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SEARS ROEBUCK HOME BUILDER'S CATALOG is available for purchase in increments of 1

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Sears, Roebuck and Company's 1910 catalog of home building materials, fixtures, and accessories — from roofing and siding to chandeliers and porcelain bathtubs. Vintage ad copy, specifications, and prices provide a nostalgic look back at the way homes were built at the turn of the last century. An authentic source for restorers of homes today, as well as a wonderful source for reminiscence, especially for anyone who was in the home building industry.

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Reminiscence Therapy for Alzheimer's Disease

Many people with progressive memory disorders, including Alzheimer's disease, are much more comfortable talking about memories long past than about things that happened recently. Because the area of the brain that stores memories long term is affected later in the disease's progression, the affected person will remember more about her life when she was 40 years younger than she knows about what has happened this week. A person with Alzheimer's disease, for example, might have a detailed and lucid conversation about something that happened after the war (World War II or the Korean War) than what he or she had for breakfast, or experienced at the theater the night before.

A summary of existing data, including studies published in professional journals, and interviews with specialists, concluded that the general mood and cognition improved in subjects with dementia who participated in some form of reminiscence therapy. There is no doubt that reminiscing, no matter how it is done, can be beneficial

Reminiscing and reminiscence therapy are powerful tools for the Alzheimer's caregiver. Read more about reminiscing at our website.

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Dimensions 8.375 in x 11.125 in x 0.5 in
166 pages
Shipping Weight 1.4500
Stage Middle Stage, Late Stage

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