Grandparents as Parents: A Survival Guide for Raising a Second Family
Guilford Publications, Jul 29, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 322 pages
Of the more than a million American grandparents who today are the sole caregivers for their grandchildren, most have found their lives changed, their finances challenged, and their parenting techniques antiquated with a new, and often traumatized, generation. An enlightening resource for all professionals who encounter this phenomenon and a perfect reading recommendation for grandparents and family members, this book offers compassion, encouragement, and fact-filled advice. It covers everything a grandparent needs to know to cope with the practical, day-to-day needs of raising a child today.
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A social worker and founder of Grandparents as Parents (GAP) support groups, de Toledo joined with freelance writer Brown to publish a practical guide for grandparents who find themselves responsible ... Read full review
As a grandparent raising four grandchildren, this is a valuable resource. Lots of pertinent information. Read full review