Truth, Lies & Alzheimer’s – Its Secret Faces

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Truth, Lies & Alzheimer’s – Its Secret Faces by authors Lisa Skinner and Douglas W. Collins is a concise guide for caregivers navigating the heartbreaking challenges of having a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia. Everyone has a story about Alzheimer’s. It’s time to start the conversation about Alzheimer’s and stop treating it like it’s only “Family Business.” #starttheconversation

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PHIL VASSAR is available to speak about his story and Alzheimer’s
Lisa Skinner AVAILABLE NOW for Media Interviews: America’s Aging Politicians & Alzheimer’s
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With Host Dianemarie (DM) Collins

Covid-19 Pandemic Impact on Alzheimer’s Patients

‘Bringing Mom Home’ by Phil Vassar, Singer/Songwriter

One of the key components to the books is how Alzheimer’s patients were treated during the Covid-19 pandemic both in memory care facilities/nursing homes as well as patients in a home environment. The chapter called Bringing Mom Home details the story of singer/songwriter Phil Vassar and how bringing his mom home to Nashville was the best solution for his family during the Covid-19 pandemic. A detailed chapter is also devoted to the impact that Covid-19 had with many interesting stories and statistics.

The book and the workbook offer original thinking and counter-intuitive solutions for family members, spouses, children, and caregivers. The books provide the effective tools to effectively manage the symptoms of brain disease. You will learn techniques like joining their reality, reminiscence therapy, and techniques for the stranger in the mirror, aggression, aphasia, wandering and sundowning symptoms commonly encountered with Alzheimer’s disease.

Readers of the books will develop a roadmap to return to what matters. Caregivers and family members will feel empowered to work through the difficulties of the disease and enjoy their remaining time with their loved one(s).