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Beating Alzheimers : the enemy at the gate / Peter Dredge.

By: Dredge, Peter [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: [New Zealand?] : P. Dredge, [2018]Manufacturer: Lexington, KY : [Manufactured by CreateSpace], 2019Copyright date: �2018Description: 1 volume (unpaged) ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781726673976; 1726673979.Other title: Beating Alzheimer's : the enemy at the gate : turning despair into hope and action [Cover title].Subject(s): Dredge, Ann -- Family | Alzheimer's disease -- Patients -- Care -- Popular works | Caregivers -- Popular worksDDC classification: 618.97/68311 Summary: "Ann Dredge was a fit, active woman. A keen cyclist and sportswoman. But after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, she became unable to walk or talk and was expected to die within six months Incredibly, one year later, she's alert and interacting with her carers! This book is a roadmap for those whose loved ones demonstrate early symptoms of Alzheimer's and shows that, with determination and dedication, it may be possible to arrest their decline and even recover lost function. It's an inspiring story, offering hope to sufferers and carers alike."--provided by Amazon.com.
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At 59 Ann Dredge had it all... A blossoming young adult family, a growing business, excellent health and a happy marriage in its 38th year. In excellent health, cycling 1000¿s of miles a year, playing the piano, Ann was reaching the stage of life where years of hard work was yielding rewards. With both parents thriving in their mid-90¿s, Ann was looking forward to a rewarding 30 years. All this came to a halt when she was told ¿You have early onset, atypical Alzheimer¿s. You are going to die. The only question is how soon.¿ For Ann and Peter, this was not an acceptable diagnosis. This was 2012. There must be a different outcome? There was...

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"Ann Dredge was a fit, active woman. A keen cyclist and sportswoman. But after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, she became unable to walk or talk and was expected to die within six months Incredibly, one year later, she's alert and interacting with her carers! This book is a roadmap for those whose loved ones demonstrate early symptoms of Alzheimer's and shows that, with determination and dedication, it may be possible to arrest their decline and even recover lost function. It's an inspiring story, offering hope to sufferers and carers alike."--provided by Amazon.com.