Aging & Health A to Z
Coronary Artery Disease, Angina
Caregiving How To's
Caring for an older person at home requires a team of people with different skills and perspectives. Doctors, nurses, social workers, and clergy all make important, specialized contributions, but family members or friends give the day-to-day care.
Taking care of a family member who is recovering from surgery or an illness can be very demanding for both the caregiver and the person who receives care.
Eldercare at Home covers over 25 topics, giving guidance and providing clear, practical instructions for dealing with common caregiving problems.