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Should Mom be Left Alone? Should Dad Be…

Should Mom be Left Alone? Should Dad Be Driving?: Your Q & A Companion For…

by Dr. Linda Rhodes

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 045121482X, Paperback)

Here are helpful, straightforward answers to the most pressing questions caregivers have, in a book that provides:

- Information about nursing homes, at-home care, assisted living, and what to look for in finding a good hospice
- Help regarding money management, wills, insurance, and other financial issues
- Guidance on mental and physical ailments-from Alzheimer's and osteoporosis to glaucoma and diabetes
- Advice on new Medicare drug plans and online pharmacies, Social Security, and VA benefits
- Tips on taking guilt-free vacations, getting the aged to exercise, and insuring they get balanced and nutritious meals - Strategies for coping with changing family roles, budget concerns, and day-to-day stress

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:37 -0400)

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