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Help! Someone I Love Has Alzheimer’s ePub ebook.

Deborah Howard, Judy Howe
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ISBN 9781633420649

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A small book helping people who care for loved ones with Alzheimer’s.

A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease for someone we love can fill us with fear. Alzheimer’s robs people of their lives and dignity, and leaves grief and agony in its wake. How can we honor God when faced with this? This booklet will help you understand Alzheimer’s, learn about its practical implications, and, by meditating upon God’s Word, submit to God’s perfect will and find peace and joy along the journey.

Intended Readership:

  • People who have loved ones with Alzheimer’s Disease
  • People in early stages of Alzheimer’s
  • Counselors and Christian workers who minister to those mentioned above


  • Introduction
  • 1. Let Me Walk with You
  • 2. Knowledge Is Power
  • 3. “How Can I Help You?”
  • 4. When I Am Afraid, I Will Trust in God
  • Conclusion
  • Personal Application Projects
  • Where Can I Get Further Help?

Deborah Howard, a Certified Hospice and Palliative Nurse, views writing and speaking as a ministry to encourage the fainthearted and comfort the hurting. Her previous books include Sunsets: Reflections for Life’s Final Journey, It’s Not Fair! (with Wayne Mack) and Where is God in All of This?, as well as Help! Someone I Love Has Cancer. You may contact her by visiting www.deborahhoward.net.

For further information about this book and the LifeLine series, visit LifeLineMiniBooks.com.

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