By Leeza Gibbons
Designed for these giving care to people with Alzheimer’s sickness and different reminiscence loss problems, this informative and encouraging consultant explores the way to look after oneself as a way to meet the demanding situations of giving care to a different. Heartfelt, candid bills by way of tv host Leeza Gibbons and the contributors of her family—who cared for Leeza’s mom, Jean, for greater than a decade after her Alzheimer’s diagnosis—are mixed with present scientific, dietary, mental, and religious details and recommendation for caregivers. A finished assets part and photograph scrapbook of Leeza and her family members also are incorporated.
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For inspiring me to believe in my capacity to create change. Dad, Carl, Cam and Anne Marie; I am blessed and privileged to share a name and a life with each of you. You have been the calm eye in my storm of doubt and through your love and faith you have reminded me of what is possible. To my darling children Lexi, Troy and Nathan, you are the heart and soul of everything I do and the reason for every breath I take. Thank you for loving me through my attempts to make it all matter more. To my nieces Taylor and Kelly and my nephew Blake, thanks for reminding me not to take myself all that seriously!
To Dr. Rosemary Laird, my thanks for setting the bar so high! As a mom, a healing professional, a wife, an advocate, you name it; Rosemary is the best at it, all with a modest smile and a determination that doesn’t accept defeat. The late night e-mails proved one more thing to me – Rosemary doesn’t sleep. Ever! Thanks for pushing Jamie and me to focus our thoughts and meet our deadlines. I will always be grateful to all of our care advocates at each of our Leeza’s Place locations. This is solid, strong, loving and resourceful sisterhood.
In 1906 Dr. Alois Alzheimer, a German physician, noticed changes in the brain tissue of a woman who had died of an unusual mental illness. He found within the brain abnormal clumps, now called amyloid plaques, and tangled bundles of fibers within the patient’s neurons, now called neurofibrillary tangles. Today, these plaques and tangles are considered to be the hallmarks of the presence of Alzheimer’s disease, although scientists have yet to determine the exact role they play in the disorder. It is clear, however, that a person with Alzheimer’s disease progressively loses healthy brain tissue, which causes a steady decline in mental abilities.