This important ground-breaking book offers a new approach for understanding and treating Alzheimer's disease. Although there is no cure for this illness, treatment is available for the behavioral and psychosocial problems associated with the course of the disease.
Written primarily for physicians, psychiatrists and other mental health professionals who treat people with Alzheimer's disease, this book is also important reading for anyone who has a family member with the infirmity to learn what can be done to alleviate patient suffering and help reduce family burden and stress
Table of Contents
Overview. Introduction. Clinicopathologic correlations. Diagnosis. Treatment. Case examples. Conclusion. Appendiz. Index. GAP committee and membership.