Fulton Books author William Holland, a retired nuclear engineer who was the primary caregiver for his wife, Doris, during her 13-year battle with Alzheimer's, has completed his new book "Alzheimer's: A Primary Caregiver's Story: Her Last Three Years": a guidebook for those facing similar circumstances.
"If you are providing care for a loved one who has the disease and would like to know what to expect for their last few years, then my experiences may help you in making the final years of care more comforting for you and your loved one," Holland writes. "It may also help you in recognizing the disease patterns that your loved one experiences and minimizing those activities that could have a negative impact on your loved one and you."
Published by Fulton Books, Holland's book captures all the heartaches and triumphs of caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's while providing practical advice for dealing with the daily struggles.
Told through journal entries, Holland's story covers everything from the initial diagnosis, setting goals for care, finding the right medical team, prescription issues, hospice care, quality of life/dignity issues, disease progression, and much more.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring and instructive work can purchase "Alzheimer's: A Primary Caregiver's Story: Her Last Three Years" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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