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The Caregiver’s Journey

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Caring for elderly loved ones  doesn’t have to be a burden.

 It can be a profound blessing.

A Caregiver's Journey bookTodd F. Cope has spent most of his 25+ years as a Registered Nurse providing care for the elderly. Now you can learn from his experience to make the most of this precious time with your loved one.

In The Caregiver’s Journey, Todd shares ways to make difficult decisions as a family, determine when to accept help, preserve priceless memories, prevent caregiver burnout, find additional resources in your community and much more.

No matter where you are on your journey as a caregiver, this invaluable book will help you find joy in the journey and create a peaceful experience for those you love and serve. Learn More

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ISBN: 978-1462116775
128 pages, 5.5×8.5″
Paperback
Non-Fiction, Instructional

 

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Praise for The Caregiver’s Journey

As a hospice nurse with twenty years of experience, it has been a challenge to find a resource that offers a practical approach to caregiving. . . . I highly recommend this book to anyone caring for a loved one. I’m convinced you will find it informative and refreshing. Read more »

—Carma Karsten, RN, CHPN


In his new book . . . Todd Cope has provided an information-packed, concise, and readable reference for [caregivers]. I highly recommend this book to any who are involved in the care of the frail elderly. Read more »

—Bruce Chamberlain, MD, FACP, FAAHPM


As the number of people living into their eighth and ninth decade increases, so will the need for qualified caregivers grow. This book is an ideal source for information that will help prepare anyone who is or may be called upon to provide care to a loved one. “The Caregiver’s Journey” offers a solid foundation for family caregivers, regardless of where they are at along the path of caregiving. Read Entire Foreword

—Dr. Jeremy B. Yorgason, Associate Professor, Family Studies, Brigham Young University


Sprinkled with gentle humor, this brief, caring and concisely written book offers many valuable suggestions and ideas to help caregivers in finding their way on a journey that is common to everyone yet unique to each person and family.  Read Entire Article

—Rosemarie Howard, Deseret News

Todd F. Cope