The 36-Hour Day by Nancy Mace and Peter Rabins is a detailed self-help guide for people caring for loved ones with Alzheimer's disease, dementia, and other memory impairments. The burdens on caregivers are immense. They first must have a physician adequately assess their loved one's condition and help the family come up with a plan for comprehensive and appropriate care. Often, these plans must be implemented in the face of disruptive or illogical behaviors due to memory loss and the emotional toll that accompanies it. Adjusting to this new way of life can be overwhelming for many caregivers, so The 36-Hour Day offers clear strategies for addressing the physical and emotional needs of both dementia patients and those responsible for their care.
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