The number of Canadians providing or expecting to provide eldercare to a parent in need is already a staggering statistic. Baby boomers are aging and this figure is likely to grow substantially.
What should you do when your mother or father grows old? It’s the natural course of life, but so many children of aging parents are caught unprepared. When a parent’s physical or mental health begins to fail, an adult child can be left scrambling to help, balance his or her own time, and even just cope.
Caregiver’s Guide for Canadians will provide you with valuable advice to help you give good eldercare while balancing all the demands on your time. This book provides practical, realistic guidance; encouragement and insights to help you care for your elders in need.
This comprehensive guide answers the following questions and many more:
- What should you expect when caring for your elderly parents?
- Should your parents stay at home, or move to assisted living?
- Who should you ask for help when you need it – siblings, professionals?
- How do you balance caregiving responsibilities with your personal life?
Caregiver’s Guide for Canadians guides you through typical caregiving issues and includes checklists for differing areas of eldercare, so that you can better manage and ensure that you’re providing the best care possible for your loved one.
Caregiver’s Guide for Canadians is available at the following locations: