A Guide to Alzheimer's Care
Did your loved one just receive a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease? Are you concerned about your aging loved one's memory, behavior and other issues? If so, you will want to read our free guide to Alzheimer's care, which will help the caregiver and their family deal with the coming issues in helping their loved one through this terrible disease process. In our guide, we will discuss:
- What is Alzheimer's Disease?
- The stages of Alzheimer's
- Care options
- Communication Tips
- Florida Medicaid and paying for long-term care
- Legal steps to take upon an Alzheimer's diagnosis
Our free guide will help provide you with resources you did not know were available, among other areas of help.
There are now 5.8 million people in the United States with Alzheimer's disease. Every 65 seconds, someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer's. The number of people surviving into their 80s and 90s is growing, due to changes in demographics and advances in medicine. If you are a caregiver or just had a diagnosis for yourself or your spouse, this free guide will help start the journey together.