Woodslane

Managing Your Ageing Parent’s Care revised edition

$43.95 inc GST $39.95 ex GST

Today, more than two million Australians are over 70 years of age; by the year 2050 seniors are likely to make up almost 30 percent of the population. The implications of this are not just political; they are very personal. At some stage in life, most of us will help an elderly friend, parent, partner, relative or spouse make important decisions about their health and wellbeing, housing, care, finances, legal affairs and end of life care.

This new book has been written for any Australian who loves and cares for an elderly parent or other person, anyone responsible for an elderly persons wellbeing, or who simply wants to prepare for their own future. It includes practical strategies for assessing older peoples needs;

dealing with family dynamics;

finding home help;

preventing falls and other accidents;

moving into an aged care home;

managing financial and legal affairs;

and getting the best possible medical and end-of-life care.

SKU: 020221 - 12 Categories: , , Ages: Adult Author: Kate Sumner Publisher: Woodslane Press Page count: 346 Publish date: 41122 Language: English

Product overview

Today, more than two million Australians are over 70 years of age; by the year 2050 seniors are likely to make up almost 30 percent of the population. The implications of this are not just political; they are very personal. At some stage in life, most of us will help an elderly friend, parent, partner, relative or spouse make important decisions about their health and wellbeing, housing, care, finances, legal affairs and end of life care.

This new book has been written for any Australian who loves and cares for an elderly parent or other person, anyone responsible for an elderly persons wellbeing, or who simply wants to prepare for their own future. It includes practical strategies for assessing older peoples needs;

dealing with family dynamics;

finding home help;

preventing falls and other accidents;

moving into an aged care home;

managing financial and legal affairs;

and getting the best possible medical and end-of-life care.