You’re Not Alone: Living as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive condition causing a wide range of problems with a person’s thinking, memory, and behavior. Serving as a caregiver for a spouse, parent, or other loved one with Alzheimer’s disease is an emotionally and physically demanding job. At Glenn R. Matecun, PC, we understand the challenges you’re facing and want to help you plan for the future. 

Expert Advice for Caregivers

Glenn Matecun is one of only a handful of Certified Elder Law Attorneys in Michigan and the host of the popular Sunday morning Senior Law Radio show on 93.5 FM WHMI. You’re Not Alone: Living as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver is based on his extensive experience helping Michigan seniors and their families cope with a dementia or Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Some of the caregiver concerns he discusses include:

  • What options are available to provide home care to assist with tasks you can’t perform for your loved one
  • What specialized care is available when your loved one is no longer able to live independently
  • What Medicare won’t cover and how your loved one might be able to qualify for Medicaid benefits
  • How your loved one can use power of attorney documents to grant financial and medical decision-making authority to caregivers or other trusted individuals
  • Seeking a guardianship if your loved one’s condition has progressed and there are no power of attorney documents in place
  • Resources you can turn to for support and answers to additional questions you might have

Request a Free Copy Today

To better serve the needs of Alzheimer’s caregivers, our firm offers this informative guide free of charge. If you’d like to request a printed copy of the book, simply complete the form below to provide your mailing address and contact information. Additionally, we offer a separate book for those who’ve been recently diagnosed: You’re Not Alone: Living With Alzheimer’s Disease.

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