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by Jo Horne

ePub Caregiving: Helping an Aging Loved One download
Author:
Jo Horne
ISBN13:
978-0673248220
ISBN:
0673248224
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Publisher:
Amer Assn Retired Persons (January 1, 1986)
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Medicine
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Book Condition: An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind

Book Condition: An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind. Horne's book is also for people considering home care for someone, but it accents the prospective caregiver: what to expect, the psychological aspects, communicating, basic care techniques, and much practical information on problems, finances, and other resources. The book as a whole is succinct and rather interesting. The section on Alzheimer's disease is very good. Appendixes include state agencies on the aging, and a & Bill of Rights.

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Provides a comprehensive, realistic look at the responsibilities of a primary caregiver for an elderly person and offers specific advice in organizing living arrangements, handling financial and legal matters, and getting help from others. ISBN13:9780673248220. Release Date:January 1986.

Caregiver Bill of Rights. Adapted from the book, CareGiving: Helping an Aging Loved One, by Jo Horne, published in 1985 by the American Association of Retired Persons. Adapted from the book, CareGiving: Helping an Aging Loved One, these caregiver rights are important to remember for caretakers as well.

Helping an Aging Loved One. by Jo Horne.

First appeared in Jo Horne’s book Caregiving: Helping an Aging Loved One (AARP Books, 1985). Stress when Caring for Elderly Relatives, Aging Parents: Helping When Health Fails, Sharing the Responsibilities of Parent Care: Sibling Relationships in Later Life

First appeared in Jo Horne’s book Caregiving: Helping an Aging Loved One (AARP Books, 1985). Stress when Caring for Elderly Relatives, Aging Parents: Helping When Health Fails, Sharing the Responsibilities of Parent Care: Sibling Relationships in Later Life. Getting the Information You Need to Provide Quality Care.

To seek help from others even though my relative may object. I recognize the limits of my own endurance and strength. Jo Horne, author of Caregiving: Helping an Aging Loved One. To maintain facets of my own life that do not include the person I care for, just as I would if he or she were healthy. I know that I do everything that I reasonably can for this person, and I have the right to do some things for myself. To get angry, be depressed, and express other difficult feelings occasionally. To reject any attempt by my relative (either conscious or unconscious) to manipulate me through guilt, anger, or depression. In this Section.

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This "Caregiver’s Bill of Rights" has helped me and I hope as caregivers for aging loved ones you can take something from it as well. X. This field is required. Find Care & Housing.

Provides a comprehensive, realistic look at the responsibilities of a primary caregiver for an elderly person and offers specific advice in organizing living arrangements, handling financial and legal matters, and getting help from others