PRLog - Aug. 15, 2012 - FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Aging is a natural occurrence, so why not be prepared? We have all heard stories about aging; imagine if the lessons learned by others were to be compiled into one place to help you and your family avoid dreaded mishaps? And imagine if you had access to over fifty professionals to get your questions answered? More than that, imagine if you had a list of resources spanning more than 20 pages with just about anything you could possibly need to help you care for your aging family members and yourself?
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OMG! My Parents are Getting OLD! Is the perfect resource to help you cope with the inevitable and how to overcome some of the more difficult challenges aging brings. With each page, you can grasp a better understanding of preparing for elder years and caring for aging family members. Comforted by having needed information at your fingertips, this book will ease the anxiety and stress of suddenly becoming a caregiver to your parents.
Aging is a part of life, and sometimes it can be a difficult experience for an individual. However, if you are prepared for this time and have accepted what needs to be done for yourself and your loved ones, the experience will be less nightmarish.
There are many reasons why so many people avoid planning ahead—just the thought of getting old is almost inconceivable and the thought of death is heartbreaking, but it’s something we all must deal with, one way or another. Caring for the elderly goes far beyond just helping someone with their daily lives. We are faced with homecare, health services, finances, legal issues and much more. Having a guide with both professional information, and advice from those who have been through it, can help you through this rough patch of life.
Prepare sooner than later by advance ordering your copy of OMG! My Parents Are Getting OLD! The pages are filled with stories and lessons from more than 60 family caregivers and over 50 professionals. The process can be overwhelming, but you are not alone. This book is important, not only for you, but your family and friends as well. It will help you plan ahead and forge ahead when necessary. If your parents are no longer around, get a copy for yourself and for each of your children. No kids? Get it for your nieces and nephews. Be sure that you will be prepared for your elder years and your loved ones will have the knowledge necessary to really be there for you.