The bible of eldercare ABC World News. An indispensable book AARP. A compassionate guide of encyclopedic proportion "e;The Washington Post."e; And, winner of a Books for a Better Life Award. "e;How to Care for Aging Parents"e; is the best and bestselling book of its kind, and its author, Virginia Morris, is the go-to person on eldercare for the media, appearing on "e;Oprah,"e; "e;TODAY,"e; and "e;Good Morning America,"e; among many other outlets."e;How to Care for Aging Parents"e; is an authoritative, clear, and comforting source of advice and support for the ever-growing number of Americans now 42 million who care for an elderly parent, relative, or friend. And now, in its third edition, it is completely overhauled and updated, chapter-by-chapter and page-by-page, with the most recent medical findings and recommendations. It includes a whole new chapter on fraud; details on the latest aging in place technologies; more helpful online resources; and everything you need to know about current laws and regulations. Also new are fill-in worksheets for gathering specifics on medications; caregivers names, schedules, and contact info; doctors phone numbers and addresses; and other essential information in one handy place at the back of the book.
From having that first difficult conversation to arranging a funeral and dealing with grief and all of the other important issues in between "e;How to Care for Aging Parents"e; is the essential guide."e;