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There are currently an estimated 50 million people worldwide living with dementia. It is anticipated by Alzheimer's Disease International that this number will almost double every 20 years, reaching 74.7 million in 2030 and 131.5 million by 2050.
International author Carolyn Cranwell has 18 years experience as a self-taught Alzheimer's carer. This remarkably insightful book is an easy to read account of a carer navigating her family through her husband Richard's diagnosis of Alzheimer's when he was in his early fifties.
Carolyn's thought provoking and entertaining style of writing guides the reader gently through sensitive and confronting topics. Her first hand knowledge and expertise will provide confidence to those wanting to help but feeling uncertain how to approach the person with Alzheimer's, the carer or the family.
Navigating Alzheimer's aims to break down the barriers surrounding Alzheimer's disease and make it as familiar a topic of discussion to the public as Cancer, Heart Disease and Diabetes.
Complelling reading for anyone searching for inspiration, courage and resilience.