Caregiving 101 (Cannon)
Nobody is ever ready.
When her brother had a stroke, Taffy Cannon was thrust into the realm of caregiving: the medical lingo, the legal paperwork, the spiritual exhaustion. Caregiving 101 offers practical guidance from the author's own experience:
- Who's who on the medical team?
- What are the long-term care options?
- What does it all really cost?
- How does the caregiver manage ... everything ... including self-care?
With compassion and practicality, Cannon assures caregivers that they are not alone.
Praise for Caregiving 101
"This book is spectacular! It is real, it is honest, it is highly practical. I've seen a good number of books that promise help for those caring for loved ones; Caregiving 101 delivers the goods."
—Fred Grewe, author of What the Dying Have Taught Me about Living
"Suffering is a complex phenomenon. So is the experience of caring for people who are suffering. It is essential to have resources that allow us to better cope with such events and process. This book is a great contribution in this line."
—Luis Cruz-Villalobos, author and clinical psychologist
About the Author
Taffy Cannon is an established author of mysteries and novels, as well as the nonfiction guide SibCare: The Trip You Never Planned to Take. She lives with her husband in Southern California, where she gardens year-round.
Paperback: 282 pages