In this easy-to follow handbook, the caregiver can learn many valuable pieces of information about Alzheimer’s, as well as access tips and advice on how to better cope with their Alzheimer’s disease patients.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) March 28, 2013
Ultimate Memory™ software developer eReflect announced today that caregivers of people suffering from Alzheimer’s are encouraged to follow the guide provided by the National Institute of Aging (NIA) on the best ways to take care of friends or relatives with Alzheimer’s. In this easy-to follow handbook, the caregiver can learn many valuable pieces of information about Alzheimer’s, as well as access tips and advice on how to better cope with their Alzheimer’s disease patients. The development team at eReflect supports all efforts to educate people on the diseases that result in loss of brain function, and fully endorse continued research into prevention, treatment, and cures.
The NIA guide starts with a comprehensive review of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and what this might entail in an effort to provide readers with a better understanding of the nature and extent of the disease. In its over 100 pages, the handbook has sections on how to care for people with Alzheimer’s using different coping strategies, ways to make less-immediately-affected people understand the situation, and safety and creativity activities, such as improving memory and other cognitive functions. This last section has a must-read chapter on the importance of planning ahead in regard to financial and legal issues pertaining to the Alzheimer’s patient.
Ultimate Memory™ noted in a brief statement today how important this Alzheimer’s caregiving guide is as it covers a comprehensive range of concerns caregivers are faced with daily. eReflect, the parent company of Ultimate Memory™, also emphasized the importance of seeking out professional medical help. As noted by eReflect, the guide offers valuable information on when caregivers should seek professional help and how to evaluate when they have reached a point where they no longer can provide the care a patient needs. Also included in the handbook is a detailed medical guide regarding behavioral and physiological changes a person with Alzheimer’s goes through, and what the most frequently used drugs for treating Alzheimer’s are.
The guide provided by the NIA also features practical advice on how to cope with late-stage Alzheimer’s disease and reminds caregivers that they’re not alone in their struggle. The researchers at the NIA stress that should caregivers feel overwhelmed they ought to seek professional help to relieve their own burden of responsibilities and provide their loved ones with expert help.
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