Caring for Your Aging Parent: A Guide for Catholic Families

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Our Sunday Visitor, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 191 pages
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If you find yourself caught between the needs of kids and the needs of your aging parent, you must read this practical book.

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Contents

Introduction How to Use This Book
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The Realities of Growing Older 1 Not MParent
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Should You Blame It on Aging?
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About the author (1997)

Monica Dodds has worked extensively with older people and their families in the Seattle area for many years. She has been a case manager for homebound elderly, a program coordinator for senior centers, and the manager of the Seattle/King County Meals on Wheels program. She and her husband. Bill, write a column on family life for the Catholic News Service and have written several books, including The Joy of Marriage. Visit her website YourAgingParent.com.

Dodds is a free-lance writer.

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