The Alzheimer's Disease Bookstore

Society and Alzheimer's Disease

Issues concerning Alzheimer's Disease, Developing Support Groups, and one professional caregiver's battle with the law.

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The Moral Challenge of Alzheimer's Disease

This book encourages humane and dignified care for people with dementia by examining the moral basis for such care against the background of cultural trends that threaten it.

Dementia and Aging- Ethics, Values and Policy Choices

The authors discuss ethical and moral issues involved in decisions regarding treatment and care, and the societal choices regarding allocation of resources for treatment, care and research.

Developing Support Groups

This reference provides step-by-step guidelines and ready-to use forms for developing, facilitating, and administering effective support groups for people in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease.

Key's to Understanding Alzheimer's Disease

In non-technical language, the authors explain symptoms, advise on care strategies, and offer moral support.

Handle With Care- A Question of Alzheimer's

In her sensitive, personal, and loving story, Dorothy S. Brown distills many helpful and encouraging insights for those who are involved with the deteriorating mind of an aging loved one.

Alzheimer's- Does the "System" Care?

This book asks the question, "Will Ted and Paula Valenti's method of treatment for Alzheimer's disease (this book reveals the method), be allowed to ease the pain of not only Alzheimer's 'victims', but also the sons and daughters whose hearts are full of love and compassion for their parents?"