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Deciding What’s Next and Who In The World Cares?

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Title: Deciding What’s Next and Who In The World Cares?
Authors: Pietsch, James H.
Lee, Lenora H.
Issue Date: Oct 2014
Publisher: University of Hawai`i Elder Law Program
Citation: Pietsch, J.H. and Lenora H. Lee. Deciding What’s Next and Who In The World Cares?. University of Hawai`i Elder Law Program. 2014
Abstract: Deciding What’s Next and Who In The World Cares? will guide you in a simplified way through several areas of legal concerns affecting older persons as well as their families and those who care for them. This is the latest publication in our series of handbooks that includes, Deciding What If?, Deciding Who Cares?, and Deciding What’s Next? This new publication provides updates on laws and data current to the fall of 2014. It also addresses the various challenges caregivers face in helping elders in the home and in the community. Often the work that caregivers do is underappreciated, invisible and uncompensated. This book highlights their need for support, information, resources and solutions to be better prepared to meet those challenges and be comfortable in their role as caregivers.
Pages/Duration: 196 pages
Appears in Collections:Pietsch, James H.

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