Life with Alzheimer’s Disease – Caregiver guide

Life with Alzheimer’s Disease – Caregiver guide
By NIH

Sometimes, taking care of a person with Alzheimer’s Disease makes you feel good because you are providing love and comfort. Other times, it can be overwhelming. This book is adapted from Caring for a Person with Alzheimer’s Disease from the National Institute on Aging at NIH. It will help you cope with and learn about Alzheimer’s Disease and you will find suggestions for taking care of yourself, and help you to be a good caregiver.

 

Age: Seniors

Pagination: 160 pages

Size: 230 x 163 mm

Binding: Paperback

Language: French

Publication: Novembre 2019

Free of charge

ISBN:  978-2-490660-04-9

 

This book represents the knowledge of experts assembled by the US National Institute on Aging to provide information and support for caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s disease (view document in english).

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