Dementia books for children & Senior Care Industry books

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Navigating AZ's Senior Care Industry

In this book you will find answers about In-Home Care, Assisted Living, Memory/Dementia Care, Referral Specialists, Palliative Care, Hospice, Medicaid, Advanced Directives, Geriatric Care Managers, Respite Care, Financing and other related issues. 


In less than 25 pages, and in bold print, Navigating Arizona's Senior Care Industry has answers to frequently asked questions regarding the moving parts of long term care.

Alzheimer's Book for Children

A B C 'Alzheimer's Book for Children'

Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia are being diagnosed at a staggering rate. Both books created for children (ABC & Dementia Education for Teens) give activity ideas and education on how the brain works, and information about various diseases that cause dementia.


Through color and rhyme, A B C has some of the most effective activities for even small children to engage people in all stages of dementia.

A B C is designed for young children ages 5-10 years old.


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Once a man, Twice a child

People living with dementia, from Parkinson's to Vascular/stroke, need the younger generations educated on how to have engaging visits with loved ones. 


Once a man-Twice a child, Dementia education is designed for teenagers 10-17 years old. This book gives more detailed information on how the brain works. It explains a few of the different diseases that cause dementia in addition to symptoms and positive interaction, activity ideas.

How Dementia Affects the Brain

Dementia is expected to increase by over 200% within the next 30 years. It's imperative we teach our children how the brain is affected by dementia so they can better relate to people living with it. 

Ages 5-100+ years.



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A B C Alzheimer's Book for Children

Watch Empress Ivory read a page of A B C on this YouTube video

Navigating Arizona's Senior Care Industry

 

Phoenix, Ariz., August 13, 2018 – For Arizonans wishing to age in place in their home or move to a retirement community, a short, easy-to-read book by senior living professional Jennifer Awinda provides the resources needed to navigate the senior living and healthcare options in Arizona. “Navigating Arizona’s Senior Care Industry” is a 25-page book printed in large, bold print for the visually impaired; it explains the ...