Kimberly D. Scott, interviews Leah Stanley, Alzheimer’s and Dementia speaker and author of Goodnight, Sweet: A Caregiver’s Long Goodbye. In this episode, Leah also shared how important it is to take the time to talk to the doctor who's diagnosing the patient and learn more about the type of dementia that your loved one has. This will not only let you understand the symptoms but it’s also for you to be equipped on what you need to do as a caregiver.
After her grandparents passed away, Leah felt the need to write down their journey to share what they have experienced and to help those who needed guidance as a caregiver to someone who has Alzheimer’s and dementia. The book as she describes it details her entire experience from the moment she received the first phone call to settling their estate nearly four years later. Listen to the rest of the interview for Leah and Kimberly discussed a whole lot of stories and insights that will help your caregiving journey a little less difficult.
To check Leah’s book, visit Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com and learn more on Leah's website.
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