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Geriatrician Offers Comprehensive Roadmap for Helping Older Parents

BWHABook_SmallDear Readers: Recent columns have offered digital resources that can be helpful with parent care. This column is also about an invaluable resource, but fortunately, this is available in both print and electronic versions.

When Your Aging Parent Needs Help: A geriatrician’s step-by-step guide to memory loss, resistance, safety worries, and more is, in my opinion, the best practical guide for caregiving available. Written by geriatrician Leslie Kernisan, MD, and Paula Spencer Scott, using this guide should provide you with confidence that you can move forward with all aspects of parent care from effective communication with older adults in general as well as those living with dementia, through financial and end-of-life planning.

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You are so welcome, Maria! I know how hard caregiving can be so I do my best to help.
Remember to take care of yourself,

Thank for the great information you post and make available to care takers.

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