Coping with Alzheimer’s disease from the Caregiver’s View By Rosalind Ryans (Book Review #542)

Coping with Alzheimer’s disease is a short self-help book written about a daughter who has a mother suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. The book is divided into two sections and explains the disease based on its physical changes and how it personally affects the person. Beginning from memory loss to behavioral changes and how hard it is to communicate with your loved one, this book covers many aspects that it important to know if you are dealing with this issue.

In addition to providing an insightful take on this complication, the author also discusses the matter of care and how loved ones are to behave, treat, see and work around this sensitive matter.


I found the literature to be easy to read and understand. I appreciated the attentiveness of the content is suitable for the situation being as it is something so important as losing your memory.


I recommend this work to people who would like to read about Alzheimer’s and have a basic understanding of what they should do.



Written by Jeyran Main


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