Senior Days: Insightful Tales and No-Nonsense Help from the Frontlines of Eldercare
Colleen Nicols experiences as an in-home caregiver are often humorous, always poignant, and sometimes sad. In the flick of a sentence, these tales jump from moments of high drama to sparks of laugh-out-loud hilarity. Youll meet the ninety-four-year-old gigolo, the blind lady who could suddenly see, and the woman who couldnt stop shopping. Nicols book goes well beyond the stories. Its filled with care-giving tips, expert advice, and important resources. An indispensable guide for caregivers.
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