A lady whom I met through the 2008 Presidential campaign - she was a huge Sarah Palin supporter - had recently lost a dearly-loved companion due to Alzheimer's.
Lynda Armstrong spoke about Alzheimer’s Disease on KENS 5,
a CBS affiliate out of Texas. She shared her experience of being a
caregiver for a close friend who died of the disease. Thus, Alzheimer’s
hits close to home and statistically will hit close to home for many of
you reading this.
She wrote The Face of Alzheimer’s As Seen From the Heart of a Caregiver,
after taking caring of a loved one. She watched as her friend’s mind
slowly disappeared, and she no longer knew family and friends. It’s a book that will tell you things you can do as a caregiver, and how
you as the caregiver survive when your job as a caregiver is over.
can buy The Face of Alzheimer’s in paperback for $6.99 or an e-book for $4.99. The e-book is available at the same price as an Apple iBookstore download for use on iPhones and iPads.
Note: Lynda is an extraordinary lady, and I provide this link as a favor to her. No money was exchanged nor promised, nor will it be. This book is a reflection of the knowledge gained through the heartache of watching her friend slip away. I hope you never need it, but if you do, this will help.