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Step by step guides to assist in managing your aging loved ones

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The Family Guide to Aging Parents

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The Boomers Guide To Aging Parents, The Complete Guide

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

The Boomer’s Guide to Aging Parents in large print, volumes one through nine, is a help for anyone who is coping with an aging parent who may be losing the ability to manage alone.

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How to Handle a Dangerous Older Driver

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

Volume 1 in this 9-part series is filled with practical, step-by-step advice about the older driver in your life who may be worrying you. It explains how to help your aging loved one with the question of whether she should give up the keys.

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How to Choose a Home Care Worker

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

Volume 2 of our series describes the best way to choose a worker to help your aging loved one at home. The consumer-oriented information will keep you from making costly mistakes in deciding whom to hire to help your elder.

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How to Understand the Pros and Cons of Assisted Living

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

Volume 3 in our series is for anyone who is thinking about moving a loved one or going to an assisted living facility. It clears up some common misconceptions, and helps you, the consumer know what you can and can’t expect from assisted living.

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How to Choose a Nursing Home

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

Volume 4 in the series helps anyone who is struggling with the decision to place an elder in a nursing home. Besides giving consumer guidance on how to find out the strengths and weaknesses of a nursing home, it provides tips on keeping your elder safe.

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How to Find and Use a Care Manager

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

Volume 5 of our series explains an important resource for those who need a little help with an aging loved one, or a lot of help. You will learn how professional geriatric care managers can be a stress reliever for families, and how they can be your eyes.

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How to Handle Money for Aging Loved Ones

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

Volume 6 of this series gives any person responsible for handling money for an aging loved one solid tips on how to do the job correctly and legally. Don’t know what to do with a power of attorney for finances?

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How to Handle Family Conflicts about Elders

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

Volume 7 of our series provides helpful information to families who are having disagreements about their aging loved ones. Few things can be more stressful, and many siblings and other relatives get stuck in their disputes.

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How to find a Good Lawyer for Mom or Dad

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

Volume 8 of our series is for those who are trying to help aging parents update the estate plan, as well as find a lawyer when something has gone wrong in the health care system or with insurance companies.

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How to Stand Up for Your Elder in the Health Care System

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

Volume 9 of this series helps you learn how to be an advocate for your aging loved one when you are dealing with the health care system.

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Working With Aging Clients

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney

Answers to Your Legal, Financial and Healthcare Questions
If you don’t have anyone trustworthy to explain your rights and duties to you in a simple, easy to understand way, this book is for you. If are worried about family fights about care of aging parents, money and sharing the burden, the valuable information contained in this book is required for anyone who wants to free themselves from these stresses.

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Succeed With Senior Clients

A Financial Advisor’s Guide To Best Practices
Most financial professionals like you know that there may be issues with your aging clients: diminished capacity, trouble with memory and the like. But do you know what to DO about them? Do you ever get an uneasy feeling that you don’t know exactly what to document or where to draw the line with them?  Now you have answers! This breakthrough, practical book will save you time and give you a clear direction with every age-impaired client.f you think these things don’t apply to YOU right now, remember that 10,000 people a day are turning 70!  We’re living longer than ever and with aging comes age-related risks, loss of independence and sometimes dementia

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Hidden Truths About Retirement & Long Term Care

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

First of its kind! This book reveals the truths your clients need to know about the real cost of care in their retirement years. You have aging clients now and their numbers will rise over time. This goes deeper into the risks of needing care, and the myth that Medicare of Medicaid will take care of what most people need as they age. Written by aging experts Carolyn Rosenblatt, RN, Elder law attorney and Dr. Mikol Davis, geriatric psychologist, it offers you a wealth of knowledge you will not find from within your own industry. If you, the financial professional want to add value to what you offer clients and to distinguish yourself from robo advisors, you need to be well informed with the facts any retired person must have.

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