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When Your Parent Moves In: Every Adult Child's Guide to Living with an Aging Parent

David Horgan

So you thought you’d never have to live with Mom again? Think again. As the population ages, elderly parents everywhere are moving in with their children―and changing everything.

When Roles Reverse: A Guide to Parenting Your Parents

Jim Comer

After his father suffered a massive stroke and his mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, Jim Comer found himself an overnight “parent” at the age of 51. When he walked into his father’s hospital room everyone looked to him as the “man who knew all the answers.” He soon realized he didn’t even know the questions. In ten years of caregiving, Comer has not only learned the questions he has lived them, and with When Roles Reverse he shares his hard-won answers.

Tears In My Gumbo, The Caregiver's Recipe for Resilience

Nadine Roberts Cornish

Tears in My Gumbo, The Caregiver’s Recipe for Resilience is a heartfelt manuscript that speaks personally and passionately to the 44 million caregivers caught up in the silver tsunami sweeping this country and for all of the people who care about the caregiver. Nadine Roberts Cornish, CSA, the book shares her personal experience as a caregiver for her mother, which transformed her life as she becomes a care consultant, care manager, and caregiver coach.

The Other Talk: A Guide to Talking with Your Adult Children about the Rest of Your Life

Tim Prosch

A one-of-a-kind practical guide to making the tough decisions parents and their adult children inevitably face.

New Aging: Live Smarter Now to Live Better Forever

Matthias Hollwich

As an architect, Matthias Hollwich is devoted to finding ways in which we can shape our living spaces and communities to make aging a graceful and fulfilling aspect of our lives.

A Loving Approach to Dementia Care

Laura Wayman

Caring for someone with dementia means devotedly and patiently doing a hundred little things each day. This book offers practical, compassionate advice on overcoming caregiving obstacles and maintaining meaningful relationships with loved ones who have dementia and memory loss.

Live Long, Die Short: A Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Aging

Roger Landry

Over a decade ago, a landmark ten-year study by the MacArthur Foundation shattered the stereotypes of aging as a process of slow, genetically determined decline. That means that if we optimize our lifestyles, we can live longer and “die shorter” –compress the decline period into the very end of a fulfilling, active old age.

How to Say It to Seniors: Closing the Communication Gap with Our Elders

David Solie

Geriatric psychology expert David Solie offers help in removing the typical communication blocks many experience with the elderly.

How To Die Without Killing Your Family

Phillip Alan Ketron

This book is designed to create conversations within family’s with the hope of making death and dying less difficult for those left behind.

Grace and Grit: Insights to Real-Life Challenges of Aging for Adult Children and Their Parents

Fritzi Gros-Daillon

The challenges of moving the elderly from one home to the next are frequently faced by both generations: seniors and their adult children.

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