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My now 99-year old mother, Marjorie K. M. was, for about 7 years, the caregiver for her husband, who had Alzheimer's Disease. Following his death about 10 years ago, my mother wrote a booklet describing the lessons that she learned from the experience. She self-published it at that time. Her book is entitled: "For the Alzheimer Caretaker: Helpful Hints."



It is a loving and useful description of what a caregiving spouse needs to know and to hold on to in dealing with a husband or wife with Alzheimer's Disease. I hope that it will be useful to others in a similar situation.

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You're welcome.
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Thank you
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What a neat thing to do. Thanks!
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My friend took pristine care of her stricken with Alzheimer's husband EVERY DAY FOR TWELVE YEARS! She recently died at age 96.
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If you wish to read the book, you can also go to the "About Me" section in my profile-- petersheller. You will find a link to the book there as well
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Thank you so much I've downloaded this! It's amazing that she put something together that appears to be so thorough. God bless your now 99 year old mom and you for thinking of us to share it with.
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Peter you can tell people what to google to find it. But AC deletes any and all .com links.
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The book can be downloaded directlhy on

usaenews.com/Miner-Alzheimer-Care-Book.pdf
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I would love to read it too. I need all the help I can get!
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Where is this available..would love to read it
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