Books in category Family & Relationships – Aging

  • The Dollar Lunch

    The Dollar Lunch
    Marion Gage Levy

    This is a compelling story of existence, of struggles won and lost, by those survivors who have not yet given up.

  • Assessing the Driving Ability of the Elderly

    Assessing the Driving Ability of the Elderly
    Ellen D. Taira

    This much-needed book explores the extensive literature on assessing the driving ability of the elderly and provides specific guidelines for practitioners working with the well and the frail older driver.

  • Finishing Well

    Finishing Well
    Terry D. Hargrave

    First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

  • Caring for Your Aging Parents

    Caring for Your Aging Parents
    Raeann Berman, Bernard H. Shulman

    Covering health, finances, living arrangements, communication, and emotional struggles, Caring for Your Aging Parents offers caring, professional advice for the increasingly difficult decisions that caregivers face, including: Making the …

  • Physical Illness and Depression in Older Adults

    Physical Illness and Depression in Older Adults
    Gail M. Williamson, David R. Shaffer, Patricia A. Parmelee

    This is why the alarming facts of this book-that our elders often are experiencing elevatedlevelsofphysicalillnessesanddepression–grabbedmebytheproverbialthroat.

  • Inverse Projection Techniques

    Inverse Projection Techniques
    Elisabetta Barbi, Salvatore Bertino, Eugenio Sonnino

    The book offers an overview of the present state of methodological development in the field of inverse projection techniques.

  • The Art of Growing Old

    The Art of Growing Old
    Carroll Saussy

    This book shows not only how to embrace the challenges of a long life but also how to engage the possibilities of creativity and depth of soul available to those who have acquired a wealth of experience.

  • Learning to Let Go

    Learning to Let Go
    Penelope Wilcock, Pam Rhodes

    This book is written both for those preparing to enter residential care and for those (professionals, volunteers, pastors, family members and friends) who can offer support to ease the struggle of transition.

  • In Their Hearts

    In Their Hearts
    Mary Margaret Britton Yearwood

    This is the record of my sacred time in and with the spirit, wind, and breath of an Alzheimer's unit in Atlanta from August 1997 to August 1999.

  • Activities in Action

    Activities in Action
    National Association of Activity Professionals (U.S.). Convention

    Here is an invaluable resource for activities professionals specializing in geriatrics.

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