By Sara Honn Qualls, Steven H. Zarit
With the sector of geriatric psychological future health turning out to be swiftly within the subsequent decade because the child Boomers age, this well timed consultant brings jointly a impressive crew of overseas individuals to supply suggestions for caregivers, households, and people who information them on dealing with caregiving demanding situations for getting older relations. getting older households and Caregiving is helping psychological future health pros advisor households and different caregivers as they comply with the calls for of taking care of getting older relations and offers crucial guidance for the pros treating this special-needs inhabitants.
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Indd 21 11/21/08 10:20:27 AM 22 Functions Families Serve in Old Age In this chapter, we discuss the help Mary’s family members provide and when and why such support may be absent. At the onset, however, we provide a few caveats. Although we focus on Mary as a case of a person in need, she is something of an exception due to her advanced age. Despite accumulating health problems, most elderly adults are fairly independent until the final years of their lives. For example, Mary’s daughter, Cathy, is 70-years-old herself, and one might consider her an elder.
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Aging Families and Caregiving (Wiley Series in Clinical Geropsychology) by Sara Honn Qualls, Steven H. Zarit