic Causes of Alzheimer's Disease
by Rudolph E. Tanzi, Ann B. Parson
Paperback - 304 pages (December 24, 2001)

For nearly a century the cause of Alzheimer's--as well as an effective treatment--has eluded scientists. But research over the past fifteen years has yielded enough knowledge about the disorder's culprit genes and proteins that today drug companies are vying to create a breakthrough drug. At the center of this research is Rudolph Tanzi, a savvy young neurogeneticist who played a key role in a landmark experiment that made disease genes identifiable. Decoding Darkness is the riveting story of his work and that of many others who have gradually pieced together an understanding of why Alzheimer's occurs.
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Book Cover Image: Hard to Forget : An Alzheimers Story Hard to Forget : An Alzheimer's Story
by Charles P. Pierce
Hardcover - 213 pages (April 25, 2000)

When his father is diagnosed with Alzheimer's, the author goes on a quest to discover everything he can about the disease. He discusses here Dr. Alois Alzheimer's work early in the twentieth century, then shows how Watson and Crick's announcement of the double-helix structure of DNA opened up the field of Alzheimer's research and led to discoveries by the "genome cowboys"-Dr. Allen Roses, Dr. Peter Hyslop, and others-of the genetic components of the disease. At the heart of this book, too, is the powerful, emotional story of how the Pierce family coped with Alzheimer's and with the threat that the author-and his children-might also inherit it.
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Book Cover Image: The Complete Eldercare Planner: Where to Start, Which Questions to Ask, and How to Find Help The Complete Eldercare Planner: Where to Start, Which Questions to Ask, and How to Find Help
by Joy Loverde
Paperback - 272 pages, Second Edition (April 25, 2000)

Caring for elderly loved ones can be a full-time job--on top of regular work and family responsibilities. How can you cope? The answer is Joy Loverde's "The Complete Eldercare Planner", now fully revised and updated with the latest information to help you plan ahead and manage real-life eldercare crises. Everything you need is on these pages, with essential checklists, practical communication tips, free and low-cost resources, web-sites, step-by-step action plans, questions to ask the professionals, record-keeping forms
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Book Cover Image: The House on Beartown Road: A Memoir of Learning and Forgetting The House on Beartown Road: A Memoir of Learning and Forgetting
by Elizabeth Cohen
Hardcover - 288 pages (April 1, 2003)

In this beautiful book, Elizabeth Cohen gives us a true and moving portrait of the love and courage of a family. Elizabeth, a member of the "sandwich generation" -- people caught in the middle, simultaneously caring for their children and for their aging parents -- is the mother of Ava and the daughter of Daddy, and responsible for both. Hers is the story of a woman's struggle to keep her family whole, to raise her child in a house of laughter and love, and to keep her father from hiding the house keys in his slippers.
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Book Cover Image: The Story of My Father: A Memoir The Story of My Father: A Memoir
by Sue Miller
Hardcover - 192 pages (March 11, 2003)

In the fall of 1988, Sue Miller found herself caring for her father as he slipped into the grasp of Alzheimer's disease. She was, she claims, perhaps the least constitutionally suited of all her siblings to be in the role in which she suddenly found herself, and in The Story of My Father she grapples with the haunting memories of those final months and the larger narrative of her father's life. With compassion, self-scrutiny, and an urgency born of her own yearning to rescue her father's memory from the disorder and oblivion that marked his dying and death, Sue Miller takes us on an intensely personal journey that becomes, by virtue of her enormous gifts of observation, perception, and literary precision, a universal story of fathers and daughters.
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Book Cover Image: Death in Slow Motion: My Mothers Descent into Alzheimers Death in Slow Motion: My Mother's Descent into Alzheimer's
by Eleanor Cooney
Hardcover - 272 pages (January 21, 2003)

"Alzheimer's is death in slow motion," says Eleanor Cooney in this jarring and unsentimental memoir about caring for her mother, "and it has the ability to kill love while the person you love still breathes." When it was all but certain that her once-glamorous and witty novelist-mother had Alzheimer's, Cooney moved her from her beloved Connecticut home to California in order to care for her. In tense, searing prose, punctuated with the blackest of humor, Cooney documents the slow erosion of her mother's mind, of the powerful bond the two shared, and her own descent into drink and despair.
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Book Cover Image: Losing My Mind: An Intimate Look at Life with Alzheimers Losing My Mind: An Intimate Look at Life with Alzheimer's
by Thomas DeBaggio
Hardcover - 224 pages (March 12, 2002)

When Tom DeBaggio turned fifty-seven in 1999, he thought he was about to embark on the relaxing golden years of retirement -- time to spend with his family, his friends, the herb garden he had spent decades cultivating and from which he made a living. Then, one winter day, he mentioned to his doctor during a routine exam that he had been stumbling into forgetfulness, making his work difficult. After that fateful visit, and a subsequent battery of tests over several months, DeBaggio joined the legion of twelve million others afflicted with Alzheimer's disease. But under such a curse, DeBaggio was also given one of the greatest gifts: the ability to chart the ups and downs of his own failing mind.
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Book Cover Image: A Glass Full of Tears, Dementia Day-By-Day A Glass Full of Tears, Dementia Day-By-Day
by June Lund Shiplett, Lavern Hall (Editor)
Hardcover - 182 pages (June 1996)

"In this brutally honest and intensely personal diary account, June Lund Shiplett openly shares her emotional turmoil which ranges from bitterness, anger, self-pity, defeat, and despair to strength, tenderness, humor, love, and deep friendship. This book offers both family caregivers and professionals vivid examples of the effects of dementing illness and the comforting realization they are not alone with the emotions that this illness can generate." -- Chari Weber, former Director of the Nason Center, an Alzheimer assisted living facility, co-developer of the Corinne Dolan Alzheimer Center, Cleveland, Ohio, and an internationally-known expert and speaker on planning special dementia care centers and teaching the staff who work in them.
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Book Cover Image: Just Love Me: My Life Turned Upside-Down by Alzheimers Just Love Me: My Life Turned Upside-Down by Alzheimer's
by Jeanne L. Lee, David B. Dameron, Valerie Brandon
Hardcover - 90 pages (March 2003)

A riveting account of Jeanne Lee's personal journey into the misunderstood world of Alzheimer's. Her story is sad, but allows the reader to get inside the mind of someone whose fears, frustration and worries about this mind-tangling disease provides a road map for us to be forever living in the moment- Larry James, CelebrateLove.com, Author, "How to Really Love the One You're With"
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