If you’re new to caregiving or elder care and don’t know where to start, we’ve compiled a list of some top-rated books available at Amazon that will help answer your questions:
By Virginia Morris and Jennie Chin Hansen RN MSN FAAN
"The bible of eldercare”—ABC World News. “An indispensable book” —AARP. “A compassionate guide of encyclopedic proportion” —The Washington Post.
By Jacqueline Marcell and Rodman Shankle
“Elder Rage" is a Book-on-the-Month Club selection (a caregiving book first), receiving 500+ 5-Star Amazon reviews.
By Sandy Myerson
Are you prepared for a family crisis? Do you have a record of all your assets? Do you have the legal documents ready so that someone can make decisions?
By Joy Loverde
As our population shifts and ages, the care needs for our elders continue to change and evolve. Today’s generation of family and professional caregivers faces new decisions and challenges.
By Grace Lebow and Barbara Kane
For the first time, here's a common-sense guide from professionals, with more than two decades in the field, on how to smooth communications with a challenging parent. Filled with practical tips for handling contentious behaviors and sample dialogues for some of the most troubling situations.
By Rachelle Zukerman
Need help caring for an elderly loved one? This sensitive, reassuring guide provides strategies for assessing older persons' needs, arranging for care, ensuring their safety, and enhancing quality of life - all while respecting their dignity.
By Paul Hogan and Lori Hogan
A USA Today bestseller. Informative. Complete. And practical. This book will guide family caregivers through the surprisingly complex world of senior care.
By Fricker, J.D., Gcm, Buckley
Elder Care: The Road to Growing Old Is Not Paved is a first-of-its kind reference manual covering the legal, financial, housing and health care considerations of aging boomers themselves as well as issues confronting them as caregivers.
By Ann Cason and Reeve Lindbergh
My parent needs help, but refuses to consider a nursing home That's the dilemma facing millions of baby boomers today. How can we ensure responsible, compassionate, even uplifting care for our aging parents at home?
By Virginia Morris and Robert M. Butler
The best and bestselling book of its kind. Originally published in 1995, How To Care For Aging Parents, won a Books for a Better Life Award, and was praised as "an indispensable book" (AARP).