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You & your aging parent

a family guide to emotional, social, health, and financial problems

by Barbara Silverstone

  • 181 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aging parents -- Family relationships -- United States,
  • Middle-aged persons -- Family relationships -- United States,
  • Old age assistance -- United States,
  • Older people -- Psychology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [383]-384) and index.

    Other titlesYou and your aging parent
    StatementBarbara Silverstone, Helen Kandel Hyman ; with commentary by Bob Morris and with special contributions by Kim Waller and Penny Schwartz.
    ContributionsHyman, Helen.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ1064.U5 S54 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 412 p. ;
    Number of Pages412
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18585878M
    ISBN 109780195313161
    LC Control Number2007029755

    In no situation will you be more challenged to do this than with your sisters and brothers as together you care for your aging parents and share this final transition of your first family. So be brave, be real and do your best to find a path forward with your brothers and sisters. But, if you can’t, go easy on yourself and them. Your local Area Agency on Aging (AAA) has info on living options near you. Find your AAA. 2. Genworth has teamed with AARP to offer a free online caregiver search as well as affordable access to care coordination services. 3. SNAPforseniors, a for-profit health care network, lists residential facilities. : Tina Adler.

    Taking control of Your Elderly Parents' Finances. Taking over control of your parents’ finances is complicated, but the longer you wait to become involved the harder it becomes to sort out all of their accounts and make the necessary legal steps to ensure your ability to successfully manage your parents’ money. of o results for Books: Parenting & Relationships: Aging Parents: Aging Grandmother's Journal: Memories and Keepsakes for My Grandchild Apr 4

    Discuss with your aging parent what kinds of help they think would be useful to them. Listen but then add your own judgment to devise a plan of care for them. . Your elderly parent has come to live with you. It drastically changes your life in ways you never anticipated. Maybe you gave up space and privacy. You buy different groceries and cook every day. You rearrange furniture and pick up the area rugs in an attempt .


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First published inYou and Your Aging Parent is a classic--the first book to shed light on the challenging relationship between adult children and their aging parents, illuminating the emotional, health, and financial difficulties that elderly parents and their children face during the senior by: 4.

First published inYou and Your Aging Parent is a classic--the first book to shed light on the challenging relationship between adult children and their aging parents, illuminating the emotional, health, and financial difficulties that elderly parents and their children face during the senior years.4/5.

First published inYou and Your Aging Parent is a classic--the first book to shed light on the challenging relationship between adult children and their aging parents, illuminating the emotional, health, and financial difficulties that elderly parents and their children face during the senior years.

Marking the 30th anniversary of this highly popular book, the new and revised edition. The Hour Day, sixth edition: The Hour Day: A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease, Other Dementias, and Memory Loss (A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book) by Nancy L.

Mace and Peter V. Rabins. Daly (Because of Grace) has found through experience that it’s possible to navigate the guilt, exhaustion, and frustration of dealing with aging parents with grace and fortitude that comes from depending on author considers all of the practical issues in caregiving, from mourning losses, handling medical and financial matters, and dealing with situations such as taking away car keys/5(37).

This is a must-read book for anyone with aging parents--or anyone who's getting older. The author has written an engaging account of his relinquishing his career and moving to Austin to oversee care for his parents.

A great deal of helpful information is provided about levels of care, good consultants, and agencies for every state/5(41). With expert advice from Carolyn Rosenblatt, RN and elder law attorney, with direct experience helping hundreds of families like yours, this crucial guidebook, The Family Guide to Aging Parents offers you all you need to competently handle what lies ahead, in the legal, financial, and heath care issues that come with caring for aging parents/5(9).

No fuss, no muss. And no nursing home. For those not fortunate enough to have siblings nearby or who work well together, "How To care For Aging Parents' is a very good start to understand the many plans needed to care for aging parents. This is an essential book for anyone who cares or is about to care for a parent/5().

Get the book now and follow Dale Carter’s ADAPT method to prepare you and your parent for the inevitable changes ahead.” – Debra Joy, CEO, Bcelebrated “For those entering the unchartered waters as a caregiver, “ Transitioning Your Aging Parent: A 5 Step Guide Through Crisis & Chang e” is an invaluable life raft.

Think of the book as a personal guide for helping your parent (and yourself), for finding and dealing with an appropriate home for your aging parent, and interacting with your siblings. The book details the author's personal dealings with a wide range of issues, including interacting with doctors, aides, staff members, nurses, and other support people, and learning about all the financial /5.

Lots of help in this book, if, like me, you have difficulty coping with the behaviour of an elderly parent. This is not a magic bullet, but it will help you understand why they behave they way they do, and acquire more strength to cope with your own particular by: 2.

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You get the idea. Books on Aging Parents: Exploring Amazon. In the past, this might have involved a trip to the bookstore and asking for some advice. Or even the friendly librarian. These days, Amazon is the first stop. Sure enough, the term "aging parents" leads to books in the Kindle store alone.

"In her book, "You Have to Laugh to Keep from Crying - How to Parent Your Parents," Charlotte Canion shows how our family roles change as time goes by with the children assuming the role of parent for their aging parents who are nearing the end of their lives.

Her mother's tender hands guided and supported Charlotte as a child and as an elderly. Several years ago, I wrote a book aimed at helping adult children of my generation manage the many challenges of caring for our aging parents.

Do whatever you must to get your parent involved in activities and social events that do not directly involve you. Depending on their capabilities, adult day care, book clubs, senior centers, volunteer opportunities and art classes could all be viable options for getting a loved one out of the house and focused on something other than your.

Please keep them and their intentions in your prayers. They have promised to pray for you and yours. And again this week we cordially invite you to join the Friends of St. John the Caregiver. (FSJC's programs include and ) You can find out more about becoming a member here.

If you can’t learn to set a health boundary, you will hit a brick wall and your parent’s life will indeed become your midlife crisis.

Be aware of the sadness you feel around your parent. I certainly could have used the information you share back in through when I was parenting my father. People in that situation today have you and your organization today to help with knowledge to deal with their aging parent.

Thanks for all you give back to this POP community!!!!. It helps your aging parent avoid the sense of isolation and depression that may come with living alone. By this time in life, however, you both have established ways of doing things.

Your likes, dislikes, values and personalities have evolved. No matter how close and loving your relationship may be, adding another person to the household.

Caring for an elderly parent can be rewarding, but it can also be completely overwhelming. How to Care for Aging Parents, which has been called “indispensable” by AARP and “the Bible of eldercare” by ABC World News, offers reassurance and support while tackling all the tough issues—finding help, paying for care, exploring housing."Talk to a financial planner about finances if you are caring for an aging parent on your own," says Cutler.

"You may be able to take a parent as a dependent on your tax return, if you are paying.Drawing on AARP’s deep wellspring of expertise in the topic, AARP’s Caring for Your Parents offers both sensitive counsel and a practical road map through the complex emotional terrain many of us face as our parents eye-opening book guides readers through a new, creative approach to caregiving that turns familial duty into a journey of emotional development and resolution.