How to Find a Caregiver for Your Parent: A Guide to Assist You
Joan E Roberts, Aug 1, 2009
This book will assist the reader in negotiating the often troubling waters associated with making the right decisions when selecting caregiver services. Topics include: Private hire vs. agency caregivers; working with family members when making the decision; affordability; and other options for care.
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Chapter One Becoming Sensitive to the Aging Process and
Chapter Two Who Needs Homecare?
Chapter Three Selecting a Caregiver
Chapter Four Working with a Private Duty Homecare Company
Chapter Five Other Options for the Elderly
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