Of course it is good news that an Italian University has discovered the benefits to the memory of drinking hot chocolate, but that’s not going to help people with Alzheimer’s disease. What can help, though, is a series of four small books written by Jane Cooper, who has first-hand experience of the trials and tribulations that this dreadful disease causes. Jane’s father, Reg, had Alzheimer’s. She is now helping to educate, inform and raise awareness in order for others to benefit from her experience.
The books provide an educational, practical and step-by-step approach, in a format which is simple to digest.
- how to obtain a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease;
- what to do after diagnosis;
- the right questions to ask when considering a care home; and
- hints and tips on what works.
- Jane says: “You do not have to be at the mercy of this disease or the system. You can be educated in what works and what you can do to cope and be pro-active, in order to make a difference for the best possible outcome. You know your loved one best and in that you will locate the key to your whole experience.”
The books are available from Amazon, www.bookbaby.com or direct from the author.
Notes for Editors
As eBooks, each book is priced at £3.49. Paperback versions are also available.
Author Jane Cooper also offers one-to-one consultancies and undertakes public speaking events, to educate, inform and raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease and its consequences.
Jane can be contacted on 07801 287 213, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org