The Essential Carer’s Guide to Dementia

Mary Jordan

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Mary Jordan shares the advice she gives her many clients while working for a national dementia charity – what you can expect when you receive a diagnosis of one of the many causes of dementia and what you can do to manage life going forward – how you can slow the progress of symptoms and how you can maximise available support.

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“Tell me what to expect at each stage of dementia, and how to deal with it,” Mary Jordan’s clients frequently ask her. The advice she gives, one-to-one while working for a national dementia charity and in the workshops she runs for carers, forms the basis of this practical guide. In the Essential Carer’s Guide to Dementia, Mary explains what you can expect when you receive a diagnosis of one of the many causes of dementia and what you can do to manage life going forward – how you can slow the progress of symptoms and how you can maximise available support. The earlier you start, the better you will be able to cope.

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Mary Jordan’s unique insight into the care of dementia stems from her first-hand experience of caring for friends and relatives with the condition and professionally from her work for a national dementia charity. She has many years of experience working for the National Health Service and in the field of medical publishing. In addition to articles and papers published in medical, nursing and social care journals and general magazines, Mary is also known for her books ‘The Essential Carer’s Guide’, ‘The Fundholder’s Handbook’, the award-winning ‘End of Life, The Essential Guide to Caring’ and ‘The Essential Guide to Avoiding Dementia’.

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