From the groundbreaking series written specifically for family caregivers, "Activities for the Family Caregiver – Lewy Body Dementia: How to Engage / How to Live" offers information and insight to enhance quality of life through improved social interactions as well as activities of daily living tips, safety and general caregiver information. Learn new communications and activities strategies to improve time spent with your loved one. Gain new insight as you learn the "how to's," "why's," and techniques of activities – daily living and leisure. Discover how to turn daily activities and routines into opportunities to start some joy. Written by nationally recognized leaders in senior care for those with physical and cognitive disabilities, "Activities for the Family Caregiver – Lewy Body Dementia: How to Engage / How to Live" provides much-needed information to address the unique social and daily care needs of those with Lewy body dementia and those who care for them. "Activities for the Family Caregiver – Lewy Body Dementia: How to Engage / How to Live" is just one book in a series of books from R.O.S. Therapy Systems. Whether it is Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, stroke, traumatic brain injury or some other issue, R.O.S. is here to help improve quality of life for not only the patient but also the caregiver. The Activities for the Family Caregiver book series embodies the mission of R.O.S. Therapy Systems: To improve quality of life for seniors and their caregivers through activities and education. Each book in the series was written by industry experts related to the specific topic covered and is filled with valuable information and common sense tips to help families and caregivers engage their loved one in meaningful activities. R.O.S. Therapy Systems was founded by inventor, author and speaker Scott Silknitter of Greensboro, NC, in 2010 as a project to help his mother and father in a 25-year battle with Parkinson's disease and dementia. For more information about Scott or the R.O.S. family of companies, please visit www.ROSTherapySystems.com or contact us at 888-352-9788.