Untangling Dementia takes the mystery and fear out of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias by making a complex, often-overwhelming disease process understandable to all readers. Through the use of real-life examples, practical tips and explanations that make sense, Tam Cummings walks the reader through dementia – from diagnosis to death – in a caring and loving way. The result is that families and caregivers walk away with the information they need to better care for their loved ones every day. Readers will: — Discover what a dementia diagnosis means for a family — Learn about the seven stages of dementia and how to track the disease’s progression — Understand how damage in the brain causes behavior changes — Improve their ability to communicate with and care for loved ones — Recognize signs associated with the Four A’s of dementia — Know what to expect when death from dementia is imminent
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Tam Cummings earned a master’s of science degree in gerontology from Baylor University and completed additional postgraduate work in education psychology and aging at Baylor and in rural public health at Texas A&M University. During a career that spans almost 20 years, she has worked with thousands of families, social workers and professional caregivers to improve their understanding and skills as they look to provide the best possible care to those who are living with the disease. Learn more about Tam at www.tamcummings.com.
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