The 36-Hour Day: A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease and Other Dementias (7th Edition, New edition) Spiral-Bound | August 10, 2021
Nancy L. Mace, Peter V. Rabins
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The 36-Hour Day: A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease and Other Dementias (7th Edition, New edition)
With over 3.5 million copies sold, the bestselling guide to understanding and caring for people with dementia is now completely revised and updated!
For 40 years, The 36-Hour Day has been the leading work in the field for caregivers of those with dementia. Written by experts with decades of experience caring for individuals with memory loss, Alzheimer's, and other dementias, the book is widely known for its authoritativeness and compassionate approach to care. Featuring everything from the causes of dementia to managing its early stages to advice on caring for those in the later stages of the disease, it is widely considered to be the most detailed and trusted book available.
Highlighting useful takeaway messages and informed by recent research into the causes of dementia, this new edition has been completely updated. It features
• brand-new content on everything from home care aides to useful apps to promising preventative techniques and therapies
• practical advice for avoiding caregiver burnout—plus tips for when and how to get additional help
• a completely new two-column design that allows readers to quickly access what they need
The central idea underlying this indispensable book—that much can be done to improve the lives of people with dementia and of those caring for them—remains the same. The 36-Hour Day is the definitive dementia care guide.
"Thorough and compassionate, offering accessible information and practical advice, The 36-Hour Day is a necessary resource for families living with dementia. Still the gold standard, this book is the trusted reference that families turn to first—and over and over—for guidance and support in caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease."-Lisa Genova, author of Still Alice