Your Loved One Get the Nursing Home Care
They Deserve While Legally Protecting Your Familys Assets
Care-giving for someone with Alzheimer's is one of the most difficult jobs in the world. In addition to making sure that your loved one's daily needs are met, you are also faced with the fact that your relationship with this person is no longer what it once was. Oh, and as a little side note, you also are trying to maintain some sort of life of your own. Many care-giving guides out there give very technical and clinical information to try to enable caregivers do a better job.
What you need is practical information and useful suggestions to make the everyday things of life easier: How can I get Mom to take a bath? What do I do when Dad won't sit down and eat? What do I do when my husband becomes agitated and upset? These are the things that, when faced everyday, lead to caregiver burnout. Caregiver burnout is what leads to the need to place your loved one in a 24 hour care setting.
Our free Alzheimer's Resources are designed to help relieve the frustration, stress, and anxiety involved in caring for a member of your family with Alzheimer's -- and help you decide when or if it's best to use alternative care.
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Caring For Someone With
Alzheimer's... Real World Strategies That Work
By Peggy Tener, B.S.W., N.H.A.
In this report, youll discover
- How to comfortably care for your loved one with Alzheimers, while maintaining
a life of your own.
- How to overcome the daily frustrations, and make everyday life easier
for you and your loved one.
- How to reduce boredom and anxiety with a daily schedule.
- Practical tips for making daily activities and outings go smoothly.
- Plus, 6 ways to help you reduce the stress involved in being a
- And 6 questions you should ask when considering alternative care for
your loved one.
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Helpful Hints for
Caregivers in the Home: A Quick-Reference Chart
Includes advice for when your loved one is bored,
restless, or wandering. What to do when they become tense and begin to yell. Or when they
become depressed and want to stay in bed all day long.
Hospice: What It Is and How
It Can Benefit You and Your Family
An informative, 10-page interview in which 3 experts
discuss the ins and outs of hospice care and uncover some of its widely-held
misconceptions. They also provide details about medications, personalized
care, and relieving the financial burden.
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Safe Driving, including
How Alzheimers affects insurance, accidents, and
drivers license privileges
When driving moves from a convenience issue to a safety issue, and more
- When and How to get the Alzheimer's Patient Off the
The last thing youd want is for your loved one with Alzheimers to cause an
accident, which could lead to serious injury, legal problems, and financial burdens for
you and your family.
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