TREVOR MUMBY

Conducting
Well-Being With
Dementia In The Family

Dementia is creating acute anxiety across the world of relatives and carers. It is an incurable disease where the symptoms of behavioural disorders can destroy families. Conducting the daily activities in a family home or a specialist care home, requires extremely well-informed skills.

Knowing what to expect and how to relate to the person experiencing dementia, is the only way to prevent stress. Enabling the person to gain some peace and a reasonable life experience, as their disease inflicts increasing disorder into their lives, needs to be the conductor’s primary skill.

This book takes the reader through the predominant disorders and provides the enlightenment, so critical for their peace of mind.

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