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Alzheimer's Disease books: Living with Alzheimer's Disease

In 2019, millions of people will receive the shattering news of an Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis. These new books, from a local elder law attorney, share critical information and guidance for people recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers.

In her two just-released books You’re Not Alone: Living with Alzheimer’s Disease and You’re Not Alone: Living as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver, author and local attorney Leigh Hilton taps into her years of experience of helping people in the North Texas community to share current and must-have information to guide those recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers to cope, prepare and protect themselves. These short books are designed to be easy and quick to read and offers practical advice on exactly what one needs to do.

These timely and practical guides go beyond the general information available online and from healthcare organizations. These books show central-TX residents:

  • Different options for care providers
  • How to protect for themselves legally
  • How to choose their decision-makers
  • How to deal with the stresses of caregiving
  • Answers to the most common questions regarding Alzheimer’s disease

“It pains me to see people in my community hit with the life-shattering news of an Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis, who don’t know what to do next. Nobody is prepared for this type of news. Helping, and guiding people is what I do each and every day,” says Leigh Hilton. “There is a lot of confusing information out there and I wanted to author simple and easy-to-read guides that offers critical ‘next step’ information, which is why I wrote these books.”

Leigh Hilton has helped over 6,000 families protect the assets that they leave to loved ones from divorce, creditors, lawsuits, and predators. She has also helped over 350 implement the plans that she has prepared after the death of a loved one and helped over 1,200 families implement the plans prepared by other attorneys. She is the author of the book Who Gets Your Stuff When You Die and a frequent speaker. She has given over 400 speeches to various organizations and groups.

You’re Not Alone: Living with Alzheimer’s Disease and the companion book, You’re Not Alone: Living as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver are available in exchange for a donation of at least $15.00 to the Alzheimer’s Association. Call (940)387-8800, email Team@leighilton.net, check us out on our website, or visit either her Denton, Aubrey, or Bartonville locations.

Join Leigh for the official book release and breakfast on May 23rd, 2019 starting at 10 AM at the Denton Convention Center. Call the office at 940-387-8800 or email Team@leighilton.net to reserve a seat.

Alzheimer's Disease books: Alzheimer's Disease Caregiver book

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