In this honest portrayal of the life changes that come with caregiving, Donna Thomson and Zachary White give first-hand advice that’s tried and true. Their best takeaway is the debunking of the myth that caregiving requires training. Rather, they suggest that caregiving is innate—a talent that appears when a loved one needs help. The book shows readers how to adapt their lives as they become caregivers.
Source: Rowman & Littlefield