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The Dementia Care-Partner's Workbook
Book
$19.95 USD
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Product Details
Format:
Book - Soft Cover
Length:
292 pages
Dimensions:
6" x 9"
Author:
EDWARD G. SHAW, MD, MA
Publisher:
Companion Press
Copyright:
6/1/2019 - Available Now for Pre-Order
CE Available:
No, CE credit is not available
Product Code:
SAM086225
ISBN:
9781617222740
Author

EDWARD G. SHAW, MD, MA

Edward G. Shaw, MD, MA, is dually trained as a physician and a mental health counselor. He is the primary care partner for his wife, Rebecca, who was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease at age 54. He was a practicing radiation oncologist for 23 years. In 2010, inspired by Rebecca’s journey, his medical interest shifted to dementia diagnosis and treatment, and with his additional training in mental health counseling, he founded the Memory Counseling Program that is now part of Wake Forest Baptist Health in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. His moving personal story of caring for his wife, coupled with his innovative use of the five love languages in dementia counseling, inspired the central message of Keeping Love Alive as Memories Fade.
Continuing Education Credits
CE Credit is not available for this product.
Reviews
“Being a dementia care partner is daunting, and no one knows this better — personally and professionally — than Dr. Ed Shaw. This magnificent workbook will be of enormous value to anyone caring for a loved one with dementia.”

Ronald C. Petersen, M.D., Ph.D., author of Mayo Clinic on Alzheimer’s Disease and director of the Mayo Clinic Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center

“An engaging, informative workbook that encourages dementia care providers to tell their stories as well as become more knowledgeable about the situations they will face. It describes steps to lessen distress while not sugarcoating the challenges that dementia presents.”

Peter V. Rabins, M.D., M.P.H., coauthor of The 36-Hour Day and emeritus professor of Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine