An invaluable resource guide for anyone working with persons suffering from Alzheimer's disease, this is the first book to present a step-by-step program to help families cope with the day-to-day problems arising from this disease. Using detailed case examples, the authors offer unique and effective strategies to help the family--and the patient--have enjoyable and more productive lives.
"Well written and eminently practical guide for families struggling with the burdens of Alzheimer's disease."
--Peter V. Rabins, M.D., John Hopkins University School of Medicine, author of "Thirty-Six Hour Day"
"An outstanding book dealing knowledgeably and sensitively with a painful disease affecting millions of American familes."
--Robert N. Butler, M.D., Brookdale Professor of Geriatrics and Adult Development, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York
Praise for The Big Onion Guide to New York City: "One could scarcely find a more informative and engaging guide than this book. . . It is a delight, deeply knowledgeable, presented with wit and style."
-"New York History",