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Friday, March 29, 2019

Two Great Book Promotions!

We interrupt the series on Diagnosing LBD to give you some wonderful news! The series will be back next week but today, we are excited to share two great book offers with you. This is the first one:

Our publisher is having a spring sale and is selling A Caregiver's Guide to Lewy Body Dementia for 40% off. Many of you may already have this book. It has been the basic LBD Care partner's book for a long time and still contains all information a LBD care partner needs to know, written in a easy to read style and filled with personal experiences.  Now is the time to get your copy or buy another to give to a relative or helper as a gift!
Just CLICK HERE to go to Springer Publishing and order the book. Use the code GET40VIP to get your discount.

While we are talking about books, don't forget our latest, Responsive Dementia Care: Fewer Behaviors Fewer Drugs. Our readers tell us it is our best book yet! It deals specifically with those dementia-related behaviors that have traditionally been treated with behavior management drugs. However, we know that LBD doesn't do well with these drugs. They are the ones most likely to trigger a drug sensitivity. And so, this book offers readers many ways to treat these symptoms with fewer drugs and often a better quality of life. You can find it on its own website and on Amazon.

Watch for another blog in a couple of days about a FREE eBOOK.

Next week we'll be back on track, with the second blog on
Decoding the DLB Diagnostic Criteria, and a discussion on the defining symptoms.

For more information about Lewy body disorders, read our books:
A Caregivers’ Guide to Lewy Body Dementia
Managing Cognitive Issues in Parkinson's and Lewy Body Dementia
Responsive Dementia Care: Fewer Behaviors Fewer Drugs
Riding A Roller Coaster with Lewy Body Dementia: A Manual for Staff

Helen and James Whitworth are not doctors, lawyers or social workers. As informed caregivers, they share the information here for educational purposes only. It should never be used instead of a professional's advice.

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