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116 pages. Author Esther White Copeland. This book provides practical, concise information to the caregiver whose loved one is in a nursing home. It gives you information you need to know immediately without having to read through volumes of thick books. Some helpful insights include: how to deal with the changes of your loved one and help them with the many changes they face in a nursing home, how to keep track of your loved one's needs, connect with the nursing staff in a positive way, be an advocate for them, and how to take care of yourself.

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About the Author

Esther Copeland
EWhiteCope Lakewood CO 80227

Esther Copeland is a retired elementary school teacher living in Denver, Colorado. She has spoken on an Alzheimer's Association panel, "The Many Faces of Care-giving" and was published in the Chicken Soup for the Caregiver's Soul and Mom's Know Best - Our 101 Best Stories. After eighteen years assisting her mom in a nursing home, she is well aware of many things that can happen. She is revising and republishing (co-authoring) two books written by her beloved, deceased brother, Ben White, The 100 Best Ways to Stay Together and The 100 Best Ways to Meet People, soon to be on Blurb and in her bookstore.
Esther is available for book signings, speaking engagements and radio/TV interviews. To contact Esther, e-mail her at: CopelandBooks@aol.com.

Publish Date  June 05, 2010

Dimensions  Pocket  116 pgs   Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Parenting & Families

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SeniorInfo

SeniorInfo says

You, Your Loved One and The Nursing Home is meant to be a companion that you take with you on this unfamiliar journey. Use it during those times when you feel alone, and like no-one understands. Just leafing through the book, the support you need will be there. No questions, no judgments, just a helpful resource. It is not meant to be a textbook on Alzheimer's. Instead, it offers guidance on how to interact with your loved one and the staff at the nursing home, while at the same time taking care of yourself.
www.HeartsAndHomesForSeniors.com

posted at 11:02am Jun 20 PST

Maxfocus

Maxfocus says

This book is essential for those who are having to help loved ones through difficult times. Easy to read, easy to understand.

posted at 01:37pm Jun 05 PST

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