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Aging and Vision Loss
Alberta L. Orr/Priscilla Rogers
A resource for readers who have a parent or older family member coping with the onset of age-related vision loss, or anyone who is having trouble with vision later in life.1
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All-In CaregivingChristine Klotz
A Guide For the Care of Aging Parents
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Arthritis: 300 Tips for making life easier
Shelley Peterman Schwarz
Learn how to organzie your work day, simplify household chores, conserve energy, and manage your medical needs, even in the face of a painful chronic condition.1
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Being MortalAtul GawandeMortality can be a treacherous subject. What if there are better approaches waiting to be recognized?1
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Brain and BehaviorJoseph H. Friedman, MDCoping with Parkinson's Disease1
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Checklist for Family SurvivorsSally Balch HurmeA Guide to Practical and Legal Matters When Someone You Love Dies1
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Checklist for My FamilySally Balch HurmeA guide to My History, Financial Plans and Final Wishes1
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Disrupt AginJoAnn JenkinsA Bold New Path to Living Your Best Life at Every Age1
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Dying Well: The Prospect for Growth at the End of LifeIra Byock, M.D.An Accurate, Informative book on the death-with-dignity debate and care at the end of life.1
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Family Guide to Home Care: Suggestions, Charts, Checklists and SchedulesYvonne Mart FoxWith contributions from many wonderful people who have taken care of loved ones1
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Final GiftsMaggie Callanan, Patricia KelleyUnderstanding the special awareness, needs and communications of the dying1
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Forests, Farms and FamiliesMidvale Heights Community AssociationA History of the Midvale Heights Neighborhood1
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Get the Most out of RetirementSally Balch HurmeA Checklist for Happiness, Health, Purpose, and Financial Security1
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God Knows Caregiving Can Pull You Apart
Gretchen ThompsonThis book is designed for quick reading in stolen moments, offering practical "how to" and "where to" information.1
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Home Accessibility: 300 Tips for Making Life Easier
Shelley Peterman Schwarz
Affordable solutions to make your home safer and more accessible without costly remodeling1
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How Not To Act Like A Little Old Lady
Mary McHughA humorous advice-filled book1
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How to Age in PlaceMary A. Languirand, PhD, Robert F. Bornstein, PhDPlanning for a Happy, Independent, and Financially Secure Retirement 1
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How to Care for Aging ParentsVirginia MorrisA one-stop resource for all the medical, financial, housing, emotional and proactical issues.1
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Mom, Dad… Can We Talk?Dick EdwardsInsight and Perspectives to Help Us Do What's Best for Our Aging Parents 1
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My Two ElainesMartin J. SchreiberLearning, Coping and Surviving as an Alzheimer's Caregiver6
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On the Brink of EverythingParker J. PalmerA brave and beautiful book for all who want to age reflectively1
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Once Upon A MemoryJean Alessi/Jan MillerIdeas and techniques to help readers find the treasures buried in their lives and in the lives of their ancestors1
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Second Wind: Navigating the Passage to a Slower, Deeper, and More Connected LifeDr. Bill ThomasA beautifully crafted narrative on the forces that have shaped the Baby Boom generation.2
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Share the Care: How to Organize a Group to Care for Someone Who Is Seriously IllCappy Capossela, Sheila WarnockA Sensible and loving solution is presented in this book: a unique group approach that can turn a circle of ordinary people into a powerful caregiving team.1
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The Ancient Art of Growing OldTom PayneModern, accessible and playful, this lively tour around ancient attitudes to aging reveals the true art of growing old gracefully1
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The Collection IIAttic Angel AssociationSimple and Elegant Recipes1
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The Gift of years: Growing Older GracefullyJoan ChittisterThe writer invites us to embrace older age as a natural part of life that is both active and contemplative, productive and reflective, and deeply rewarding.2
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The Gifts of Caregiving: Stories of Hardship, Hope and HealingConnie GoldmanExtraordinary conversations with family caregivers, including Dana Reeve, wife of actor Christopher Reeve1
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The Other TalkTim ProschA Guide to Talking with Your Adult Children About the Rest of Your Life1
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This Chair RocksAshton ApplewhiteThis book explains the roots of ageism-in history and in our own age denial-and how it divides and debases, much more!1
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Totally Cool GrandparentingLeslie LinsleyA Practical Handbook of Time-Tested Tips, Activities and Memorable Moments to Share - for the Modern Grandparent1
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Trends That Shape Our Lives
Robert and Carroll Heideman
Looking at what is andlooking ahead with new technologies and technological expansion.1
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Watercolors IIILee WissA picture book of beautiful watercolor art1
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We Were Children ThenStory CollectionShort stories of growing up, written by senior citizens2
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Where Did I Leave My Glasses?Martha Weinman LearThe What, When, and Why of Normal Memory Loss1
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With a Little Help from Our FriendsBeth BakerCreating Community as we Grow Older1
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Your Amazing Itty Bitty Retirement Book
Mary Helen Conroy15 Essential Tips For You, The Nealy and Newly Retired 3
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