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The Alzheimer's Resource Kit
The Alzheimer's Resource Kit
You now have access to the only one-stop resource available anywhere that reveals everything you need to know about how to provide the best care to a family member with Alzheimer’s – without going broke, sacrificing your own health and welfare, or becoming “collateral damage.”
Scroll down the page and look at the various resources that I’ve made available to you, and when you find one or more that are of greatest interest to you right now, simply click on the link and you’ll have instant access to the audio recordings, or to the various special reports and books.
You should be receiving an e-mail message shortly with a link that you can use to access this page anytime that questions arise or your needs change. And, of course, anytime you have questions please feel free to contact my office at (630) 874-0331.
Best wishes to you and your family,
Attorney at Law
Click the image to receive instant access to the questions (and answers) most frequently asked at our Alzheimer’s Resource Center. This is a good place to start for a general overview.
There are a number of programs available to help pay for the cost of care. These range from funds through the VA to private resources to Medicaid. Learn the steps you need to take to pay for Alzheimer’s care while preserving your standard of living.
Veterans and their families are often surprised to learn that they may be eligible for up to $2,120/month to help pay for the cost of Alzheimer’s care. My “nuts and bolts” guide reveals the details behind this little-known program.
Has your loved one’s Alzheimer’s progressed to the point where they need nursing home care? Learn the insider’s secrets to finding the right nursing home and ensuring that your loved one gets good care.
If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s who’s still driving, and you’re wondering whether or not they’re still safe, then click here to get instant access to the information you and your family need to know about all aspects of driving and Alzheimer’s Disease.
Spend an hour with master Alzheimer’s caregiver Jo Huey and learn the ten strategies for communicating with your loved one that can change your life and theirs.
It does no good to take care of your loved one with Alzheimer’s if you end up ruining your health in the process. Learn the surprising strategies that will allow you to provide care for yourself and your loved one.
You’re on an Alzheimer’s caregiver’s journey. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a map that tells you where you’re going, and the pitfalls to avoid along the way? This audio holds the key to your understanding where your loved one has been and how the journey is likely to unfold.
Studies have proven that writing down your thoughts, fears, frustrations, and hopes is a great way to cope with Alzheimer’s. Click here for a printable Caregiver’s Journal to give you an easy way to keep track of what’s going on in your life and the life of your loved ones. This is also a great way to keep tabs on your loved one’s medical history for future doctor’s visits.
Don't go through the challenges of Alzheimer's caregiving alone! Isolation leads to despair, but shared experiences lead to understanding and hope. Click through to AlzheimersHope.com and join of our one-of-a-kind online community of people, whose primary interest is to provide hope and support to those persons who are caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's.
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