Three New Books Show Those Recently Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease or Dementia and Their Caregivers How to Cope & Live.
In 2020, millions of people will receive the shattering news of an Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis. These new books, from a recognized local expert and elder-care attorney, shares critical information and guidance for people recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.
In her three just-released books You’re Not Alone: Living with Alzheimer’s Disease, You’re Not Alone: Living as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver, and You’re Not Alone: Living with Dementia, author and local attorney Sarah K. Elyaman taps into her years of experience of helping people in the central Florida community to share current and must-have information to guide those recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or Dementia and their caregivers to cope, prepare and protect themselves. These short books are designed to be easy and quick to read and offers practical advice on exactly what one needs to do.
These timely and practical guides go beyond the general information available online and from healthcare organizations. These books show central-FL residents:
• Different options for care providers
• How to protect for themselves legally
• How to choose their decision-makers
• How to plan for their pets
• How to deal with the stresses of caregiving
• Answers to the most common questions regarding Alzheimer’s disease
“I’ve devoted my professional life to helping the elderly in our community and it pains me to see people in my community hit with the life-shattering news of an Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis and not know what to do next. Nobody is prepared for this type of news and helping, and guiding patients is what I do each and every day,” say Elyaman. “There is a lot of confusing information out there and I wanted to author a simple and easy-to-read guide that offers critical ‘next step’ information, which is why I wrote this book and the companion book for caregivers.”
You’re Not Alone: Living with Alzheimer’s Disease
You’re Not Alone: Living as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver, the companion book, and
You’re Not Alone: Living with Dementia are available, at no cost from Sarah’s office.