The caregiver's guide: helping elderly relatives cope with health and safety problems

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Houghton Mifflin, 1991 - Family & Relationships - 458 pages
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This information-packed, medically up-to-date guide is filled with ways to keep an older person safe and comfortable at home, handle medical emergencies, locate social services, and more.

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Rob, a medical writer who has done geriatric nursing, and geriatric nurse practitioner Reynolds have written a valuable handbook designed to answer questions about aging and health. Clearly written ... Read full review

Contents

Whats Normal When It Comes to Aging? i
3
Dealing with Losses in Vision and Hearing
9
Recognizing and Dealing with Memory Loss
30
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