Alzheimer's Disease Reference and Alzheimer's Caregiving Guide

Page Last Updated: 04/22/2019
"Alzheimer's--What My Mother’s Caregiving Taught Me" may not be the only book you get on Alzheimer’s, but it should be the first book you buy.
Bob Raser is a career award winning network and cable television director/producer. He is also a noted California Plein-Air landscape artist.
The book is filled with a plethora of useful information dealing with research centers, assisted living facilities, medical care, insurance coverage and just about everything else you need to know in coping with this dreaded disease. I recommend it most highly.
Pete Noyes, former CBS and NBC News Executive and author of "The Real L.A. Confidential" and "Legacy of Doubt."
As an Alzheimer's reference, this book is well researched and documented. In describing his mother's symptoms, the author/caregiver does a good job of connecting technical knowledge about the disease to the real life situation. This might be as good a reference guide on AD as a layman could develop.
Richard Smith, Verified Amazon Reader
Robert Bublitz, “Alzheimer’s—What My Mother’s Caregiving Taught Me” provides insight that will be helpful for those entering into caregiving for a loved one suffering from Alzheimer's Disease.
Sam Platts, Pastor
Church of The Foothills

ISBN-10: 1479116165
ISBN-13 (EAN13): 978-1479116164