Our Free Guidebook called “A Caregivers Guide for Alzheimer’s Patients” is now available for you to link to. We here at the Alzheimer’s Research Association hope this guidebook will help you in your quest to become a better Caregiver, answer most of your troubling questions, and give solutions to some of the behavioral problems that Alzheimer’s patients demonstrates, and Caregivers have to handle while associated with being a Caregiver to an Alzheimer’s patient.
We spent months talking with Alzheimer’s Caregivers, both family and professional Caregivers, drawing on our own experiences, and researching some of the most troubling topics associated with Alzheimer’s disease. We did this to help you become a more effective Caregiver.
The guidebook book is divided into nine different chapters and each chapter has subchapters that are incorporated into it, because it is an E Book you can easily find answers to your questions simple by clicking on the topic. It is designed to be a quick resource guide so you can get to what you need, when you need it.
Why is the Guidebook Free? If you are wondering about that, and some will, how do we know this? Because we have had a lot of people and organizations tell us that we should charge for this information, giving it way simply is not right. (There was a lot of time and work that went into this guidebook), but we also know that by being advocates for the Caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients that it is financially draining on the resources, and there is NO other disease that is more costly to be a Caregiver for than Alzheimer’s. That is the reason the Guidebook is Free to anyone who would like one. No other reason, simply Caregivers have enough costs that need to be dealt with, the guidebook, it is our hope will be just one thing that you don’t need to spend money on.
If you are interested in getting the Guidebook, please visit our site at www.alzra.org, while you are there please take a look at our new site, and let us know what you think. We have a lot of new Tools, and Services, to help Caregivers get through the process of being a Caregiver to an Alzheimer’s patient.
The Alzheimer’s Research Association Team