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A Guide for Caregiving: What's Next?

Written by home healthcare veteran and best-selling author Tina Marrelli, this comprehensive guide assists caregivers in effectively caring for loved ones and friends. With topics including Alzheimer's disease and dementia, medication management, and end-of-life, palliative, and hospice care, this guide seeks to make healthcare understandable for caregivers who must become advocates for their friends or loved ones.

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5 Stars
Caregiving Resource

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I have known Tina Marrelli for many years and know her to be a best-selling and prolific author. I have read all her books and recommended them to many as valuable and timely resources. Her latest book “A Guide for Caregiving: What’s Next? Planning for Safety, Quality, and Compassionate Care for Your Loved One and Yourself!” is another example of a must read and recommend to many. In my day-to-day work, I am learning more and more about the “lay’ caregiver and their need for resources to continue in their vital role for the family and loved ones. The Guide gives them much needed information about the healthcare delivery system; techniques on how to care for their loved one; information on specific health problems and safety to name just a few. This is truly a recipe for success and a much-needed resource. Thank you, Tina, for once again providing a timely and valuable resource.

5 Stars
The Perfect Resource for Caregivers

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This book is empowering for caregivers and for those supporting caregivers. Finally, a resource that covers what a caregiver needs to know about all the new responsibilities of advocating and caring for an acutely or chronically ill loved one. I can see this being used by nurses to help them teach caregivers as well. Knowledgeable and competent caregivers contribute to much better outcomes. Thank you Tina Marrelli for another great resource.

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A Guide for Caregiving: What's Next?

Comprehensive Guide to Caregiving at Home

  • Ideal for any caregiver providing care or assistance to a loved one or friend
  • Focuses on administrative requirements of caregivers and information about specific health problems
  • Topics include patient advocacy, record keeping, and infection control and prevention
  • Covers various chronic conditions and end-of-life care
  • Written in a conversational, easy-to-understand manner for "lay" caregivers
  • 381 Pages
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