Caring for Your Parents in Their Senior Years: A Guide for Grown-up Children
A Sensitive and Compassionate Book to Ensure Happiness"Guidebooks tend to be either readable or useful, but Caring for Your Parents in Their Senior Years is both....[It contains] a wealth of information about the afflictions of old age and how children can help their parents."
Burton V. Reifler, MD, MPH,
The Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Wake Forest University, NC
"This book is highly recommended."
For many of us, our first experience of aging comes with our parents. Squeezed between the competing demands of work, children, spouses and parents, it seems we simply cannot cope.
Caring for Your Parents in Their Senior Years is the first book on aging written expressly to help children help their elderly parents. With sections on housing and personal care, legal and financial planning, and grief and bereavement, this comprehensive guide teaches you how to handle aging in a healthy and caring fashion.
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2 Coming to Terms with Aging
3 Getting Started
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