Need advice or inspiration? Here are three more books that will help you in your family caregiving role. And check out these books we’ve previously recommended.
Juggling Life, Work, and Caregiving – Amy Goyer
AARP resident expert Amy Goyer has written a practical bok full of resources and tips that are easy to find when you need them. And this is no easy feat. Caregiver’s need clear and conscise info at their fingertips. Goyer delivers.
Graceful Last Chapters: Helping Seniors Who Need More Care – Cynthia Neher Martindale
Cindy Martindale is a caregiver, sales and marketing director for senior living communities, and a lawyer. And that combination makes her a compassionate and powerful ally for caregivers and the people who care for them. In telling her ow, and others’ stories , Martindale has created a resource for finding long-term care options, and creating a care plan.
The Dutiful Daughter’s Guide to Caregiving: A Practical Memoir – Judith Henry
I love this book! Judith Henry had me hooked on page one. The Dutiful Daughter’s Guide is funny, no nonsense and practical – just like Judith.