Caregiving: Helping an Aging Loved One

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American Association of Retired Persons, 1985 - Family & Relationships - 319 pages
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Provides a comprehensive, realistic look at the responsibilities of a primary caregiver for an elderly person and offers specific advice in organizing living arrangements, handling financial and legal matters, and getting help from others

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Nassif, Janet Zhun. The Home Health Care Solution: a complete consumer guide. Harper. Dec. 1985. c.448p. index. LC 85-42582. ISBN 0-06-015471-3. $17.95; pap. ISBN 0-06-096012-4. $9.95. health Both ... Read full review

Contents

Part One Should You Become a Caregiver?
9
Getting to Know the Person Who Needs
28
Making the Decision
39
Copyright

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Michele Tagliati, MD, is Director of the Parkinson's Disease Center at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York.

Gary N. Guten, MD, MA, is an orthopedic surgeon, author, and Parkinson's patient.

Jo Horne, MA, is the author of three books and a long-distance care partner.

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