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A neurologist who specializes in dementia and memory loss Dr Gayatri Devi rewrites the story of Alzheimer's by defin. When I saw the title of this book I was immediately drawn to it I felt the need to find what this doctor has learned what there is that is cause for optimism in her approach to A

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  1. says:

    A Spectrum of Hope is a very insightful book about the treatment and new approaches to dealing with alzheimer’s disease and other dementias The author Gayatri Devi MD is a neurologist and these diseases are a major part of her specialtyDevi provides important information for patients and caregivers In the book she uses stories about her patients to help paint a picture of how she deals with her patients and caregivers I learn

  2. says:

    When I saw the title of this book I was immediately drawn to it I felt the need to find what this doctor has learned what there is that is cause for optimism in her approach to Alzheimer's and other dementias What I've learned does give me hope and a measure of optimism Within the Alzheimer's classifications of rapid vs slowly progressive Dr Devi has broken down the disease into further levels and evaluates

  3. says:

    I've started reading two or three other books about Alzheimer's but didn't get very far This book is an absolute GEM It weaves information reflections stories advice and encouragement Beautifully written Thinking about writing to the author not my usual practice Definitely on my ten best ever books list Bought it before finishing reading the

  4. says:

    ARC provided by NetGalley and Publisher in exchange for an honest reviewSadly I found this to be uninformative and dryThe information is repeat of what's been published Information that is found in pamphlets handed out by doctors and nurses My expectations might have been too high or what I thought would be informative

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    WSJ Excerpt essay may be paywalledSeven years ago Joe a 73 year old man with a patrician bearing came to see me at my Manhattan office with his stylish wife and their grown daughter I’ve changed his name to protect his privacy A money manager in charge of than a billion dollars in assets Joe could tell that his memory was fading Transactions that were once easy for him had started to cause him trouble Many people have the idea that Alzh

  6. says:

    A Very Important Book So wish I had read this a year ago I could have had some info in hand to be aggressive in getting my Dad in for evaluation treatment Easy to read do not need any kind of medical background to understand Highly recommend for anyone concerned for themselves or others about developing dementia or have seen concerning behavioral changes There are a lot of highly functional people living with d

  7. says:

    As I support my grandmother with dementia this book was extremely helpful understanding the disease effective treatment and the caregiver’s r

  8. says:

    I was very interested to read this book having had both my parents die from the result of Alzheimer’s my mother from early onset my father had Lewy body typeThe disease has intrigued me due to both going this way and wonder if it was hereditary environmental or medical factor had something to do with it This book really did give me hope for

  9. says:

    A welcome and much needed alternative to the dire picture of the one size fits all Alzheimer's that exists in the popular media this b

  10. says:

    Reading this book made me realize that Alzheimer's Disease isn't necessarily an immediate death sentence There are degrees of symptoms The disease can progress rapidly or slowly Dr Devi's approach to her patients is centered on maintaining their sense of dignity and self worth and she concentrates on how best to achieve a satisfying way of life for them She seems like the kind of physicianhealer we all need If you know of someone who has