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'Elder Rage, or Take My Father...Please! How to Survive Caring for Aging Parents' Also Audio Book
Bestselling Book, “Elder Rage, or Take My Father… Please! How To Survive Caring For Aging Parents”, Recorded By Author, Jacqueline Marcell, Available as Audio Book at Amazon and Audible Books.
This Book-of-the Month Club selection has received 50+ professional endorsements, 300+ Five-Star Amazon reviews, is required reading at numerous universities for courses in geriatric assessment and management, and considered for a film. Includes extensive chapter by renowned dementia specialist, Rodman Shankle, MD, on treating agression in dementia.
"I thought I knew Jacqueline until I read her book. Wow, what a story!" -Regis Philbin
"It's like fiction, or a made-for-TV movie, filled with despair and deception, then resolution and redemption--leavened by doses of humor." -AARP BULLETIN Cover Story
"Jacqueline's story and style of writing will surely grab a large readership."
First time author and self-publisher, Jacqueline Marcell, barely survived as a caregiver to her (once-adoring)
Passion to save others (especially from getting so frustrated they commit elder abuse) compelled Marcell to write her first book (written with humor to make a tough subject palatable), launch the popular ‘Coping with Caregiving’ Internet radio show to help caregivers worldwide, and become an international speaker on Alzheimer's and eldercare awareness and reform.
Marcell has been featured in key media including TODAY, CNN, PBS Alzheimer’s Documentary, AARP Bulletin cover story, Woman’s Day, Prevention, and interviewed on hundreds of radio and television programs. She has also spoken at hundreds of events including the California Governor’s Conference, National Security Agency (closed-circuit to 36,000 worldwide), National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, and Florida House of Representatives.
Marcell received a Media Award from the National Adult Day Services Association—
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