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Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer's or Other Dementia
Everything I Wish I Had Known

Leah Stanley

I am a fellow believer and experienced Alzheimer’s/ dementia caregiver—I’ve walked this thing out four times. So let me help you learn from my mistakes and triumphs.

Leah Stanley became the primary caregiver for her grandparents and later her parents. She began writing about caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s and other dementia to help those walking this same path. Leah was born in Memphis, Tennessee. She earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Memphis and has a background in corporate communications and freelance writing. Leah is available for speaking engagements and can be reached through her publisher at info@innovopublishing.com.

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Leah Stanley

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The Course Curriculum

In this course, you will learn the ins and outs of caring for your loved one with Alzheimer's or other Dementia.

By taking this course, you will learn about...


1. Law

-Examine why establishing an estate plan matters

-Define legal document options for an estate plan

-See that funeral preplanning is part of a good estate plan

-Consider the benefits of having a will or a trust

4. Family Relationships

-Examine the choices and costs of long-term care

-Define the difference between Medicare and Medicaid

-Discuss Medicaid eligibility

-Review options when only one spouse needs long-term care

2. Medical Matters

-Define “dementia”

-Identify the four most commonly diagnosed dementia types

-Examine “sundowning”

-Review the tests used to establish a dementia diagnosis

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5. Safety

-Identify secure mobility aids

-Examine the safety of elders continuing to drive

-Discuss keeping the dementia patient protected in their environment

-Consider when a long-term care community might be best

3. Financial Considerations

-Examine the choices and costs of long-term care

-Define the difference between Medicare and Medicaid

-Discuss Medicaid eligibility

-Review options when only one spouse needs long-term care

6. Caregiver Self-Care: Avoiding Burnout

-Determine why self-care is so important

-Discuss how caregiver self-care will benefit the care recipient

-Examine what healthy self-care looks like

-Recognize and manage “anticipatory grief”

Additional Enrollment Benefits

Don't Start From Scratch

"These resources alone are worth more than the price of the course!"

Downloadable Resources Included With This Course 

  1. A complete eBook version of Goodnight, Sweet, by Leah Stanley... a true story of Leah Stanley's journey as a caregiver for her grandparents and later her parents who developed Alzheimer's. 
  2. An Unabridged eBook version of Everything I Wish I Had Known... a resource written by Leah Stanley after taking care of her grandparents and her parents who had Alzheimer's dementia. It is designed to help you avoid many the family, legal, and medical heartaches she faced as a caregiver four times over.
  3. A Quick Reference Guide eBook that focuses on the ESSENTIAL POINTS that you need help with right now, including several direct links to more information when you need it.

- If you ever get stuck, I'm here to help.

You'll never have to go it alone. -

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All of our courses have a place for you to ask questions of me. I receive automatic notifications of questions sent in from my courses, and I'll respond in a timely fashion to you. You'll never be left without a response.  So relax. You are in good hands.


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Who is this Course for?

  • Adults who need to know how to prepare for taking care of aging parents or other loved ones who are exhibiting signs of Alzheimer's or other dementia.
  • Caregivers (relatives or not) who want to understand the types of family, legal, and medial challenges they need to prepare for now to avoid emotional and financial crises later.
  • Counselors for those suffering from Alzheimer's and other dementia as well as counselors for caretakers who want to additional tools and practical resources to help their clients.
  • Clergy who want a deeper understanding of the emotional, spiritual, and family challenges faced by Alzheimer's congregants  and their caregivers and a source of practical, helpful reference materials.
  • Caregiving ministries and organizations of all types who want additional tools and practical resources for supporting people with Alzheimer's and other dementia and their caregivers.
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