Essential Resource Guide For Caregivers

Author: Camille S. Superson
Editor: Double Infinity Publishing
ISBN: 9780578859507
File Size: 75,34 MB
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NOW IN ITS 6th EDITION (2021) Are you a family caregiver?Are you overwhelmed and stressed trying to find the resources you need? Are you exhausted from searching the Internet, only to come up empty handed because you didn't know everything that was available to you, or where to find it? Are you tired of throwing your money away? If saving time and saving money is important to you... Then you NEED this book!And how does FREE sound? (Everybody likes FREE!!!) This updated, 2021, 6th-Edition Resource Guide is specifically directed to caregivers who don't know where to look for financial help, don't know all the options available to them, don't have the time to research websites for hours or wait on the phone in frustration, while pushing endless buttons after voice prompts go on forever and take you nowhere... If this sounds familiar... then This is the book you've been searching for!It provides information quickly and easily by identifying the programs, services, and products you need-saving both time and money-and all from the comfort of home! Many of these resources are FREE! You will discover... Unknown government, profit, and nonprofit agency resources How to easily save thousands of dollarsevery year MULTIPLE ways to actually get PAID to care for a family member or loved one-including which states actually offer PAID time off from your job or workplace in order to care for them FREE services and programs you don't even know exist, including those hard to find, and those you haven't considered Quick and easy access to information Step-by-step, easy-to-follow instructions Where to look, who to call, and what to specifically ask for Where to find FREE respite care relief when you're exhausted and need time off All this and much, much, MORE! This Resource Guide has it all covered.Many of these resources are the best kept secrets out there. You will be amazed at what you discover, and how many of these resources are actually FREE! All you need to know is where to find them. This book eliminates most of the legwork, stress, and overwhelm associated with caregiving-and allows you to concentrate on more important things-like spending quality time with those you love! So scroll up now, click the "Add to cart" button, and grab several copies today! You'll be so glad you did! Your search is over, and HELP has arrived!!! Now in its 6th Edition (2021), you will see for yourself why this is the book caregivers (including their friends and families) have been raving about-and why they are recommending it to others!

Florida Caregivers Handbook

Author: Creston Nelson-Morrill
Editor: Healthtrac Books
ISBN: 9780963816207
File Size: 47,86 MB
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Stress Free Caregiver

Author: Camille S Superson
Editor:
ISBN: 9780578467801
File Size: 80,26 MB
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Are you a family caregiver? Are you overwhelmed and stressed trying to find the resources you need? Are you exhausted from searching the Internet, only to come up empty handed because you didn't know everything that was available to you, or where to find it? Are you tired of throwing your money away? If saving time and saving money is important to you... Then you NEED this book! And how does FREE sound? (Everybody likes FREE!!!) This Resource Guide is specifically directed to caregivers who don't know where to look for financial help, don't know all the options available to them, don't have the time to research websites for hours or wait on the phone in frustration, while pushing endless buttons after voice prompts go on forever and take you nowhere... If this sounds familiar... then This is the book you've been searching for! It provides information quickly and easily by identifying the programs, services, and products you need-saving both time and money-and all from the comfort of home! Many of these resources are FREE! You will discover... Unknown government, profit, and non-profit agency resources How to easily save thousands of dollars every year MULTIPLE ways to actually get PAID to care for a family member or loved one-including which states actually offer PAID time off from your job or workplace in order to care for them FREE services and programs you don't even know exist, including those hard to find, and those you haven't considered Quick and easy access to information Step-by-step, easy-to-follow instructions Where to look, who to call, and what to specifically ask for Where to find FREE respite care relief when you're exhausted and need time off All this and much, much, MORE! This Resource Guide has it all covered. Many of these resources are the best kept secrets out there. You will be amazed at what you discover, and how many of these resources are actually FREE ! All you need to know is where to find them. This book eliminates most of the legwork, stress, and overwhelm associated with caregiving-and allows you to concentrate on more important things-like spending quality time with those you love! So scroll up now, click the "Add to cart" button, and grab several copies today! You'll be so glad you did! Your search is over, and HELP has arrived!!! Now in its 4th Edition (2019), you will see for yourself why this is the book caregivers (including their friends and families) have been raving about-and why they are recommending it to others!

Florida Caregivers Handbook

Author: Creston Nelson-Morrill
Editor: Healthtrac Books
ISBN: 9781879919990
File Size: 16,79 MB
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Essential Resource Guide For Caregivers

Author: Camille Superson
Editor:
ISBN: 9780692543320
File Size: 61,92 MB
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Are you a family caregiver? Are you overwhelmed and stressed trying to find all the resources you need?Are you exhausted from searching the Internet, only to come up empty handed because you didn't knowwhere to find what you're looking for, or what is even available? Are you tired of throwing your money away?How does FREE sound? (Everybody likes FREE!!!)If Saving Time and Saving Money is important to you... Then you NEED this book! This Resource Guide is specifically aimed at caregivers who don't know where to look for financial help; don't know all the options available to them; don't have time to search websites for hours; or wait on the phone in frustration while pushing endless buttons after voice prompts that go on forever and take you nowhere... If this sounds familiar... then This is the book you've been searching for! It provides information quickly and easily, by identifying the programs, services, and products you need-saving both time and money-and all from the comfort of home! You will instantly discover... Unknown resources from government; profit; and non-profit agencies (Independent of the Affordable Care Act/Obamacare) How to easily save thousands of dollars every year MULTIPLE ways to actually get PAID to care for a family member or loved one- including which states offer PAID time off from your job or workplace in order to care for them FREE services and programs you don't even know exist; including those hard to find, and those you haven't considered Quick and easy access to information Step-by-step, easy-to-follow instructions Where to look, who to call, and what to specifically ask for Where to find FREE respite care relief when you're exhausted and need time off All this and much, much, MORE! This Resource Guide has it all covered... Many of these resources are the best kept secrets out there. You will be amazed at what you discover and how many of these resources are actually FREE! All you need to know is where to find them.This book eliminates most of the leg work, stress, and overwhelm associated with caregiving-and allows you to concentrate on more important things-like spending quality time with those you love!So scroll up now, click the "Add to Cart" button, and grab several copies today!Your search is over, and HELP has arrived!!!Now in its Second Edition (2017), you will see for yourself why this is the book caregivers, their families, and their friends, have all been raving about-and why they are recommending it to others!

Mom Minus Dad The Essential Resource Guide For Busy Adults With A Newly Widowed Parent

Author: Jamieson Haverkampf
Editor: Blooming Women Press LLC
ISBN: 1934953202
File Size: 37,35 MB
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Mom Minus Dad is the only resource guide available with more than 500 resources for adults who lose a parent and need to assist a newly widowed parent. The book provides readers with practical advice on ten major parent loss topics along with more than 500 valuable and time-saving resources including Web sites, companies, government resources, U.S. laws, books, and nonprofit organizations to assist the approximately twelve million sons and daughters who lose a parent every year. Each section provides online and book resources and simple practical solutions to common problems - from finding affordable counseling to building new budgets for the widowed parent to managing changing family dynamics. Each chapter reveals ideas, relevant insights from the author's personal experience, questions to consider, and additional resources to find specific assistance. The author of Mom Minus Dad gleaned intimate knowledge of balancing her own life with a newly widowed parent. Ms. Haverkampf assisted her fifty-six-year-old widowed mother in Virginia, while still running her real estate business in California, after the early unpredicted loss of her father to cancer. In her groundbreaking book, Haverkampf shares how she and her sister-both in their early thirties-found success and managed struggles during their journey after their father's death. This is a reference guide grievers will refer to during the year after loss and years beyond.

Stress Free Caregiver

Author: Camille S. Superson
Editor: Biz Life Success Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 9780985158804
File Size: 54,88 MB
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A book designed to provide as many free, nearly free, or deeply discounted products, services, and programs that will be needed and used every day-by both caregivers and non-caregivers alike. It provides easy to follow, step-by-step instructions as to where to look on specific websites, the actual names of very specific programs and services personally needed and required, who to contact, and what to ask for regarding many government, non-profit, for-profit, and community-based programs, services, and products. Most people don't know many of these resources even exist.Searching for these resources can often be tricky, because the names of the programs are often quite different than what you would think to ask for-making them even more difficult to locate and find what you're looking for.You will learn where to find FREE respite care, food (not food stamps), eyeglasses, prescriptions, service animals, vehicle license plates, minor home repair services, help with chores, and so much more.You will even learn how to receive CASH for caring for a family member!No more wasting precious time and money looking for what you absolutely need.It also includes other incredible and useful tips, information, and suggestions that can be life-changing and help make your caregiving experience more stress-free.

Caring And Competent Caregivers

Author: Robert Moroney
Editor: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 9780820319513
File Size: 65,94 MB
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Chronic health conditions are the leading cause of illness, disability, and death in the United States today, affecting nearly one hundred million citizens. These conditions cost the economy more than $470 billion a year in direct medical costs, and more than $230 billion in lost productivity. While Americans pride themselves on living in a caring country, society as a whole has not fully prepared for the many challenges presented by chronic illness. This timely book illustrates the caregiving needs to be faced in the next century. Written by individuals associated with the National Quality Caregiving Coalition (NQCC) of the Rosalynn Carter Institute, Caring and Competent Caregivers is a foundation book for use by academicians conducting professional training programs, diverse health care and social service providers on the front lines providing assistance to others, and students entering the field. Incorporating philosophy, social science research, and impressionistic evidence, this book provides a basis for education and practice that is both inspirational and practical.

Caring For You Caring For Me

Author: David H. Haigler
Editor: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 9780820320434
File Size: 65,98 MB
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Caring for persons with chronic illnesses or disabilities is a rewarding endeavor, but it often places extreme demands on those providing care. Caregivers need both education and support to understand their caregiving roles and to cope with the difficult situations they face. All too often there is a chasm between professionals who are part of the formal caregiving system and family members, friends, and neighbors who provide daily care. The Caring for You, Caring for Me education and support program is a valuable tool for use in providing caregivers with education and support. The program is designed to bring formal (professional) and informal (lay/family) caregivers together to gain a better understanding of each other's perspectives on what it means to be a caregiver, with the hope that in the process both will learn to do it better. The program is based on caregiving research and the expertise of frontline caregivers. The Leader's Guide contains everything needed to conduct a ten-hour education and support program for caregivers: informational content, layouts for overhead transparencies, and suggested group activities. The companion Participant's Manual supports the presentation, providing a workbook for class activities, a suggested reading list, and a compendium of national sources of help for caregivers. Caring for You, Caring for Me was developed by the Rosalynn Carter Institute under the guidance of the West Central Georgia Caregivers' Network (CARE-NET). The Rosalynn Carter Institute was established in 1987. Its mission is to understand the process of caregiving and discover new ways to benefit both formal and informal caregivers. The Institute supports the premise that caregivers and care receivers can be served most effectively through the collaborative efforts of formal and informal caregivers, academicians, public and private services, and organizations representing caregivers and recipients of care.

The Birth Partner S Quick Reference Guide And Planner

Author: Penny Simkin
Editor: Harvard Common Press
ISBN: 1558329773
File Size: 14,43 MB
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This is a shorter version of the classic bestseller The Birth Partner, ideal for time-pressed parents, partners, and birthing professionals. It is a convenient and easy-to-use book that provides facts on the fly during the ultra-busy period before, during, and after labor and birth. An added planner keeps your plans and to-dos in one place. Generations of spouses and partners, as well as doulas, nurses, midwives, and other professionals, have relied on Penny Simkin's warm and wise guidance in caring for the new mother, from the last trimester through the early postpartum period. Her book The Birth Partner is the definitive guide to helping a woman through labor and birth, and The Birth Partner's Quick Reference Guide and Planner is a more-concise version of that book. For those who have the original book, it adds a planner component, for hospital or at-home birth plans and for other essential to-dos. It is full of reliable and up-to-date information on: Preparing for labor and for the new baby Ways to help a woman through each stage of labor and birth Pain-relief measures, including epidurals and medications as well as natural techniques Ways to induce or speed up labor Cesarean birth and complications that may require it Breastfeeding and newborn care and much more For the partner who wishes to be truly helpful in the birthing room, this is the essential book to have on hand.

The Essential Guide To Caring For Aging Parents

Author: Linda Rhodes
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101584793
File Size: 55,32 MB
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The tools and answers you need to help your parents receive the care they deserve.

Cancer Caregivers

Author: Karen Kirzner Adler
Editor:
ISBN: 9780970105851
File Size: 10,31 MB
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The Practical Caregiver S Essential Guide

Author: Sara M. Barton
Editor: Sara Barton
ISBN:
File Size: 50,29 MB
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This guide will help you to better understand your loved one’s need for care and how you can effectively provide it, while still maintaining your own good health. There are three important rules for good family care: 1. Love is never enough. You can love someone utterly and completely, but without the right tools and education, you can fail as a caregiver. 2. You have to take care of yourself in order to be able to take care of your loved one. If you fail, there will be two people who need a caregiver -- you and your loved one. 3. What you don't know or understand can hurt you and your loved one -- when you learn about what ails your loved one, you can also learn about what will make care better.

A Caregiver S Complete Guide For Safe Mobility And Independence In The Home

Author: Kevin Lockette
Editor: Kevin Lockette
ISBN: 1936401126
File Size: 41,70 MB
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The most comprehensive resource to date for caregivers.

Why Do You Need A Transition Portfolio A Resource Guide For Parents And Caregivers Of Students And Young Adults With Developmental Disabilities

Author: Dr. Teri Doolittle
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1105884066
File Size: 26,72 MB
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Do you have a teen or young adult with a developmental disability who has moderate to severe communication issues, but could benefit from job training or transition programs? Don't let them graduate to the couch! Collect, organize and summarize the information that will be needed to get into job training, schools and special programs when the student leaves the school system at age 22. This guide highlights dozens of useful online resources, many of them free, to help parents and others plan for meaningful community participation after high school. This book also suggests ways to develop positive life experiences, and discusses proactive strategies to improve the systems that serve young adults with special needs.

Creating A Rich Meaningful Life In Long Term Care

Author: Mary Ann Konarzewski
Editor:
ISBN: 9781944769826
File Size: 36,49 MB
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An essential resource guide for anyone who cares for elders. The book uplifts, surprises, and inspires, bringing hope, humor, and a new perspective on aging in long-term care.

Home Safety Checklist Guide And Caregiver Resources For Medication Safety Driving And Wandering

Author: Laura Town
Editor: Omega Press
ISBN:
File Size: 78,12 MB
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The world can be a dangerous place for a person with Alzheimer’s disease. As a caregiver, it’s up to you to minimize that danger. People with Alzheimer’s disease are prone to the same general hazards as other older adults, such as falls and errors in taking their medications properly. But these problems are compounded by the cognitive decline that inevitably accompanies the disease. People with Alzheimer’s disease are also prone to hazards particular to dementia, like wandering and sundowning, which is confusion that becomes more pronounced in the early evenings The simple checklists in this book will help you learn how to: · Prevent falls and protect against fire, chemical, gun, and other safety hazards. · Ensure your loved one takes necessary medications safely. · Protect against wandering and find your loved one if they do wander. · Assess your loved one’s ability to drive and know when it’s time to take the keys. · Watch for signs of and protect against elder abuse and suicide. Keeping your loved one with Alzheimer’s disease safe while they are still living on their own can be a challenge. This book is here to help with focused checklists to help you do everything you can to ensure your loved one’s continued safety. Safety is essential for the overall health of a person with Alzheimer’s disease. Order now and learn how to protect your loved one today.

Fire Safety Education Resource Directory

Author: Barry Leonard
Editor: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 0788173081
File Size: 26,99 MB
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This compendium of materials will be useful in building and supplementing a public education program for fire safety. Lists a wide range of programs, videotapes, booklets, manuals, pamphlets, brochures, program kits, and web sites that are available from diverse sources throughout the U.S. There are 13 categories: burn and scald prevention, CPR and first aid, electrical hazards, escape plans and drills, fire and the elderly, fire extinguishers, fire safety and the disabled, flammable fabrics, residences, residential fire inspections and home safety, fire safety programs for schools and day care programs, smoke detectors, and other programs.

Resource Guide For Commingling Ada And Non Ada Paratransit Riders

Author: Rosemary B. Gerty
Editor: Transportation Research Board
ISBN: 0309155223
File Size: 13,58 MB
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TRB's Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 143: Resource Guide for Commingling ADA and Non-ADA Paratransit Riders is designed to help public transit agencies explore whether and how to commingle Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) paratransit and non-ADA paratransit riders. The guide is designed to help practitioners define the purposes and objectives for commingling riders, identify potential capacity and funding, evaluate service compatibility, and consider primary service parameters.

The Quick Reference Guide To Sexuality Relationship Counseling

Author: Dr. Tim Clinton
Editor: Baker Books
ISBN: 0801072360
File Size: 66,39 MB
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This A-Z guide assists people-helpers--pastors, professional counselors, youth workers, and everyday believers--to easily access a full array of information to aid them in (formal and informal) counseling situations.