(NEWSnet) - The Alzheimer's Caregivers Network, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting family caregivers of those living with Alzheimer's disease, announced the release of their comprehensive caregiving manual, "Navigating Alzheimer's Disease: A Map for Caregivers."

This free, nearly 300-page guidebook equips caregivers with the knowledge and resources they need to navigate the challenges of caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease.

Developed through close collaboration with real caregivers, medical professionals and care experts, the guidebook empowers caregivers with actionable, real-world advice grounded in the lived experience of others.

"We created this manual because we know the isolation and uncertainty that caregivers often face," says Dana Eble of the Alzheimer’s Caregivers Network. "This guidebook serves as a lifeline, offering practical advice, helpful resources and most importantly, the knowledge that you are not alone."

Inside "Navigating Alzheimer's Disease," readers will find:

  • In-depth coverage of the seven stages of Alzheimer's disease, offering insights on providing optimal care at each phase.
  • Guidance on healthy living for caregivers and those with Alzheimer's disease, including information on navigating changing lifestyles, healthy eating, treatment options and access to clinical trials.

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