Introducing the OwlCare Book Club!

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As we travel the caregiver journey, we come across authors and useful titles that need to be shared – to help transform chaos into care. We feature authors, titles, and the occasional practical caregiver tool that would be useful for families and their aging loved ones.

Books will be available for purchase either directly through our site or from Amazon or the Amazon Kindle app.

Our initial set of books are recommended reading for families helping aging loved ones age well at home.

Add these titles to your collection today!

When Your Aging Parent Needs Help

Geriatrician, Dr. Leslie Kernisan released her new book “When Your Aging Parent Needs Help: A Geriatrician’s Step-by-Step Guide to Memory Loss, Resistance, Safety Worries, & More.” Co-written with Paula Spencer Scott, this book is intended for adult children helping an older parent or aging in-laws with falls, memory changes, resistance, denial, or complex medical issues.

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Chicken Soup for the Caregiver’s Soul

Whether you’ve chosen caregiving as a profession or caregiving has chosen you, youre daily commitment and sacrifice are true testaments to the human spirit. These true, inspirational stories offer you a respite from your responsibilities, bringing uplifting and comforting insights to fill you with renewed hope, courage and strength.  By Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, et al.

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The Unexpected Jouney of Caring

The Unexpected Journey of Caring is a practical guide to finding personal meaning in the 21st-century care experience. Written by Donna Thomson, Zachary White, and with a forward from Judy Woodruff.

Informed by original caregiver research and proven advocacy strategies, this book speaks to caregiving as it unfolds, in all of its confusion, chaos, and messiness. Readers won’t find well-intentioned clichés or care stereotypes in this book. There are no promises to help caregivers return to a life they knew before caregiving. This book greets caregivers where they are in their journey—new or chronic—not where others expect (or want) them to be.

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Types, Symptoms, & Risk Factors: Dementia Guide for Patients, Families, Caregivers, & Medical Professionals 

Get the best science in everyday language in this updated first book to focus on all 19 primary dementias. Recommended for medical professionals, caregivers, and dementia families who want an overview of the 19 dementia types. The author does not recommend the book for dementia patients, but for anybody else who wants a quick but thorough dementia overview.

Written by Jerry Beller and Beller Health, and edited by John Briggs, this book includes all the information from their19 Dementia book series.

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The 36-Hour Day

The 36-Hour Day: A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease, Other Dementias, and Memory Loss has been an essential resource for families who love and care for people with Alzheimer’s disease. Whether a person has Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, he or she will face a host of problems. The 36-Hour Day will help family members and caregivers address these challenges and simultaneously cope with their own emotions and needs.

The book’s central idea is that much can be done to improve the lives of people with dementia and those caring for them. The 36-Hour Day is the definitive dementia care guide written by Ms. Nancy L Mace M.A. and Professor of Psychiatry Peter V Rabins MD MPH.

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