How to be a successful caregiver by learning tips and tools from an experienced nurse practitioner
A book full of pictures speaks louder than words, in any language!
This picture book is intended for all of you who are in the aging population, or who care for someone who is. It also is a powerful learning tool for health professionals including home health aides, nursing and medical students, and clinicians who have patients who need information about home care and procedures for care.
Your elderly parent has just moved in, or maybe he lives miles away and you care for him from a distance. What do we know about caring for an elderly parent as they age or if you are aging yourself? If you are a “newbie” at this, a nursing student, home health aide, or a clinician with medically time-consuming patients, this book is for you.
Nancy the Nurse Practitioner (Ann Rhodes APRN-BC) who has 40 years of experience in home care and house calls has organized all her experiences caring for the homebound in this book.
This book covers the human side of aging by allowing the caregiving experience to be more fulfilling for the caregiver and the person. It also covers all common medical problems an older person will or could experience in their later years. It is filled with over 150 pictures of procedures, medical equipment and stories so you can better understand how to be a successful caregiver. By knowing ahead of time what medical perils could happen, you could prevent unnecessary suffering, hospitalizations and medications.
This book is the answer to all your questions about caregiving!
Format: 8 x 10 Color Paperback, 364 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Feb 20, 2020)
Genre: MEDICAL / Home Care