When Your Aging Parent Needs Care: Practical Help for This Season of Life

When Your Aging Parent Needs Care: Practical Help for This Season of Life

by Candy Arrington, Kim Atchley


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In nearly a quarter of households in the US, someone is caring for an elderly parent. Authors Candy Arrington and Kim Atchley draw from their personal experiences to speak to and support those who face the challenges of caring for a parent. With compassion and guidance, Arrington and Atchley partner with readers to help a parent with limited mobility, memory, ability, and resources draw from the wisdom of Scripture for sustenance understand the elderly parent's perspective on giving up control, illness, and aging effectively organize forms, prescriptions, care, housing, and finances find personal balance by nurturing their own health, faith, and family
What begins as a way to honor those they love becomes, for many, a confusing and stressful time. This resource of hope provides caregivers with the support and direction they need to be spiritually, physically, and emotionally prepared for what they face day by day.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780736925266
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Publication date: 09/08/2009
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 858,770
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Candy Arrington's writing provides biblical insights and practical advice, often on tough topics. Her publishing credits include hundreds of articles in periodicals such as Focus on the Family, Today's Christian Woman, Marriage Partnership, Encounter, Pray, and The Lookout, and her stories have appeared in the Chicken Soup and Cup of Comfort series. Additionally, she is coauthor of Aftershock: Help, Hope, and Healing in the Wake of Suicide. Candy and her husband, Jim, are parents of two young adults and serve as primary caregivers for Candy's mother.

Kim Atchley is a freelance writer whose articles have appeared in numerous publications including Hometown News and Prime Years for which she did a series on Hospice and on the "sandwich generation." For four years she was a columnist and feature writer for the Spartanburg Herald Journal. She and husband, Ryan, have three children. Kim was primary caregiver for both her parents during their battles with cancer.

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