Friday, May 13, 2016

Introducing Elder Care Guide by Joan Y. Edwards

Today I wish to promote a book by Author, Joan Y. Edwards that I think is needed by lots of my viewers. It's called Joan's Elder Care Guide Today is release day.

Joan's Elder Care Guide: Empowering You and Your Elder to Survive by Joan Y.


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Joan's Elder Care Guide: Empowering You and Your Elder to Survive< /em> gives you, the caregiver,
ways to meet your physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social needs and those of your elder to
promote healing, well-being, and survival. Based on the author's research and fourteen years of
experience caring for her mother, this book provides many resources to find the right place for your
elder to live, explains ways to improve communication to help find solutions to problems, and gives
organization ideas for medical, financial, insurance, and legal documents.
It offers ways for a caregiver
to get time away from caregiving responsibilities and contains information substitute caregivers must
have to keep their elders safe. Along with all this, the book explains the signs of the end of life, ways to
celebrate an elder's life, and gives duties of an executor of an estate. It also
includes ten useful charts to
assist in assessing and recording an elder's needs and capabilities.

What People Are Saying:

"There are several charts in the appendix for the reader to utilize by filling
in related information,
making it a truly useful, everyday tool for everything from organizational
tips to emergency needs that
will slide right into a purse or overnight bag. Certainly not one of those books you half-read then sit on a
shelf to collect dust."
"It provides links to online
applications and phone numbers, ideas and resources as a starting place to brainstorm easy, meaningful
ways to assist you in maintaining your elder’s health and your own...
I wish that I had known of it
when I was a caregiver. I know that I would have been prepared for everything and possibly paid for it
too! If you have a family member who needs your help, don't hesitate to
buy this book. It is a valuable
tool for every family, organization, or caregiver.

"This book is a no-frills, very well-researc hed self-help guide on how to help. The language is simple, saying what Joan wants to say and no more...What is particularly impressive is the logical, step by step way Joan analyzes each problem, so that without talking down to the reader, she presents a guide even a kid could understand and follow...I have worked both as a psychotherapist and as a nurse in nursing homes. My wife cared for her mother for many years, with me on the sidelines. From this personal experience, I can recommend Joan’s Elder Care Guide as accurate, helpful and even inspiring."

Official Video Trailer for Joan's Elder Care Guide Joan's Elder Care Guide

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    Thanks for giving us this information, Joan. Though I haven't as yet read the book, it does sound like a valuable resource


Joan Y. Edwards said...

Dear Janet,
Thank you for sharing Joan's Elder Care Guide on your wonderful blog! I appreciate it very much. I hope imy book helps many caregivers remember to take care of themselves as well as their elders.

Celebrate you and all you do to help others.
Never Give Up

Unknown said...

I really believe it will. I was happy to tell others about it. It's a great resource for ones caring for elderly or handicapped.

Gail Kittleson said...

Joan, this sounds like a book that needed to be written - blessings and success to you in marketing.

Joan Y. Edwards said...

Dear Janet,
Thank you for believing in me and Joan's Elder Care Guide and helping others learn about it.

Do something fun to celebrate you!

Never Give Up

Joan Y. Edwards said...

Dear Gail Kittleson,
Thank you for reading Janet's post and for saying that my book sounds like a book that needed to be written. How sweet! Thank you for your blessings and wishes of success to me in marketing!

Celebrate you and your kind ways of encouraging others,
Never Give Up
Joan Y. Edwards

Unknown said...

You're right, Gail. It's a much-needed book. Oh, Joan, I was glad to do it. We 4RV Publishers need to stick together. I'll celebrate later. Gotta write today.

Linda A. said...

Thanks, Janet and congratulations, Joan. Such a worthwhile topic and a needed one too!

Unknown said...

Thanks for checking, Linda. I so agree.

Joan Y. Edwards said...

Dear Linda, thanks for writing. I am glad you believe Elder Care is a worthwhile and needed topic. May God bless you in your care of those you love.

Never Give Up
Joan Y. Edwards