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"Is the cooker turned off?"
Caring for an older person with failing memory

Improve the confidence and living skills of those with memory loss, dementia and early stages of Alzheimer's disease

'Is the cooker turned off? caring for an older person with failing memory' Book cover


Practical help and guidance.
This book offers help and advice about looking after a person with memory loss, dementia or in the early stages of Alzheimer's.
It suggests ways to help carers to look after themselves in what can be difficult and stressful times.

 

'I only wish I'd had this book earlier.'                     Read full review
Kathy Stevenson, Daily Mail

'If you want to recommend one book to a carer of someone with dementia, recommend this one.'                                Read full review
Rachel Wooller, Senior social worker. Community-Care Magazine.

'I recommend this book to a number of different readers. Firstly and baldly, to patients in the early stages of their illness, who retain a degree of insight and are interested and brave enough to want to learn about a multitude of aspects of their likely future journey. Secondly, to all carers, both informal and professional, for whom this book offers invaluable insights into the various roles of being a carer. Thirdly, to all other aspiring and practicing colleagues in the field of dementia, if only to recommend it to patients and carers alike. In summary, this book should be found on the bookcase in every house, care home, institute and department working with and/or caring for older people with dementia.'         Read full review Walter Pierre Bouman, Consultant Psychiatrist for Older Adults
University Hospital, Nottingham, UK



'This book is essential reading for any carer of someone with failing memory.'

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