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The ”CARING AND COMMUNICATING WITH ALZHEIMER’S PATIENT” a SPECIAL FREE GUIDE, written by David Wingate

Alzheimer disease is a heartbreaker.  Not only is it awful for the patient but is devastating for the caregiver.  Someone who hasn’t dealt with Alzheimer’s disease, can’t imagine the stress of constant pacing, up at all nights of day and nights, the fidgeting, the safety concerns, and of course the memory loss. Imagine the heartbreak you feel looking into the now empty eyes of your spouse of 40 or 50 years and recalling all the wonderful times you spent together and then sitting down and crying over the horrible truth that your spouse no longer recognizes you. Your marriage vows…

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“You’re Not Alone: Living as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver” Answers to your Questions – Part 5

Find out the 10 coping strategies for mid and late- see page term Alzheimer’s progression – 38 Do you know the 10 coping strategies for mid and late- see page term Alzheimer’s progression? – 38 Who else wants protection in times of prosperity, security in times of uncertainty and comfort in times of crisis? – see page 40 As an Alzheimer’s caregiver you must hope for the best but plan for the worst – see page 41 Exactly why planning ahead for legal matters and care costs should be done now, not later – 41 What are the 5 primary…

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“You’re Not Alone: Living as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver” Answers to your Questions – Part 4

Get the guidance you need for the “caregiving journey” as your loved one changes with Alzheimer’s disease. – see page 12 Are you suffering as a caregiver alongside your Alzheimer’s loved one? – see page 12 Are you stressed out and suffering as an Alzheimer’s caregiver? – see page 13 How to thrive in your caregiver role as your Alzheimer’s loved one changes over time – see page 13 Has your Alzheimer’s caretaker role expanded beyond reminders and cues? – see page 13 How are you coping with the fatigue and stress of your Alzheimer’s caretaker role? – see page…

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“You’re Not Alone: Living as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver” Answers to your Questions – Part 3

Are you an Alzheimer caretaker who is out of your depth and sinking fast? (Find real help in this book.) – see page 6 What if there were a service program just for Alzheimer’s caregivers? (Hint: There is! It’s called the Elder & Special Needs Resource Center.) – see page 6 What if there were a service program just for Alzheimer’s caregivers? (Hint: That program and other resources are revealed in this book.) – see page 6 Are you lost in the maze of the government and private providers? (Hint: This book shows a way to navigate easily to get…

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“You’re Not Alone: Living as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver” Answers to your Questions – Part 2

Are you an Alzheimer’s caregiver? Do you want help navigating the minefield of choices? – see page 2 Find out the truth about how to protect the Alzheimer’s patient and yourself. – see page 3 Who else wants a plan for Alzheimer’s progression based on hundreds of cases and a decade of experience? – see page 3 Does your loved one’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis concern or upset you? Find help and comfort in this book – see page 3 Find out the best strategies to thrive despite being an Alzheimer’s caregiver – see page 3 Find out how to protect your…

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“You’re Not Alone: Living as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver” Answers to your Questions

Who else wants answers, insights and advice about caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease? – see page 1 Get sound legal advice to protect your loved one with Alzheimer’s disease and yourself.- see page 1 How to make smart decisions and avoid costly mistakes about Alzheimer’s care – see page 1 How to make smart decisions and avoid costly mistakes about caregiving and finances- see page 1 Who else believes in the power of expert help from an experienced resource? – see page 2 Wouldn’t you feel empowered if you got the insider information from an experienced resource?…

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Deep Brain ‘Zap’ Restores Vivid Memories to Alzheimer’s Patients

Could a pacemaker for the brain improve the memories of people with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease? New research suggests it might be possible one day: Electrical stimulation directed at key memory regions of the brain created intense flashbacks in some Alzheimer’s patients, including sensations of emotions, smells, taste and temperature. Source/more: Health Day       For a complete list of upcoming seminars, visit our website at www.davidwingate.com. Peace of mind is only a call or click away! For an Initial Consultation call Estate and Elder Planning by David Wingate at (301) 663-9230 or visit www.davidwingate.com David Wingate is an…

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Research Shines Light on Why Women More Likely to Develop Alzheimer’s

The reason women appear to be at greater risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease than men might be due to a number of genetic, anatomical, and even social influences, researchers have suggested. Source/more: The Guardian Related: Common Medications Can Masquerade As Dementia in Seniors   For a complete list of upcoming seminars, visit our website at www.davidwingate.com. Peace of mind is only a call or click away! For an Initial Consultation call Estate and Elder Planning by David Wingate at (301) 663-9230 or visit www.davidwingate.com David Wingate is an estate planning and elder law attorney at Estate and Elder Planning by…

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Anxiety Complicates Life for Dementia Patients and Their Caregivers

Many people whose descent into dementia has been twinned with a surge of anxious thoughts. Anxiety isn’t a cognitive issue per se, but it’s definitely a symptom that makes life much harder for caregiver and patient alike. Source/more: Washington Post   For a complete list of upcoming seminars, visit our website at www.davidwingate.com. Peace of mind is only a call or click away! For an Initial Consultation call Estate and Elder Planning by David Wingate at (301) 663-9230 or visit www.davidwingate.com David Wingate is an estate planning and elder law attorney at Estate and Elder Planning by David Wingate. The…

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You Are Not Alone – Find Answers In The Book

Are you having difficulty finding the answers you want and the solutions you need? – see page 6 Are you a caretaker or patient with Alzheimer’s who is out of your depth and sinking fast? (Find real help in this book.) – see page 6 What if there were a service program just for Alzheimer’s patients and care givers? (Hint: there is!) – see page 6 Are you lost in the maze of the government and private providers? (Hint: This book shows a way to navigate easily to get all the help you need.) – see page 6 Are you…

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