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Do you have a loved one with Dementia or Alzheimer’s?
Do you want to feel less overwhelmed and more empowered?
What to Do Between the Tears is written by Tara Reed – a daughter who walked the Alzheimer’s journey with her dad and family.
This 125 page practical guide offers an overview of things to consider when a loved one is diagnosed with dementia.
A quick read tol help you decide what you need to consider and things to put in place before the emergencies and hard choices are at hand.
In this Book, You Will Discover:
What you can and can't control
Gain more peace of mind so you can focus your efforts on the things that can make a big difference in the journey.
How to plan for the critical decisions ahead
Discover the kinds of decisions your family will face will allow you to have the tough conversations BEFORE a crisis so the best choices will be made for your loved one.
How to stay connected to your loved one as the disease progresses
As dementia or Alzheimer’s progresses it becomes harder to communicate with your loved one. They may forget your name or who they are. Many let valuable opportunities to connect slip by when they focus on what they are losing instead of the present. Discover how to make memories along the journey.
Every 66 seconds, someone in the US develops Alzheimer’s.
Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia, the 6th leading cause of death and the ONLY cause of death in the top 10 that is not preventable or curable. The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that there are approximately 5.3 million people in the U.S. with Alzheimer’s – 2/3 of those are women. Globally, the World Health Organization estimates approximately 36 million people have Alzheimer’s. These numbers will grow exponentially as the population ages.
About the Author: Tara Reed
My dad’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis in 2012 changed my life and became the beginning of a new business. The fact of the matter is, we had no idea WHY he was acting the way he was let alone how to respond to it. What I discovered changed our journey and can change yours too. It was the basis of this book which has helped hundreds of families and can help you too.
Watch the video below to see the impact Alzheimer’s has on the entire family…
(This video was created less than a month before George Reed passed away…)
Tara Reed, creator of Pivot to Happy, is one of the millions of family members involved in care and decision making. Her father had Alzheimer’s and passed away in August 2016.