Fairfax, VA – December 5, 2018 – Someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease every 68 seconds. Currently, Alzheimer’s is the only one of the top-ten causes of death that is on the increase with no means of prevention and no possible cure. Given these facts, support for those affected relies on increasing levels of caregiving as the disease progresses.
Inspired by the continuing struggle Alzheimer’s caregivers encounter with the gathering and implementation of caring/coping techniques, author Barry Tutor has penned “Alzheimer’s Care – Doing What Needs to be Done” to give an “unvarnished, plain English approach to the ever increasing world of caring for the terminally ill and how to react to the pressures encountered.”
Alzheimer’s affects more than just parents and grandparents. It is also the disease of siblings, spouses, and children. An estimated fifteen million caregivers provide some level of care to the Alzheimer’s victims whether at home or in institutional settings. This stealth disease often forces families into many life-altering decisions in order to provide quality care. No matter what level of care is being provided, preparation is paramount. Arming yourself with knowledge begins that preparation process.
With proven techniques the author has used to care for his loved ones, “Alzheimer’s Care – Doing What Needs to be Done” provides reliable information for new and experienced caregivers facing this relentless disease. Readers learn new ways to care for their loved ones through true stories from the author and numerous other caregivers Tutor interacted with during his 20 years of involvement with Alzheimer’s.
“Many books in the marketplace can mislead the unknowing caregiver into believing AD caregiving is a step-by-step process with finite problems and few options,” say the author. “My book presents, in plain English, many of the problems encountered when caring for cognately challenged adults and possible solutions. And, unlike most books on the subject, there is some humor to lighten the mood.”
For more information about the book, visit: https://www.amazon.com/Alzheimers-Care-Doing-What-Needs/dp/1949804526/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1539285480&sr=8-1&keywords=9781949804522
About the Author
While caring for his widowed mother, an Alzheimer’s victim, author Barry Tutor’s wife was diagnosed with Early Onset AD. With his 20 years of caregiving experience, the author brings the reader into the often misunderstood world of dementia caregiving. Based on having cared for two AD victims simultaneously, his exhaustive research, interaction with numerous other caregivers, and practical experience on all aspects of dementia caregiving, Tutor provides invaluable, straightforward information, assistance, encouragement, and even empathetic comfort to anyone close to a dementia patient. Tutor, a proven problem solver, investigated various caregiving techniques; developing improved caregiving strategies that have both inspired and impressed professionals and volunteer caregivers alike.
For more information, visit Barry Tutor: http://barrytutorbooks.com/
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