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Apr 26, 2022 | ISBN 9780593507391 | 554 Minutes

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“Patricia Boswell writes as if she is your warm and wise close friend, one who is a remarkably experienced nurse and caregiver. The book is full of practical knowledge and solutions for the many challenges of caregiving. I especially admire that Boswell starts with and frequently returns to the theme of self-care for the caregiver—this is the key to sustainable and loving care. Bravo for a book that will improve the lives of many caregivers and their loved ones!”—Tia Powell, MD, Dr. Shoshanah Trachtenberg Frackman Chair in Bioethics; Director, Montefiore Einstein Center for Bioethics; Professor of Epidemiology and Psychiatry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; author of Dementia Reimagined: Building a Life of Joy and Dignity from Beginning to End

“There are significant disparities in Alzheimer’s and dementia diagnosis rates, access to treatment, and quality care. But there doesn’t have to be. In fact, we can begin to level the playing field right at home. Caregiving with Love and Joy provides critical lessons and pertinent information that every family can utilize to better understand Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, and then create better, more meaningful daily interactions with those who are suffering.”—Goldie Byrd, PhD, Executive Director, Center for Outreach in Alzheimer’s, Aging, and Community Health

“From a public health perspective, few diseases are as devastating as dementia and Alzheimer’s. Yet I have seen firsthand that having the right daily care can make all the difference in the long-term success of each patient. This book provides the simple and professional steps any family can implement to make the life of their loved one more comfortable, more enjoyable, and less stressful, which is the key to better outcomes.”—Takeisha C. Davis, MD, MPH, CEO, New Orleans East Hospital

“We couldn’t be prouder of Patricia’s excellent book. Caregiving with care is at the heart of what an LPN does, and sharing what we do best will vastly improve the life and health of anyone struggling with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.”—JoAnn Shaw, LPN, Vice President, National Association of Licensed Practical/Licensed Vocational Nurses, Inc.

“When I was first diagnosed with short term dementia resulting from a pulmonary circulation disease, my wife and I were at a loss for how to move forward. Thankfully, our good friend Patricia Boswell was able to provide us with her best practices for home care, which I know are in this wonderful book. By putting Patricia’s advice to work, we were able to keep me safe at home until the dementia symptoms abated, without causing harm to me or burnout to my wife.”—Emmette “Em” Bryant, NBA Legend for the New York Knicks, Boston Celtics, and Buffalo Braves

“My wife Carol’s journey with Alzheimer’s disease was documented on 60 Minutes for over ten years, and even though I did my best as a caregiver, I wish I had this book during that time. Patricia’s insights and wisdom for taking care of a loved one, as well as the caregiver, will be a blessing and offers relief to so many families like ours.”—Michael Daly

“My aunt recently had a massive seizure that has left her with verbal and perhaps cognitive deficits. I sent my cousin who lives with her and is planning on being her primary caregiver in the home Caregving with Love and Joy. He says it has helped him already—and he just got it a day ago. Thank you.”—Beth Moore, MD

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